[RELEASE] NVIDIA ION optimized XBMC Live 9.11 Live CD / Live USB version - Printable Version
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- erhnam - 2010-02-01 10:42
Check this thread for the perfect xorg.conf configuration: http://www.xbmc.org/forum/showthread.php?t=63228
- osirisjem - 2010-02-01 12:44
jonn Wrote:So if yours takes 37 seconds, getting a 7200 rpm drive should shave a few seconds off that?
or get an SSD drive and shave off alot !
- osirisjem - 2010-02-01 13:12
Any tips on getting my ASrock remote working ?
Nothing works at all.
Should this be followed ?
These instructions don't apply
- erhnam - 2010-02-01 14:36
I created two new livecd's built against svn:
The latest one also includes the broadcom crystal hd drivers!
- Icefeldt - 2010-02-01 20:50
So these are just "Live CDs which are with latest XBMC version?"
Or are these LiveCDs also ION optimized?
- The Spirit - 2010-02-01 21:08
i tried this. but my version still shows the same version number and compiled on december 24th 2009.
what have i done wrong?
- Scott R - 2010-02-02 01:27
Hello. I installed this version and am trying to solve some choppy video playback issues on my Revo 1600. I was going to mess around with the xorg.conf file, but I don't seem to have one in my /etc/X11/ directory. What am I missing?
- erhnam - 2010-02-02 09:51
The Spirit Wrote:i tried this. but my version still shows the same version number and compiled on december 24th 2009.
That's correct. The xbmc version isn't upgraded. Only the pieces around it.
- Starstream - 2010-02-02 12:08
erhnam great work on this custom build.
I have a suggestion though you may have kept this out for reasons I'm not aware off anyhow the method to enable 24Hz support whereby you add Option "DynamicTwinView" "false" to the screen subsection of xorg.conf is that possible to include out of the box so to speak.
Not only does it enable 1080p@24Hz but it also opens up other resolutions that are otherwise not detected, for example my TV under XBMC Live defaults to 1080p@50Hz but with the fix I can use 1080p@60Hz or 1080p@24Hz. There are officially supported by the TV and other devices detect these resolutions but for some reason XBMC doesn't.
Its possible my TVs are just a special case but I had to do this for a Panasonic Plasma and Philips LCD.
- erhnam - 2010-02-02 12:16
Starstream Wrote:erhnam great work on this custom build.
Yes, my next version will include a customized xorg.conf