[RELEASE] NVIDIA ION optimized XBMC Live 9.11 Live CD / Live USB version - Printable Version
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- Vladimir - 2010-06-05 11:05
To me it is necessary Live CD version. I now use XBMCFreak v.14 r26018( karmic 9.10). How to update this version to lucid ?
Here http://xbmc.org/download/ Live CD http://sourceforge.net/projects/xbmc/files/XBMC%20Live/Camelot%20-%209.11/xbmc-9.11-live-repack.zip/download - ---- this Ubuntu 10.04 mini+XBMC ?
- Hannes The Hun - 2010-06-05 12:35
there will be a new XBMC major release in the coming months that will fully support 10.04 ubuntu and also come in an official live flavor based on minimal 10.04
until then just stick with the current xbmcfreak CD if you're not able or willing to install 10.04 via the XBMCbuntu guide
- Vladimir - 2010-06-05 12:50
Hannes The Hun Wrote:there will be a new XBMC major release in the coming months that will fully support 10.04 ubuntu and also come in an official live flavor based on minimal 10.04
Link on 10.04 installation?
- Hannes The Hun - 2010-06-05 13:14
because you asked so politely I googled the guide for you:
just download the ubuntu 10.04 minimal image (google knows where to download it) and boot from that one. afterwards it's pretty straight forward when you follow the guide. some things you'll have to look up in the forums, but you seem to desperately want a 10.04-based installation so go for it.
- Vladimir - 2010-06-05 14:37
Hannes The Hun
Many thanks for link.
1. minimal image iso 10.04 here http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/lucid/main/installer-i386/current/images/netboot/mini.iso.
2. This guide http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/minimal
I badly know English, therefore so not correctly I write.
- ext23 - 2010-06-08 16:22
erhnam Wrote:How to upgrade from a previous version:
i'm getting 404'd when i try to wget http://xbmcfreak.smetana.nl/upgrade-package-v11.tar.gz, is there another way around this?
- odoll - 2010-06-08 17:41
Quote:I badly know English, therefore so not correctly I write.
np, just change your name from Vladimir to Yoda and it will be perfect ;-) (SCNR, however got your point, me being a non-native speaker as well)
- Hannes The Hun - 2010-06-08 19:07
i feel guilty, but I laughed hard
- barrygordon - 2010-06-08 19:41
To all you apologetic non-english speakers, Just remember that most native americans (icluding the real native americans) speak only one language and can't even mumble let alone write in a second language. I am in that group.
Also linguistingly speaking, English is a hard language
Honestly, why? - ngiardina - 2010-06-08 19:58
I recently installed xbmcfreak v14 from a unetbootin live USB key. The computer is an Acer AspireRevo R3610(Dual core atom, ion) , and I upgraded the memory to 4gb.
I just can't see why anyone would need to upgrade to Lucid. Karmic/xbmcfreak runs absolutely flawlessly, plays 1080p without a stutter, has HDMI audio, and wakes from sleep via my MCE remote. Seriously, aside from some video plugins not working (The Onion, TMZ), it is damn near perfect. The built in card reader even automounts and displays photos from my memory cards. I am really impressed, as my AppleTV/CrystalHD setup is nowhere near as versatile, and my Windows 7 machine chokes on 1080p video, even with DXVA enabled.
If there was an "XBMC Box", I couldn't imagine it being any better than what I have.
That said, If anyone has any insights as to why Lucid would be better, please reply with them.