[RELEASE] NVIDIA ION optimized XBMC Live 9.11 Live CD / Live USB version - Printable Version
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- batrad - 2010-02-05 23:54
Icefeldt Wrote:ernham's release changes are perfect.
- mross22 - 2010-02-06 00:25
mross22 Wrote:Asrock Ion Pro
I figured out one problem - it's the previously described [ubuntu-boot-experience] nForce2_smbus conflict bug:
I still am trying to determine if my CPU is working harder than it should. Anyone running at about 30% use while at rest in medistream skin?
Thanks again for this fantastic software - upgrading to v11 tonight!
- cowfodder - 2010-02-06 01:13
X3lectric Wrote:well apparently all that is installed like transmission, snanzb, and other stuff is to help n00bs like you get a out of the box experience thats what erhanm said to me a few posts back... http://forum.xbmc.org/showpost.php?p=499540&postcount=391
We get it, you don't care for this release, there's no need to be a dick about it. Instead of calling people who are only interested in getting a good set-top box setup lazy, why don't you make your own release? As far as removing the extras, apt-get remove works wonders. This release has almost everything I'm looking for, so I'm very appreciative of ernham's work. Now, if only there was a blu-ray ripping script to go along with the playback, this would be perfect.
- TxDot - 2010-02-06 02:57
X3lectric Wrote:well apparently all that is installed like transmission, snanzb, and other stuff is to help n00bs like you get a out of the box experience thats what erhanm said to me a few posts back... http://forum.xbmc.org/showpost.php?p=499540&postcount=391My reason for asking is from a security perspective. I don't want ports open that don't need to be. I don't download stuff from bittorrent sites so I reckon I can stop/remove the service.
Install to Hard-Drive from USB Stick? - Bahndit - 2010-02-06 04:00
I have done my best to search around and solve this problem on my own but I can't seem to find the answer that I am looking for. I would like to know if it is possible to to install XBMCLive (specifically ernham's optimized version) to an internal Hard-Drive from a USB Stick with the Live image on it.
Let me specify: I am not trying to install to a USB drive.
I am just tired of burning CD's and I would like to perform an install from a USB stick rather than a CD.
Using unetbootin or some other tool like it I have successfully installed the CD image onto a USB stick and successfully booted from it. However when I select the install option the installer gets hung up on trying to mount the CD drive. Any thoughts?
As usual thank you, everyone, for your time and help.
- coupas - 2010-02-06 04:48
If you are using this release:
It defaults to Cd install after some seconds in the beginning. You need to change it to install to HD.. I think it was: "Install Live to Hard Drive" or something similiar.
The default option will try and find a cd rom.
- saratoga - 2010-02-06 04:50
TxDot Wrote:My reason for asking is from a security perspective. I don't want ports open that don't need to be. I don't download stuff from bittorrent sites so I reckon I can stop/remove the service.
If you're going to directly expose all the ports on your XBMC box, and you care about the security of your XBMC box, you should probably not use an ISO someone else configured for you.
Instead I would either buy a router so that ports can be safely opened or else setup your own box taking the necessary precautions.
- rob_b - 2010-02-06 04:56
This is a weird question, but does anyone know how to turn off the browser service on Ubuntu? I'm using a WDTV in another room and everytime I reboot the XBMC box, the damn WDTV loses it's connection with the shares on a totally separate server. This happened with one of my other PC's and when I disable the computer browser service on it, it fixed things. What is the equivalent service on Ubuntu. I'm assuming it's a line on the smb.conf file. The following is what it says. Do I need to add the OS level line and make it "0"? Thanks for any suggestions.
preferred master = no
local master = no
domain master = no
client lanman auth = yes
lanman auth = yes
name resolve order = bcast host
workgroup = WORKGROUP
- beklyn - 2010-02-06 14:41
Is Tvheadend just disabled ? I need it and i´m not sure how to install it
- erhnam - 2010-02-06 16:25
beklyn Wrote:Is Tvheadend just disabled ? I need it and i´m not sure how to install it
I'm not sure but the tvheadend isn't part of the official 9.11 xbmc release. I only removed some referentials from the SDK package.