Port XBMC for Linux to run on the ASUS O!Play (O'Play / OPlay) media player hardware? - Printable Version
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- kothvandir - 2010-12-24 16:49
I'm trying to change the "/" to let write on it, and follow the optware installation instructions:
mount / -o remount,rw
It doesn't give my any error, but when I try to create a dir:
/ # mkdir opt
I get this:
mkdir: Cannot create directory `opt': Operation not permitted
O play to access online HDD´s like windows live ore livedrive - azmandius2000 - 2011-01-23 13:06
at first, my respekt to all in here. you do a good job to support.
I read this thread up and down, wondering what i´m able to do with my o play. But, as long there is no chance to get XBMC running on it, i wonder, if i can get access to online HDD´s like windows live ore livedrive like XBMC does. got my stuff in the clouds on livedrive, streaming it with XBMC on different divices in the house.
is it possible, that the O Play can get acces to my livedrive, via ftp, and do the same as XBMC?
please excuse my bad english, not native english speaker.
RE: - web_ustaad - 2012-09-18 21:36
Below method to get some space is not working I've Asus O!Play HD2 version 2.05
(2009-10-11 15:36)Koenradus Wrote:CrashX Wrote:Looks like you are getting 45 MBytes/s on your network ( I presume you are testing from a network drive )
RE: Port XBMC for Linux to run on the ASUS... - Krankdroid - 2013-04-29 17:43
so how is this development looking?
i got a deal on a ASUS O!Play Air HDP-R3 ..
What are the chances i can run XBMC on it ?
RE: Port XBMC for Linux to run on the ASUS... - Starstream - 2013-05-01 10:28
(2013-04-29 17:43)Krankdroid Wrote: so how is this development looking?
Hardware was never capable of running XBMC in the first place. Realteks 1073 chip didn't even have a GPU which is something XBMC requires.
If you want a low cost XBMC set top box go take a look at the Pivos XIOS DS which is exactly that.