[RELEASE] NVIDIA ION optimized XBMC Live 9.11 Live CD / Live USB version - Printable Version
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- TORGULL - 2010-06-18 12:23
jacky89 Wrote:Would be freaking sweet if it has built in xbox 360 controller support! Thanks!
- erhnam - 2010-06-18 13:23
I released some new packages: http://www.xbmcfreak.nl/en/english-new-xbmc-10-06-svn311xx-packages/
I'm also working on a new 10.06 livecd
- toby77jo - 2010-06-18 13:29
any chance i can beta test your new livecd?
- joeshmoe - 2010-06-19 04:04
erhnam Wrote:I'm also working on a new 10.06 livecd
That's great news!
- granger33 - 2010-06-19 19:00
I have installed the V9.14 xbmc live version and with nvidia Gt240, but the sound not works, i tried all options, iec958, hdmi but no sound. I have connected direct my graphic card to my tv (hdmi connection).
What i have to do?
- BLKMGK - 2010-06-19 22:37
Do a search for .asoundrc this is an ALSA config file that controls sound and you will likely have to create it. I have this in my xbmc user's home directory with the following contents:
Others put it in different places but that has been working for me. Also make sure that you go through the ALSA configuration and have all of the digital outputs unmuted - they are often muted by default.
- BLKMGK - 2010-06-19 22:38
erhnam Wrote:I released some new packages: http://www.xbmcfreak.nl/en/english-new-xbmc-10-06-svn311xx-packages/
Can't for the life of me get these packages installed so I and a friend of mine will be looking forward to the next LiveCD you release. Pretty please use the newev SVN code with the add-on framework loaded.
- Hannes The Hun - 2010-06-20 02:41
BLKMGK Wrote:Can't for the life of me get these packages installed
as far as I understand erhnam's packages, it should be enough if you follow the XBMCbuntu guide but instead of adding the XBMC PPAs use erhnam's repo.
erhnam, I'm interested in the tweaks you did in these packages, is there a list?
- BLKMGK - 2010-06-20 03:01
Hannes The Hun Wrote:as far as I understand erhnam's packages, it should be enough if you follow the XBMCbuntu guide but instead of adding the XBMC PPAs use erhnam's repo.
Well, I'm doing this on his "live" install. Despite putting the repo key etc. in my list and attempting to do an install it was a no-go. Package conflicts for one thing. Out of the box the live distro didn't have wget which was fun when I first started out lol. for now I'm just leaving it pretty much as-is off the disk with the updates from Ubuntu installed and video driver updated. He has stated that he's working on a new LiveCD and when that rolls out I'll move to that and get what I'm looking for. Honestly I just really need it to be that simple since if this works out I'll be setting a few people up with boxes like this and don't want weekly support calls from all over
- Hannes The Hun - 2010-06-20 03:36
I know exactly what you mean: with live I always screwed up my system FUBAR when trying to do updates, so I finally went the manual route with Ubuntu minimal and setting up everything myself. this is okay when it's your only HTPC and you really know what you're doing (and of course can fix it by yourself in case you really screw something up) but I couldn't give this stuff to friends who also asked me about pre-installing it for them; when something won't work as it is supposed to I need to come and fix it... honestly I gave all of them links to the xtreamer shop
most of them just want to plug in their USB hard drive and play some HD movies they "borrowed" themselves anyways, so who cares