[RELEASE] NVIDIA ION optimized XBMC Live 9.11 Live CD / Live USB version - Printable Version
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- erhnam - 2010-01-27 10:14
matsui Wrote:the current update you posted on your website http://www.xbmcfreak.nl/en/ has the latest release of alaska, but the version of xbmc is to old for it to work correctly. I will upgrade xbmc to svn myself, just pointing it out for you and others that are going to try it.
Version 10 is on it's way with the latest version of alaska (from git)
jlazkano Wrote:1. How can I take screenshoots on this LiveCD?
jlazkano Wrote:2. Is possible to monitorize the CPU, GPU and disk temperatures? Something like cacti.
Yeah sure. Sudo apt-get install cacti
jlazkano Wrote:3. How can I configure the audio? It works with ALSA or PulseAudio?
Version 10 will have triple audio output. Hdmi, optical and analog will do audio at the same time!
jlazkano Wrote:4. What more software I have installed? I just try Transmission.
Check the second post from this thread for a full list or visit the website: http://www.xbmcfreak.nl/
Icefeldt Wrote:I have absolutely no problems with HDMI.
Same here. That's why I won't be adding the 185.xx drivers. If you want to have the 185.xx drivers installed you should grab my code from http://github.com/xbmcfreak/xbmcfreak and compile it yourself. Another solution is to just wait till 195.xx final will be released.
- jlazkano - 2010-01-27 12:45
Thank you very much for your reply. I will install cacti to monitorize the temperature.
I have v8 installed. I want to have audio on same time in optical and analog. I use the HDMI just for image, not to audio.
Is possible to configure my audio on v8? Whicj files I must config?
Thanks for all!!
- salata - 2010-01-27 14:34
erhnam Wrote:Asrock remote doesn't work since the driver's quality is very bad. This doesn't allow me to package it within a livecd. Only MS compatible remotes are supported.
Ernham, did you test latest driver from Asrock webpage? I just saw that they released (15 JAN) new linux CIR drivers. Can you test it and eventaually include in v10?
- Shank - 2010-01-27 14:35
New problem found. When I try to play a Mp3 i get "Audio Device failed to initialize" and then no sound.
Asrock330HT, HDMI to Reciever. Version 9 of the Live disc.
- erhnam - 2010-01-27 14:41
salata Wrote:Ernham, did you tested latest driver from Asrock webpage? I just saw that they released (15 JAN) new linux CIR drivers. Can you test it and eventaually include in v10?
Could you pass me the link? I just looked on the website but v1.0.1 is still listed there.
- Shank - 2010-01-27 14:41
By the way, Anyone else having issues with the Blu-ray script?
Still get the up to 100% then pop-up close and nothing more
- erhnam - 2010-01-27 14:42
Shank Wrote:By the way, Anyone else having issues with the Blu-ray script?
- Shank - 2010-01-27 14:51
erhnam Wrote:Which version?
- Icefeldt - 2010-01-27 15:23
Shank Wrote:New problem found. When I try to play a Mp3 i get "Audio Device failed to initialize" and then no sound.
Go to System - Audio Hardware and change your audio device from:
alsa:plug:both ---> hdmi
dualboot cd - mross22 - 2010-01-27 15:24
Does the dualboot boxer/xbmc cd always contain the latest xbmc build?