Since I have now moved to my final location I am now settin the Core/hybrid up as it should be.Basically that meant from previous config that I needed to move the adsl wlan router into the internal, turn off dhcp(dhcp was turned on in the core prev as well but I designed the net so it would be possible) and thats it.
Anyhow the only thing I have done or basically the changes that I have done is:
* Move the router to internal(dchp off in router etc etc)
* change video res to 720p 60hz VGA (to support my monitor) and checked that all is ok
* Change video res to 720 60hz HDMI, to check if projector likes it it did so I stayed there..
NOTE: I do not have external working internet yet.. (due to my isp being somewhat slow)
Everything was fine though until I decided that I wanted to control my LMCE with the Nokia 810.
So, I did as before(except for the workarounds in the fw) followed the manual on how to add it and since it did not want to work I remember having to restart the system for it to be functioning the last time eventhough I resetted it after full regen.
Then the problem started.. Now for some reason I am stuck with an orbiter screen on what is supposed to show the ordinary onscreen orbiter, you follow?
So, I deleted all the other mobile orbiters from the orbiter page and also deleted the 810 orbiter.
Reboot (several times as last desperat action of each step)
went in to the onscreen orbiter Advanced page and clicked "save" on it to get the config settled again
reset of the onscreen device
rollback to old config as last action but it didn't help (thought the backup backed up lmce config as well)
Somewhere something has gone wrong(because of me doing something most probarbly) and is stuck.. I have seen this happening before and I then solved it by simply deleting the device added and then, voila! .. But not this time.
Where should I look? I have tried to find any useful hint in the wiki but ended up having to post this anyway..
I don't want to(and haven't) changed anything in the onscreen orbiter config since it's really created by the system and was working before..
Is it so that due to not having "internet" connection, the LMCE behaves likes this?
Help, please.. I am clueless.