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<table width="100%"> <tr><td bgcolor="#FFCFCF">This page was written by Pluto and imported with their permission when LinuxMCE branched off in February, 2007.  In general any information should apply to LinuxMCE.  However, this page should be edited to reflect changes to LinuxMCE and remove old references to Pluto.</td></tr> </table><p>The Orbiter is quite simple to use, and all the screens are quite straightforward.  Use the [[Pluto Admin Website]] to configure your Pluto system, including choosing the options on your Orbiter, such as lighting scenes, climate scenarios, and define what a/v equipment you want it to control.</p>
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<table width="100%"> <tr><td bgcolor="#FFCFCF">This page was written by Pluto and imported with their permission when LinuxMCE branched off in February, 2007.  In general any information should apply to LinuxMCE.  However, this page should be edited to reflect changes to LinuxMCE and remove old references to Pluto.</td></tr> </table><p>The Orbiter is quite simple to use, and all the screens are quite straightforward.  Use the LinuxMCE Admin Website to configure your LinuxMCE system, including choosing the options on your Orbiter, such as lighting scenes, climate scenarios, and define what a/v equipment you want it to control.</p>
<p>This User's Manual explains the basic operation of the Orbiter, and how to control Pluto using the standard user interface that Pluto supplies for the Orbiters.</p>
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<p>This User's Manual explains the basic operation of the Orbiter, and how to control LinuxMCE using the standard user interface that LinuxMCE supplies for the Orbiters.</p>
 
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Revision as of 12:34, 15 March 2007

This page was written by Pluto and imported with their permission when LinuxMCE branched off in February, 2007. In general any information should apply to LinuxMCE. However, this page should be edited to reflect changes to LinuxMCE and remove old references to Pluto.

The Orbiter is quite simple to use, and all the screens are quite straightforward. Use the LinuxMCE Admin Website to configure your LinuxMCE system, including choosing the options on your Orbiter, such as lighting scenes, climate scenarios, and define what a/v equipment you want it to control.

This User's Manual explains the basic operation of the Orbiter, and how to control LinuxMCE using the standard user interface that LinuxMCE supplies for the Orbiters.