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per vedere mediaset su linux ti conviene usare kodi.
Dopo averlo scaricato devi aggiungere i plugin per i video di mediaset.
Li trovi ad esempio qui https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cE90jPZ8_Y4 con un video esplicativo che spiega come installarli
to let openmamba continue to live we need any kind of help, from packagers to beta tester so your help is really welcome.
If you’ve experience with packaging and compiling on Linux you can ask Silvan to become a packager and help mantain some RPM.
Hi, when it stops? If grub2 starts try to boot the system in runlevel 3 (no graphic system): press the ‘e’ before it try to boot, than add a ‘3’ at the end of the line that start with “linux”. Press Ctrl + x to boot the system. If the system is ok it will boot and stop on a black windows with a prompt for login. If you can reach that point we can try to solve the problem.
Hi, we are aware of some problems server-side: can you try to download from console with
If it stops you can relaunch the command and it continue to download from where it was stopped.
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Ciao, si funziona.
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Hi Tweedle: to make a bootable USB pen just use the program in the “S” menu of Kde. If you search USB it will show up. Just plug an empty USB pen and follow the instruction on screen.
Actually to make a Milestone2 USB pen you must start with a milestone2. If you have a milestone1 probably there are incompatibility in the version of the software used to build the system and the ones on the new system.
Maybe you can try to use Virtualbox to boot up a milestone2 iso and then build the pen from here. Warn that you must use the virtualbox from the Oracle site not the OSE version shipped with openmamba (due to license limitation there is no USB support in OSE version).
Another option, a little more complex, is to follow all the instruction on the site to copy all the needed files on the USB pen, then in a terminal do the following:
cd [mount point]
mount -o loop [openmamba version.iso] ./rwroot
./rwroot/sbin/extlinux –install boot
./rwroot/usr/sbin/install-mbr <pen device>
so you use the correct version of the softwares
Nice to know 🙂
openmamba got almost 300 perl packages with all you need to program.
To write programs you can use any editor you prefer (kate for example has syntax highligts for perl too)
Welcome back 🙂
You say that hangs just after the boot: you don’t have any other hint?
You’ve tried to start in debug mode?
Hi, I’ve tried myself to download the ISO and it has worked. Maybe was a transient problem serverside. Anyway if want to make another try you can download it via wget (it permits to continue a interrupted download). Open a terminal window and digit this command:
if the download interrupts before the end, you can continue it with this command:
Let us know if works in this way
Which version of openmamba you use? I’ve tested on my snapshot installation and it works with my username and password.
You can check that your user is in the lpadmin groupJanuary 12, 2010 at 5:49 am in reply to: [Solved] Username and password for livestudio snapshot 20091029 #19073
If you want to test Swami, is now in the devel repositoryJanuary 10, 2010 at 9:40 am in reply to: [Solved] Username and password for livestudio snapshot 20091029 #19066
Hi, you’ve downloaded a quite old version of openmamba. please try to download the latest version
the livestudio is now integrated in the livedvd
If you want to try openmamba installed on a usb stick the best version to use is the openmamba-bootusb + one of the iso of you choice (only chech that they match – snapshot version can boot only snapshots iso, and stable can boot only stable ones). Just follow the instruction on the site to install it (you can do it even from the livecd/dvd of openmamba or running it inside a virtual machine with the USB support) The flash-1GB normally don’t ask for a password at startup, I’ll do further investigation and let you know.
Hi, try to change the settings of the dhcp in the preferences of wicd, external program tab from automatic to dhcpcd or dhclient.