Help with setting up and running Elan's Precompiled XBMC - Printable Version
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- gurkburk - 2008-01-30 21:22
Sorry about that, the correct picture path are http://www.geting.se/viewimage.php?image=82912-Picture%201.png
- gurkburk - 2008-01-30 22:33
Alright, some progress my .profile looks like this now
Quote:export XBMC_HOME=/Users/emilsvensson/Desktop/XBMC/and I have removed it and made a restart and put it back again and restart but no progress
Same problem as redkawa206.
- Dudeman - 2008-01-31 01:14
gurkburk Wrote:Alright, some progress my .profile looks like this now and I have removed it and made a restart and put it back again and restart but no progress
I think the problem is the last "/". Remove it, there should be no slash at the end of your path.
- dts27 - 2008-01-31 09:27
rokawa206 Wrote:well when i type in env i dont see xbmc. also im not sure when this happend but everytime i open terminal i get this at the top:
Make sure your .profile is in plain text. It appears your .profile may be in RTF (RichText Format).
- dts27 - 2008-01-31 09:30
I have followed the instructions and can get XBMC to run, but it runs in 1920x1080 and all I get is a grey box; even after a reboot.
How can I get it to run in 1280x720 window?
My system is MacBook Pro 2.16GHz w/ ATI x1600
screen resolution = 1440 x 900
- dts27 - 2008-01-31 09:36
Nevermind, I figured it out. I had my XBMC_HOME set incorrectly.
- gurkburk - 2008-01-31 09:40
Dudeman: The / will be removed
dts27: I also have it in rtf, I will try with txt directly when I'm home from work, but I think this might solve the problem
- hught78 - 2008-02-10 08:53
you need leopard for this? lame
- stickman - 2008-02-10 12:50
hught78 Wrote:you need leopard for this? lame
Good answer, that's what I call to make friends.
Obviously, there has to be a powerful reason why Leopard is required, probably something with the video drivers. Remember that this application isn't native, but a port from a port, so you can't ask for miracles.
You should be thanking Elan for the great work he has done, not just dismissing it with a "lame" comment.