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XBMC-Live Install script. For Minimal Unbuntu Install - andyblac - 2010-02-07 02:19
XBMC Complete Installer (XCI)
Due to our needs to have improve support, which we feel is important.
it has been decided that any further updates and support for script shall be handled externaly from now on.
We apologise for any inconviniece and are looking forward to show you guys new script versions with more added features, which have been requested in past...
Please visit the SF Project blog
Or for support visit
Users are advised that registration/login with sourceforge may be necessary in order to take advantage of the forums we have now set up.
We invite all new and old XCI (XBMC Complete Installer) users to join us and continue to provide support, helping project grow.
We have positions available within our project please contact us via sourceforge for more information.
Please find below a list of what is supported
Software Compatibility List:
Minimal Karmic 32/64bit
How-to perform the recommended install
How to grab script
Machine compatibility List:
Asrock 330 - HT/BD/PRO
Zotac ionitx-a-u / Mag
Acer Revo - 1600 / 3600 / 3610
Various PC's nvidia gfx based - Please make sensible use of script on these platforms. GFX support starts with nvidia 185 your card must be supported with these drivers.
Thats all folks
Andy & X3
- Marvel - 2010-02-07 02:32
This looks just the ticket mate. Cant test it at the moment but will in a few hours, il report any findings back.
- andyblac - 2010-02-07 17:24
*** UPDATE ***
now on Beta 3, this fixes several bugs, including logs & fails to update itself. you may need to redownload manualy.
- flxfxp - 2010-02-07 23:20
I like it. Seems it uses some code from XBMScript. Good work
- andyblac - 2010-02-08 12:22
flxfxp Wrote:I like it. Seems it uses some code from XBMScript. Good work
maybe we could work to gether and create one GOOD FOR ALL script ?
- andyblac - 2010-02-08 15:17
ANOTHER BUILD Beta 3.1
fixed bootscreen at working
** FINALLY FIXED *** VDPAU
and few other bugs
- X3lectric - 2010-02-08 16:32
Finally posted into the wild after we hammered on bugs last week lol... Nice but then again I already said so... Though good quality work like this deserves all the praise and donations it can get IMO.
Don't forget to update the 1st post with version 3.2 with progress bars... Chat to you soon after you watch sum TV...
There's more options to come into this to make it the ppls script of choice.
- jonn - 2010-02-08 17:29
Just finished installing using your script - everything works flawlessly.
Most happy about the remote fixes you've done, works every time
- rossoneri711 - 2010-02-08 19:57
wow this looks like it was made for me...gave up on ubuntu the other week, but this will make me think twice.
So what do i do first? I have an ASrock ION 330HT-BD
1. Format the drive using minimal ubuntu on a cd and then install it? (dont know what minimal ubuntu is, is it a normal Ubuntu OS?)) How do i partition the drive from minimal ubuntu to avoid losing all my files again? or can i partition the disk later when i login to Ubuntu?
2. Then i run the commands you said from terminal and it will set up everything correctly? (xbmc,nvidia drivers,remote, boot into xbmc etc.)
Sorry for the stupid questions but just trying to clarify everything.
Hopefully this will be my last attempt, and hopefully we can all manage to create the simpler guide for all people to use and avoid all the hustle you guys have spent in providing them.
- X3lectric - 2010-02-08 20:37
the script only installs the HT CIR driver for you which is equal to extracting the drivers and dpkg -i whatever.deb
the 1.0.4 drivers works on resume by default.
rossoneri711 Wrote:wow this looks like it was made for me...gave up on ubuntu the other week, but this will make me think twice.
You have some reading issues, which is where your problems start...
My topic I link to this http://wiki.xbmc.org/?title=XBMCbuntu
thats minimal ubuntu install means NO GNOME desktop and it mean only terminal work by user. e.g. command line.
you have to run as root or enter sudo before ANY cmd otherwise it wont have right permission and fail.
if during minimal ubuntu you allow root login it creates a password which then it will also prompt you to create a normal user > XBMC
to login after as root the user = root the password is what you set it as. done.
I suggest you read on that as well before you go off and start having issues again.