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Derivative applications such as Media Portal and Plex have been spun off from XBMC or Kodi, as well as Just enough operating systems like Open ELEC and Libre ELEC.
Kodi has attracted negative attention due to the availability of third-party plug-ins for the software that facilitate unauthorized access to copyrighted media content, as well as "fully loaded" digital media players that are pre-loaded with such add-ons; the XBMC Foundation has not endorsed any of these uses, and has taken steps to disassociate the Kodi project from these illegal products, including threatening legal action against those using its trademarks to promote them.
The reason is simple; when launching a command using the Advanced Launcher, it has not yet opened a window manager such as Openbox, which I believe is default in LXDE.
The solution for me was found in this blog post, over at Setup Guides, where James Cole suggests adding a script that launches openbox before launching Chromium. However, the solution proposed there works only for Chromium and you'll have to set up a similar script for all applications you'd like to launch from XBMC.
Read the rest of this entry » I’ve been using a Logitech di Novo Mini keyboard on zuul, the new HTPC, for three weeks now.
There are plenty of reviews online, which you should read if you are thinking of buying one.
It is a multi-platform home-theater PC (HTPC) application.
Previously, I had configured the “Media” key in the lower right corner to switch between full screen and windowed mode, so I could access the normal Ubuntu desktop. They keymap for this key changed from On my HTPC, XBMC outputs sound over HDMI to a Panasonic TX-37LZD70 TV. However, there is a 2-second delay between when XBMC starts playing audio (music or video with sound), and when it actually outputs from the TV speakers.
Luckily there is an add-on called Advanced Launcher that you'll find under "System Get more" in XBMC, but even though this includes a Chromium launcher by default, it fails to launch anything properly.
Chromium is for instance launched without the maximize and close buttons, and on my first attempt, the URL bar was even gone.
Unfortunately these things happen, in the default configuration, at the local level.
If you have an XBMC unit in your living room and in your bedroom those two installations of XBMC don’t talk to each other.