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thx for that !
which plugins ?
Glad to hear !!
“Generic” remote are supposed to be HID compatible now (more and more kernel drivers implement this), hence will be seen as regular keyboards and won’t require any more configuration.
GeeXboX came out in 2002.
OpenELEC forked GeeXboX a few years ago, tried various media centers to finally with XBMC.
So did we, though it’s the original project, with more portability in mind than just PC.
You can ask for help on either GeeXboX or OpenBricks dev list indeed.
If problem really is related to Panda itself, then maybe pandaboard mailing list.
That’s because install is no longer supported in GeeXbox 2.0.
Easiest is to use it with LiveUSB.
This new version running XBMC probably will have disastrous performances on Wii as (AFAIK) it can’t use OpenGL graphic acceleration.
The Wii version is some unsupported chinese fork.
The author never managed to push everything upstream so we just can’t make any upgrade.September 15, 2011 at 11:05 in reply to: which release of Linux OS is recommend to build openbricks? #694
Try to add –without-gtk in packages/gssdp/build script.
Or just update your repository, I’ve juste pushed to supposed fix.
The i945 does not feature any hardware video acceleration but this kind of configuration works perfectly fine with XBMC.
My reference test platform is a regular netbook that just does the job.
VIA C3 CPU are no longer supported.
New GeeXboX version are built with i686 CPU as a minimum requirement and VIA C3 is not fully compatible with this.
No chance. Mac PPC hw really is too old to actually support XBMC frontend I guess and we do not have way to test it out now.
We planned to do so for Unetbootin actually, but the more the better.