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#16
vikjon0 Wrote:But install a full ubuntu desktop and then add xbmc

I think this is the best option. I think it's even in the default repositories. So you should be able to open synaptic, or aptitude, search xbmc and install. Or from the command line
Code:
sudo apt-get install xbmc
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#17
Ok, I think I'll go this route... or at least I'll try thanks.
- grumpy
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#18
marcusfischer Wrote:I'm getting exactly the same error with a brand new Live 9.04.1 CD.
It boots into TTY1 and xbmc/xbmc user passwd combination does not work.

Any idea?
- I'm simply confused because I saw no report regarding this in the board in the last days, and 9.04.1 is already some days old. :confused2:

I'm trying to reinstall with 9.04.1, same problem here whatever I try.
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#19
At GRUB Loader select line with "Recovery Mode"

Exit from XBMC

at prompt type "sudo passwd root"

type new root password


The real problem I found after doing this is that the default account for the XBMCFreak load is not XBMC. It is Administrator. So I had to repeat the above procedure with "sudo passwd administrator" to set that password too.

Afterwards, I used filezilla to sftp into the administrator account and transfer the plugin for Apple Movie Trailers Lite.

This worked, I now have the XBMCFreak V14 running on an ACER REVO dual booting with the pre-installed Windows 7 Home Premium. The XBMC side is fully functional and now has the Apple Movie Trailers Lite Plugin.

Keith
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#20
ssh [email protected]
password
sudo su
password


and now you are root!
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#21
Or you can simply do:

Code:
sudo su -

Then you're root
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