**Used for fiber switch only - input from Core and PS3 are switched, since the DTT3500 only has one fiber input
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...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
...how 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,
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** Core_Hybrid|Core & Hybrid
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...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
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=Core / Hybrid=
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...er 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
...ice"; 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
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...4 X2 7750 Kuma 2.7GHz 2 x 512KB L2 Cache 2MB L3 Cache Socket AM2+ 95W Dual-Core black edition
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First we need to set up a Virtual Machine for our core (or hybrid).
# <name> (use default or for example: LMCE-1.1B2 Core)
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*LinuxMCE [[Core]] Computer
...and it doesn't matter. When you hit 'LinuxMCE' on the remote control, the Core sends it a network boot, the hard drive turns off, it doesn't use your oper
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*LMCE_CORE_1_1 - LinuxMCE 1.1 Kubuntu core or hybrid
...elayed (based on the information from xml) by the update system until the Core itself was updated to a certain version.
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...erned about sound and graphics capabilities, although they look fine for a hybrid - but fan noise would be an issue.
...- this is 64bit capable but for starters I'm running the i386 image on the core.
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...ng a hybrid core, make sure you select the "CORE" device not the "The core/hybrid".)
...further away from the computer, be sure to add the CM11A device under the CORE in the web admin, and not under the GC100. If you do so the devices will st
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* In [http://forum.linuxmce.com/index.php?topic=1766.0 Starting CORE software automatically. Beta1.1] bobpaul wrote on June 24, 2007 [http://for
...[http://forum.linuxmce.com/index.php?topic=1894.msg8605#msg8605 How does a core system start?]. If you don't want to sign up for the wiki or feel uncomfor
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*[[User Manual#The Core |Core]] - a single PC which is the central server and processor for your LinuxMCE
...at is locally connected to your entertainment center AV devices and to the Core through the LAN.
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...akers. A MD can play all your streaming music and videos, whether from the Core, from network attached storage (NAS), or from other MDs in your system.
...possible to run the Core as a Media Director also, making it a [[hybrid]] Core/Media Director, you still need a dedicated Media Director for each room or
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...(which, I might add are becoming more and more common now) a core or core/hybrid may not have enough, or indeed, any serial ports for automation kit such as
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...ent ways... the simplest does not require any fancy hardware beyond a Core/Hybrid and a 2nd MD.
Start some media playing at the Core/Hybrid. Now you have a number of options:
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In my case, I connnected output of Hybrid Core and one MD to different inputs (CD and DVD) and different zones. In that wa
=== Proper support for connecting On screen media player (MD or Hybrid) to Amplifier ===
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Where <dcerouter> can be the IP address of the core, "localhost" or plain old "dcerouter" in some cases. Note that the default
...mpt. See below for which username and password to use on a [[Core]] (or [[Hybrid]]) machine.
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==Core / Hybrid==
*Note, Core/Hybrid is located in a bedroom closet.</pre>
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== Core/MD1 (Hybrid - Service System) ==
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CPU: 1 x Intel Core 2 Duo 6600
Primary App: linuxMCE Core/Hybrid
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...iguration directory. $root points either to the root directory of the Core/Hybrid, ie. the file is /etc/pluto/xine.conf, or one of the diskless orbiters. The
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From then on, the TV responded to power-on commands from the core/hybrid.
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You have a working Core/Hybrid and network - you start a new PC on the LMCE (internal) network, and you te
=Core/Hybrid is not on, operational (crashed) or unreachable on the network=
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...ve the latest beta (at February 03, 2008, 04:43:53 am 0710b3) running as a hybrid with a PCHDTV-5500 installed.
Cheap ECS MOBO + intel dual core + 1 gig mem + 120gig PATA hard drive + PCHDTV-5500
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...ss through" serial cable to connect the tv to the media director or hybrid/core.
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== Core/Hybrid ==
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...nnected an X10 CM11A serial adapter to the serial port of the PC used as a Core server. However, I somewhat regret this decision and in retrospect would ha
===Core server PC selection===
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* HP notebook Dual Core 1.7 Ghz via netboot
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...will depend on your specific hardware. Setting up an Access Point on your core allows you to use wireless orbiters such as the [[WebDT 366]] or [[Nokia N8
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=== Core/hybrid ===
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As a hybrid Core/Media Director I use a Walmart $299 W3644 Gateway/eMachine with 64 bit Semp
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A hybrid is a PC that performs both the functions of the LinuxMCE [[Core]] server as well as the function of a [[Media Director]].
...will take the place of the Core server -- there cannot be another Core or hybrid in the network.
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* The screen shown is displayed on a Media Director. The Core Launch Manager will display additional buttons, including buttons for [[Orb
...tware on this PC to autostart as a Core, a Media Director, or both (i.e. a hybrid).
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|align="center" colspan="2"|<u>Living Room (Hybrid Core)</u>
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=== Core / Hybrid Server ===
| A special low-power (35W) dual-core Athlon 64.
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=== Core/Hybrid - Media Director #1: (Lounge) ===
...linux.com/index.php?cPath=21_37 Linux MCE 0710 - i386] (NIC boot from Core/Hybrid)
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...would take the place of the DVD player. We have a very simple one-machine Hybrid setup. This is my original shopping list from March 2009.
...X2 7750 Kuma 2.7GHz 2 x 512KB L2 Cache 2MB L3 Cache Socket AM2+ 95W Dual-Core black edition
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...7.10. Will hook into Comcast cable (no set-top box)running Cat 5 to Hybrid core/MC for internet broadband connectivity. Everything installed perfectly and
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In the afternoon there were some hardware problems with the core involving the external ethernet port. So after some mucking about, we deci
...t acting up so we ditched it and installed one of the Media directors as a Hybrid instead, problems solved. The DVDs to hand out have finaly arrived from Pl
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...se a built-in (sata connected) secondary media storage drive for my hybrid core. That configuration was simple and cheap to set up but suffered from a few
*The NAS box can be located away from my hybrid/core which cuts down on noise in the living room.
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...#Network Gear|Network Gear]] · [[Alx9r's Materials#Hybrid Core Kit|Hybrid Core (living room)]] · [[Alx9r's Materials#Living Room AV Gear|AV Gear (living
!style="background:#88AAEE" width="100" align="right"| Hybrid Core pre-LinuxMCE Setup
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* torrent client that is always running right on the core
...hybrid/core running LinuxMCE 0710RC2. The same should work on a dedicated core.
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...s router to connect my home to the internet. As far as I know, a LinuxMCE core is quite a capable router (surely more capable than my WRT54GL) and I would
...he internet. It was simply impractical to go without internet whenever my core was down.
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== Core / Hybrid ==
CPU: 2 x Xeon 3.0Ghz (EM64T "nocona" dual core)
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=== Core/Hybrid ===
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...ed. It is assumed that this guide will be followed on an existing LinuxMCE Core installation. All commands following a # sign are to be run as a privileged
...by any Media Director (which includes the Media Director portion of a Core/Hybrid) so click the "Add a new controlled via category device" and choose "Media
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...icated to the task, or it can be a "hybrid" device, meaning it is both the core of your LinuxMCE network and a Media Director
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...ost common case of home networks, almost no change at all is required. The Core server requires 2 NICs (Network Interface Cards). One is known as the "Exte
...a new Cat5e/6 patch cable and connect one end to the "External" NIC of the Core server (shown here on the left of the red box), and the other end back into
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