Difference between revisions of "Orbiter Doc"

From LinuxMCE
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 6: Line 6:
 
<p><h1>How does it work?</h1></p>
 
<p><h1>How does it work?</h1></p>
 
<p>The look, feel and functionality of the Orbiter can be changed completely using the [[Designer]] here explains how to use the Orbiter assuming that you use one of LinuxMCE's default skins and user interfaces.  If other people wish to create their own skins and share them with other users, LinuxMCE will be happy to host any User's manuals for those skins as well.</p>
 
<p>The look, feel and functionality of the Orbiter can be changed completely using the [[Designer]] here explains how to use the Orbiter assuming that you use one of LinuxMCE's default skins and user interfaces.  If other people wish to create their own skins and share them with other users, LinuxMCE will be happy to host any User's manuals for those skins as well.</p>
 +
[[Category:Orbiters]]

Revision as of 03:05, 1 October 2007

http://linuxmce.com/index.php?section=learn_how_to_use_it

What do I need?

Orbiter is compatible with Linux, Windows, Windows CE and, with Bluetooth Dongle, Symbian Mobile Devices. It is most commonly run on touch-screen web pads, PDA's, and Mobile Phones. Every Media Director includes an Orbiter that runs on your TV.

How does it work?

The look, feel and functionality of the Orbiter can be changed completely using the Designer here explains how to use the Orbiter assuming that you use one of LinuxMCE's default skins and user interfaces. If other people wish to create their own skins and share them with other users, LinuxMCE will be happy to host any User's manuals for those skins as well.