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<p>LinuxMCE is an open system so you can add any third party you wish.  Just choose the core or the media director that you want to install the software on, type the name of the software package and click 'go'.  If the software package is maintained in LinuxMCE's mirror of the Debian repository, which contains most software for Linux, the software will be installed automatically.  If it is not in LinuxMCE's mirror, you will need to complete the remaining 3 options before clicking 'Add Software'.</p>
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LinuxMCE is an open system so you can add any third party you wish.  Just choose the core or the media director that you want to install the software on, type the name of the software package and click 'go'.  If the software package is maintained in LinuxMCE's mirror of the Kubuntu repository, which contains most software for Linux, the software will be installed automatically.  If it is not in LinuxMCE's mirror, you will need to complete the remaining 3 options before clicking 'Add Software'.
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Latest revision as of 14:39, 10 November 2007

LinuxMCE is an open system so you can add any third party you wish. Just choose the core or the media director that you want to install the software on, type the name of the software package and click 'go'. If the software package is maintained in LinuxMCE's mirror of the Kubuntu repository, which contains most software for Linux, the software will be installed automatically. If it is not in LinuxMCE's mirror, you will need to complete the remaining 3 options before clicking 'Add Software'.

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