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Hey guys you may have read a few of my other posts but I am new to XBMC and to programming a computer all together. I got a good grasp on hardware but could use some help. Which brings me to my questions, I am looking for someone to maybe spend a little time teaching/helping me how to do program xbmc system and set up a separate raid server. I live in Antelope, so hopefully we could get together .
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What if I offered to pay someone?
(2013-05-15, 20:50)CitrusTheDragon Wrote: [ -> ]What if I offered to pay someone?

Don't, if you want your thread to stay open.
(2013-05-15, 23:16)Ned Scott Wrote: [ -> ]
(2013-05-15, 20:50)CitrusTheDragon Wrote: [ -> ]What if I offered to pay someone?

Don't, if you want your thread to stay open.

If I offer money to people for exchange for services then you'll delete my thread? Is there some rule against it that I missed?
(2013-05-12, 02:13)CitrusTheDragon Wrote: [ -> ]Hey guys you may have read a few of my other posts but I am new to XBMC and to programming a computer all together. I got a good grasp on hardware but could use some help. Which brings me to my questions, I am looking for someone to maybe spend a little time teaching/helping me how to do program xbmc system and set up a separate raid server. I live in Antelope, so hopefully we could get together .
There is no programming required. Install, run, add video sources, scrape, watch.

Oh and read the instructions on wiki.xbmc.org Smile
(2013-05-16, 02:36)CitrusTheDragon Wrote: [ -> ]If I offer money to people for exchange for services then you'll delete my thread? Is there some rule against it that I missed?

It's a gray area, at least as far as rules that are spelled out on forum rules (wiki).

Generally speaking, the Team isn't comfortable with money/business being done on the forums. Even companies are directed to use TeamXBMC e-mail contact when they want to hire devs or do sponsorships. Personally, I don't have a problem with a situation like this, but it would be wise to steer away from paid offers on the forums.
(2013-05-16, 03:12)nickr Wrote: [ -> ]
(2013-05-12, 02:13)CitrusTheDragon Wrote: [ -> ]Hey guys you may have read a few of my other posts but I am new to XBMC and to programming a computer all together. I got a good grasp on hardware but could use some help. Which brings me to my questions, I am looking for someone to maybe spend a little time teaching/helping me how to do program xbmc system and set up a separate raid server. I live in Antelope, so hopefully we could get together .
There is no programming required. Install, run, add video sources, scrape, watch.

Oh and read the instructions on wiki.xbmc.org Smile
What about with remotes, controllers, drivers for hardware, sharing media, installing games, and so forth
read the instructions on wiki.xbmc.org and post problems here.
If you need someone to help you set stuff like this up in Antelope, it makes more sense to put a small ad or request in your local paper or city website asking for a tech-savvy person to assist you figuring it out. This is a large international website with many members from all over the world, and it seems you are looking more for a general techie than for a XBMC specialist.

Who knows, you might meet a new friend =)

I am available to do this for free provided you pay for the transport* required to get me to Antelope.
If you want to flesh out that deal please contact TeamXBMC via the email address on the website.

* I live in the Netherlands, international charges may apply.
Or join a local user group, look at your local newsgroups.
So I installed XBMC and it's not seeing any harddrive besides the one that the os is installed on. what am I doing wrong?
What os and what hardware are you expecting? Another hard drive. I assume?
Ubuntu and 3 other hard drives. I did a Google search but none of it worked.
33 hard drives in one machine?
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