[WINDOWS] Automatic Update Client for XBMC - Printable Version
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- deepblue - 2009-08-27 03:55
I just wanted to post and tell you guys how awesome this app is - I am continually blown away by the smart and inventive people involved with XBMC. Amazing work.
- Ram2000 - 2009-08-29 20:30
deepblue Wrote:I just wanted to post and tell you guys how awesome this app is - I am continually blown away by the smart and inventive people involved with XBMC. Amazing work.+1
- user321 - 2009-09-01 13:37
Thankyou so much for this program! It has made life a million times easier for those of us not fluent with svn download tools!
- AzzX - 2009-09-02 03:02
Great work guys. A great windows app.
Very much appreciated.
- kay.one - 2009-09-02 04:40
I really appreciate all your feedback, I haven't been able to put alot of time on the app recently, mostly due to work and Shadow complex.
hopefully that will change soon and i'll get to spend a little more time on the app.
- NotShorty - 2009-09-02 06:15
Hey, greatly appreciated!
I had an error when first running it (no additional info given), but the second time I "ran as administrator..." in my Vista x64 system and it ran fine. May want to edit the first post to include this if this is a known issue, otherwise very cool and thank you for your work!
- kay.one - 2009-09-02 07:02
NotShorty Wrote:Hey, greatly appreciated!
its posted on the website, i'll add it to the first post as well
Quote:Windows Vista Users: if you have XBMC installed in C:\Program Files\ or other system protected folders, in order for XBMCUpdate to be able to update those forlder it would need to be started with with Administrator previlages. To start XBMCUpdate under Administrator privileges manually, right click on XBMCUpdate icon and click on "Run as Administrator". If you have XBMCUpdate setup in windows scheduler, make sure you have the option "Run with highest privileges checked".
- NotShorty - 2009-09-03 01:00
kay.one Wrote:its posted on the website, i'll add it to the first post as well
Ah yes, I knew I had seen that somewhere! It had been a few days between downloading it and having the time to play with it so I had forgotten. Thanks again for a great app!
- kricker - 2009-09-08 17:32
New auto update path for directx builds:
If you want to use the experimental directx builds with the auto updater, change the relaseURL in the settings tab to the above url.
- nekrosoft13 - 2009-09-08 19:14
directx builds? when did that happen? does that mean hardware acceleration?