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  • ...ves located in one of the computers running LinuxMCE (Diskless MD, Core or Hybrid). The spare partition can be used to store data like movies, music or any o ...Plug'n'Play daemon once inserted into the internal network of the LinuxMCE core.
    5 KB (873 words) - 02:00, 20 October 2012
  • First of all let's create a GSD device in LinuxMCE Admin to your core/hybrid or to the MD where the board is physically connected. Say that we name it "
    6 KB (1,121 words) - 14:35, 11 August 2007
  • ...and some functions are performed by a [[Media Director]] PC. A [[hybrid]] Core/Media Director PC does both. For the central LinuxMCE Core server that will function on a home automation network, most recommended in
    4 KB (727 words) - 21:37, 24 August 2011
  • ...machine can have also the functionality of a Media Director. We call it a Hybrid: ...orbiters, non-OSD orbiters. Because these orbiters don’t have access to core’s file system, all the graphic files are obtained by network connection a
    33 KB (4,984 words) - 16:05, 25 October 2012
  • ...n the sync again, it will be updated in database too, but doesn't support "hybrid" records (added in database and changed in Outlook for example). 2 things in my perception of above instructions to get it working on my Core:
    2 KB (332 words) - 03:03, 6 September 2007
  • I even can't talk from one Orbiter (MD) to another (Hybrid). Core debug is at least 1
    25 KB (3,188 words) - 15:16, 18 October 2010
  • created under CORE in the device tree. If it is created under "The core/hybrid", delete this device and create it manually.
    8 KB (1,195 words) - 16:30, 29 March 2014
  • ...e it will be installing a lot of the software on the diskless image on the core. Run 'sudo /usr/pluto/bin/' on the core to created the MD image.
    10 KB (1,766 words) - 16:07, 19 October 2012
  • ...lay, such as high definition content. While storage of media can be on the core, nas or other device not local to the media director, all decoding takes pl ...its own installation of LinuxMCE or to boot over the LAN network from the Core, but a network boot is easiest. Obviously, the PC would then have to be net
    7 KB (1,286 words) - 19:34, 1 October 2010
  • *I unplugged the null modem cable between the hybrid/core and the TV. ...d by default. Since the core is behind the OpenWrt firewall I disabled the core's firewall by checking the firewall disabled box at '''web admin page->Adva
    8 KB (1,309 words) - 03:42, 31 October 2008
  • ===Hybrid Core Kit=== costs down. The original plan was that this hybrid box would become my core server that lives in a closet, and I would go to a smaller dedicated media
    8 KB (1,274 words) - 03:36, 31 October 2008
  • ...ardware router/firewall. The "EXTERNAL" network card in the LinuxMCE Core/Hybrid is plugged into that router/firewall. Other media directors will be connec To give the core and laptop orbiter static IP addresses (in this case and 80.1
    2 KB (371 words) - 00:16, 8 December 2008
  • ...the time. On this laptop I often had a terminal window open to the hybrid core and documentation in a browser window. This very common use case is partly Most of the my interactions when setting up my hybrid core took place using this laptop in one of three ways:
    5 KB (837 words) - 22:09, 21 June 2008
  • LinuxMCE is divided in two parts: the '''Core''' (aka the backend) and the '''Media Director''' (aka the frontend). ==The Core==
    7 KB (1,169 words) - 15:58, 8 February 2010
  • The settings on this page are used to configure the network in your Core. The recommended configuration for a LinuxMCE Core is to have 2 network cards, and plug 1 of them into the external internet (
    5 KB (864 words) - 11:43, 8 October 2012
  • so it sees the new gc100s you have added, and adds its ports to the Core. Click again on the link for the Interfaces page to refresh it, and now you ...ors in the log. You can select 'Advanced', 'Devices', select your Core or Hybrid in the tree on the left, and click 'DCERouter'. Then follow DCERouter's lo
    7 KB (1,183 words) - 11:59, 18 June 2010
  • ...until you specify the users and rooms and tell the system which room this core is in, per step X below. This is because most plug-and-play devices ask yo to tell your ZWave remote to copy the pairing information to the LMCE core. Without the setup videos it's easy to get lost on which screen is which,
    17 KB (3,160 words) - 18:28, 24 September 2007
  • ...dware consists of the computer, display, and speakers. Look at the "Core & Hybrid" section of the wiki for hardware selection articles. Here is some pre-flig
    6 KB (999 words) - 16:26, 5 March 2016
  • himself uses a simple website, called LinuxMCE Admin, which runs on the Core, to describe the home and specify the preferences. This requires a fresh w"; the motion detector, the VCR and the telephone are all devices. The Core, media directors and Orbiters are also Devices, as are all the various piec
    25 KB (4,349 words) - 15:34, 23 December 2007
  • First we need to set up a Virtual Machine for our core (or hybrid). # <name> (use default or for example: LMCE-1.1B2 Core)
    4 KB (718 words) - 11:03, 11 August 2009

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