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'''''Warning: This installation will wipe the whole disk of the machine, all previous data will be permanently lost!'''''
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[[Category:Installation Tutorials| Installing 0710 - DVD]]
  
# [[Latest Version|Download the LMCE DVD ISO Image]]
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'''''Warning: This installation will wipe the entire hard-disk of the PC. All previous data will be permanently lost!'''''
# Burn it with your favorite dvd writing software.
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===Getting Ready for Installation===
# Enter your LMCE PC BIOS (by pressing DEL, F2 key at boot-up), and select to first boot from CD/DVD.
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# [[Current version|Download the LinuxMCE DVD .iso Image]]
# Insert the LMCE DVD in the driver and save your bios settings.
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# Burn it with your [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BurningIsoHowto favorite DVD writing software].
# If your PC will boot from the LMCE DVD you'll see the following boot menu:
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# Enter your PC's BIOS (usually by pressing the DEL or F2 key at boot-up). Select the CD/DVD to be the first bootup device. Save your BIOS settings.
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# Insert the LinuxMCE DVD in the drive.
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# If your PC successfully boots from the LinuxMCE DVD you should see the following boot menu:
  
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===Installing LinuxMCE===
 
[[Image:Boot_menu.JPG]]
 
[[Image:Boot_menu.JPG]]
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====DVD Installation Options====
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# Install Linux Media Center - this will install LinuxMCE on your hard drive.
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# Recovery - allows you to open a console and diagnose your non-bootable system (or request support from the technical department).
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# Memory test - test your PC's volatile memory (SDRAM, DDRAM).
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# Boot from first hard disk - boot your PC from the first hard drive (like a normal boot).
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To start the installation, choose the first option.
  
5.1.Install Linux Media Center - will install LMCE on your hard drive;
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====Choose the Hard Drive====
 
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5.2.Recovery - allows you to open a console and diagnose your un-bootable system or request support from technical department;
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5.3.Memory test - test your PC volatile memory(SDRAM, DDRAM);
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5.4.Boot from first hard disk - boot your pc from the first hard drive, like a normal boot.
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6.To start the installation, choose the first option.
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7.You will be asked to select the drive for install. Press 1 for the first hard-drive, 2 for the second, etc.
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[[Image:which_drive.jpg]]
 
[[Image:which_drive.jpg]]
  
8.The installation continues
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* Select the drive for install. Press 1 for the first hard-drive, 2 for the second hard-drive, etc. '''Remember, this wipes your HD clean: partitions, data, everything.'''
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[[Image:Continue.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Continue.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Continue2.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Continue2.jpg]]
  
9.When the installation is finished, you will be asked to remove the disc from the drive, close the tray and press 'enter'
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====Finishing Installation====
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When the installation is finished, remove the disc from the drive, close the tray, and press 'Enter'.
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[[Image:Finish.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Finish.jpg]]
  
10.After reboot, LinuxMCE will load, and you will be asked to configure your audio and video settings
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====Rebooting====
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*After rebooting, LinuxMCE will load. Configure your audio and video settings.
  
[[Image:WelcomeAV.jpg]]
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===A/V Wizard===
  
10.1.Select the output connector of your video card, the resolution and refresh of your display adapter.
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*Also see the [[AVWizard Step by Step |detailed AV Wizard step by step instructions]], especially if you do not see the AV Wizard.
  
[[Image:Setrez.jpg]]
 
  
10.2.If you can see the following image, press on 'continue'. else, choose a lower resolution/refresh
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[[Image:WelcomeAV.jpg|left|450px]]
  
[[Image:Confirmrez.jpg]]
 
  
10.3.Select the graphical interface you want, according to your video card capabilities. For 'OpenGL' interface you should have at least a GeForce 6200 video card
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[[Image:Setrez.jpg|left|thumb|450px|Select the output connector of your video card, the resolution and refresh of your display adapter.]]
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<br style="clear:both;"/>
  
[[Image:SelectUI.jpg]]
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[[Image:Confirmrez.jpg|left|thumb|450px||If you can see the following image, press on 'continue'. else, choose a lower resolution/refresh]]
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<br style="clear:both;"/>
  
10.4.In the next step, you have to adjust the image to align it with the corner arrows
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[[Image:SelectUI.jpg|left|thumb|450px|Select the graphical interface you want, according to your video card capabilities. For 'OpenGL' interface you should have at least a GeForce 6200 video card]]
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<br style="clear:both;"/>
  
[[Image:Adjustimage.jpg]]
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[[Image:Adjustimage.jpg|left|thumb|450px|In the next step, you have to adjust the image to align it with the corner arrows]]
  
10.5.Choose the audio output connector
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<br style="clear:both;"/>
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[[Image:Audiooutput.jpg|left|thumb|450px|Choose the audio output connector]]
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<br style="clear:both;"/>
  
[[Image:Audiooutput.jpg]]
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[[Image:Audiovolume.jpg|left|thumb|450px|Select the output volume of your PC.]]
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<br style="clear:both;"/>
  
10.6.Select the output volume of your PC.
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[[Image:Finalstep.jpg|left|thumb|450px|The review of your setup options. You can agree, or return to the first step and run your options again]]
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<br style="clear:both;"/>
  
[[Image:Audiovolume.jpg]]
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===House Setup Wizard===
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*Also see the [[House Setup Wizard |detailed House Setup Wizard detailed instructions]].
  
10.7.The review of your setup options. You can agree, or return to the first step and run your options again
 
  
[[Image:Finalstep.jpg]]
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[[Image:SeeAndHearMe.jpg]]
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[[Image:StartUsingTheSystemNow.jpg]]<br style="clear:both;"/>
  
11.After you complete the video setup press "Start using the system now".
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*After completing the video setup, press "Start using the system now".
  
[[Image:SeeAndHearMe.jpg]]
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===LinuxMCE Launch Manager===
[[Image:StartUsingTheSystemNow.jpg]]
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*LinuxMCE Launch Manager will start your Media Center.
  
12.LMCE Launch Manager will start your Media Center.
 
  
 
[[Image:LM_LMCE.jpg]]
 
[[Image:LM_LMCE.jpg]]
  
13.And open the Onscreen Orbiter
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*Open the Onscreen Orbiter.
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[[Image:Orbiter.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Orbiter.jpg]]
  
14.Click Computing, then Pluto Admin to open the LinuxMCE Web Admin page.
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'''(Note: The following step may be obsolete for newer editions.)'''
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*Click Computing, then Pluto Admin to open the LinuxMCE Web Admin page.
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[[Image:Computing.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Computing.jpg]]
  
15.Login with your LMCE user and password, that you have created in VIdeo Wizard (the first user created).
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*Login with the LinuxMCE user and password that you created in Video Wizard (i.e. the first user created).
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[[Image:WebAdminLogin.jpg]]
 
[[Image:WebAdminLogin.jpg]]
  
16.Go to Advanced -> Network -> Network Settings to modify your network settings:
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*Go to Advanced -> Network -> Network Settings to modify your network settings:
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[[Image:Netw_set_menu.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Netw_set_menu.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Netw_set_page.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Netw_set_page.jpg]]
  
17.For the "external network card" select "Use a static IP address" and complete yours IP/Subnet/Gateway/DNS provided by your ISP.
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*For the "external network card" select the type that you use to connect to the Internet. Most users will choose dynamic IP address. If you use a static IP address, choose this and type in the settings (IP/Subnet/Gateway/DNS) provided by your ISP.
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[[Image:Netw_set_ip.jpg]]
 
[[Image:Netw_set_ip.jpg]]
  
18.After you've finished setting up your network press update, and then the close button from the bottom right side of the screen.
 
  
[[Category: Tutorials]]
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*After you've finished setting up your network press update. Then press the close button from the bottom right side of the screen.

Latest revision as of 17:27, 13 October 2012

Warning: This installation will wipe the entire hard-disk of the PC. All previous data will be permanently lost!

Getting Ready for Installation

  1. Download the LinuxMCE DVD .iso Image
  2. Burn it with your favorite DVD writing software.
  3. Enter your PC's BIOS (usually by pressing the DEL or F2 key at boot-up). Select the CD/DVD to be the first bootup device. Save your BIOS settings.
  4. Insert the LinuxMCE DVD in the drive.
  5. If your PC successfully boots from the LinuxMCE DVD you should see the following boot menu:

Installing LinuxMCE

Boot menu.JPG

DVD Installation Options

  1. Install Linux Media Center - this will install LinuxMCE on your hard drive.
  2. Recovery - allows you to open a console and diagnose your non-bootable system (or request support from the technical department).
  3. Memory test - test your PC's volatile memory (SDRAM, DDRAM).
  4. Boot from first hard disk - boot your PC from the first hard drive (like a normal boot).

To start the installation, choose the first option.

Choose the Hard Drive

Which drive.jpg

  • Select the drive for install. Press 1 for the first hard-drive, 2 for the second hard-drive, etc. Remember, this wipes your HD clean: partitions, data, everything.


Continue.jpg Continue2.jpg

Finishing Installation

  1. When the installation is finished, remove the disc from the drive, close the tray, and press 'Enter'.


Finish.jpg

Rebooting

  • After rebooting, LinuxMCE will load. Configure your audio and video settings.

A/V Wizard


WelcomeAV.jpg


Select the output connector of your video card, the resolution and refresh of your display adapter.


If you can see the following image, press on 'continue'. else, choose a lower resolution/refresh


Select the graphical interface you want, according to your video card capabilities. For 'OpenGL' interface you should have at least a GeForce 6200 video card


In the next step, you have to adjust the image to align it with the corner arrows


Choose the audio output connector


Select the output volume of your PC.


The review of your setup options. You can agree, or return to the first step and run your options again


House Setup Wizard


SeeAndHearMe.jpg StartUsingTheSystemNow.jpg

  • After completing the video setup, press "Start using the system now".

LinuxMCE Launch Manager

  • LinuxMCE Launch Manager will start your Media Center.


LM LMCE.jpg


  • Open the Onscreen Orbiter.


Orbiter.jpg


(Note: The following step may be obsolete for newer editions.)

  • Click Computing, then Pluto Admin to open the LinuxMCE Web Admin page.


Computing.jpg


  • Login with the LinuxMCE user and password that you created in Video Wizard (i.e. the first user created).


WebAdminLogin.jpg


  • Go to Advanced -> Network -> Network Settings to modify your network settings:


Netw set menu.jpg Netw set page.jpg


  • For the "external network card" select the type that you use to connect to the Internet. Most users will choose dynamic IP address. If you use a static IP address, choose this and type in the settings (IP/Subnet/Gateway/DNS) provided by your ISP.


Netw set ip.jpg


  • After you've finished setting up your network press update. Then press the close button from the bottom right side of the screen.