[LINUX] ASRock IONSTAR 330 (NVIDIA ION) with XBMC for Linux performance and setup? - Printable Version
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- Scruffie - 2009-06-25 12:29
Starstream Wrote:medicineuk - yeah the solution is post number 2
I'm close to buying one of these too. Was a bit worried about the fan noise, i read in another post somewhere that it was as loud as an xbox360 which really put me off. Surely this inst the case even on auto fan?
Does xbmc live support wake on usb (for use with an ir remote) or is that juat a system function independent of the OS?
Is there any problem dual booting xbmc live and windows xp\7?
- Hannes The Hun - 2009-06-25 12:36
did you already try this fix for HDMI audio: http://forum.xbmc.org/showpost.php?p=356243&postcount=59
- Hannes The Hun - 2009-06-25 12:38
it's plughw:0,3 or just plug:0,3
- fdrzrich - 2009-06-25 12:44
Scruffie Wrote:Does xbmc live support wake on usb (for use with an ir remote) or is that juat a system function independent of the OS?
According to this is does...I've been trying to find out too before buying today!
- Starstream - 2009-06-25 12:51
Scruffie Wrote:I'm close to buying one of these too. Was a bit worried about the fan noise, i read in another post somewhere that it was as loud as an xbox360 which really put me off. Surely this inst the case even on auto fan?
The unit is quiet with the latest bios update installed*.
XBMC Live supports wake on USB and the Asrock Ion 330 supports wake on USB, I use the Microsoft MCE IR USB receiver + remote and it works perfectly.
Tip In XBMC go into Settings->System->Shutdown and change shutdown action to suspend so the power button on the remote puts it to sleep.
As for dual booting I do not know but I think its possible someone else more knowledgeable can hopefully fill in the details.
* The original 1.0 bios had one of the fans making an odd noise that bothered some it was not as loud as an Xbox 360 but not as quiet as a PS3, with the new bios update personally I'd say its now closer to the PS3 in terms of noise output (mine is sitting in an AV speaker stand so its not sitting out in the open).
- checco10 - 2009-06-25 13:29
checco10 Wrote:ok naw i install the older version 9.04.1 without new nvidia drivers, i hope that
for installing the older version 9.04.01, i have to do the same laike the new version,
i burn the iso image, i change in the bios boot with cdrom and i install xbmclive on the hard disk asrock330....or i have to do some different installation?
- Hannes The Hun - 2009-06-25 13:30
sounds right to me
- hackyli - 2009-06-25 13:48
Thanks. That's it.
I got HDMI Sound
- DarthV - 2009-06-25 14:07
I still can't get 1080p/24 to work, but I haven't had a whole lot of time to work on it. I'd imagine I just need to work on some modelines. Right now if I add the Option "DynamicTwinView" "false" in the X config, it doesn't switch resolution. It literally squishes the screen
white mouse arrow on resume - Kryspy - 2009-06-25 15:13
I too have the ASrock ION 330 and it is a little quiter than my 80 GB PS3 was.
Problem I have is that when coming back from suspend there is a white mouse arrow in the middle of the screen as if XBMC isn't on top.
If I close XBMC and restart it all is fixed. Any solution to this
I tried the XBMClive fix but I get a error on startup about the xorg.conf and have to reload the default.