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  • @ktraglin

    nice error, now nobody needs an invite anymore Saidly deb-src does not work *g*

    Code:
    deb http://apt.boxee.tv hardy main
    should be the correct line

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    • Originally posted by Kano View Post
      @ktraglin

      nice error, now nobody needs an invite anymore Saidly deb-src does not work *g*
      Kano, actually when you go to launch the program it will ask you for your username and password.
      Michael Larabel
      http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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      • Thats why no sources are out - would be too easy to change I think

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        • re: boxee repository

          Originally posted by Kano View Post
          @ktraglin

          nice error, now nobody needs an invite anymore Saidly deb-src does not work *g*

          Code:
          deb http://apt.boxee.tv hardy main
          should be the correct line
          that's exactly the line i have (copied/pasted from /etc/apt/sources.list)

          deb http://apt.boxee.tv hardy main

          the full error is here:

          Ign http://apt.boxee.tv hardy Release.gpg
          Ign http://apt.boxee.tv hardy/main Translation-en_US
          Ign http://apt.boxee.tv hardy Release
          Ign http://apt.boxee.tv hardy/main Packages
          Err http://apt.boxee.tv hardy/main Packages
          404 Not Found

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          • Me too, please!

            I don't post to much on any forum, however like many people I read Phoronix regularly (& a new member as of today!)

            I've been using Linux as a primary OS since '98, and I have a ton of experience with Debian and Ubuntu, and some (not positive) experience with MythTV.

            I would love to try this out on Fedora!

            Any chance you have another of those invites left?

            David

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            • re: repository

              I've figured it out. An "apt-get update", as opposed to "aptitude update" has revealed some more information...

              W: Failed to fetch http://apt.boxee.tv/dists/hardy/main...64/Packages.gz 404 Not Found

              So, no 64 bit boxee?

              Does anyone know if Ubuntu/Hardy's 32 bit kernel ever got fixed to recognize multiple cores?
              ...that was my primary reason for switching to 64 bit.

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              • The generic kernel support smp, just not the 386 one.

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                • Originally posted by str8edge View Post
                  I don't post to much on any forum, however like many people I read Phoronix regularly (& a new member as of today!)

                  I've been using Linux as a primary OS since '98, and I have a ton of experience with Debian and Ubuntu, and some (not positive) experience with MythTV.

                  I would love to try this out on Fedora!

                  Any chance you have another of those invites left?

                  David
                  Invite sent.
                  Michael Larabel
                  http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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                  • Originally posted by Kano View Post
                    The generic kernel support smp, just not the 386 one.
                    I did some looking and found that there's a bug regarding some 32-bit kernels (I think it started around 2.6.18) on Athlon X2 CPU's (not activating the second core). I'm compiling linux-2.6.26.2 (with PAE support - so 32 bit can see all my RAM, too). Wish me luck.

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                    • I use a X2 all the time and I had _always_ 2 cores active - PAE does not matter, only CONFIG_X86_SMP=y.

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