Do you still need a advanced setting file for Beta Eden?

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exiledone1 Offline
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Hey Everyone,

I'm just curious if I would still need to use the advanced setting file I created for the new Beta release of Eden? I currently use it for my Apple TV 2, but I'm not on Beta of Eden yet.

I just want to get all my ducks in a row on what I'll need to replace once I update to the new Beta release?

Thanks in advance.

Josh
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gabbott Offline
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What do you currently have in your advancedsettings.xml file on your system?
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exiledone1 Offline
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I currently use a advanced setting file which works fine for the build I'm on. Just curious if I still need it for the new Eden Beta. Here are my current settings

<advancedsettings><network><cachemembuffersize>0</cachemembuffersize></network></advancedsettings>

Obviously it's not typed this way. My copy and paste just made it go left to right Wink
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Ned Scott Offline
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if you needed it in the first place then yes, you will still need it.
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Most (all?) of the advanced settings available in v10.1 are still available in Eden.

JR
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Ned Scott Offline
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Also, I don't think there are any default settings in Eden that would replace a previous advancedsettings.xml setting. It's possible there's been bug fixes/improvements that might not require the same buffering settings, but if you are going form a nightly (which on the ATV2 you would have been) then there probably isn't a significant change.
(This post was last modified: 2011-12-28 10:48 by Ned Scott.)
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exiledone1 Offline
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Thanks for the help jhsrennie and Ned. Exactly what I needed. Btw, Eden is rocking so far. I can tell the speed has increased a great deal on the ATV 2 version.

Great work

Thanks

Josh
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