If your TV supports CEC, you should be able to control XBMC via your TV remote control. Doesn't that work?effemmeffe wrote:if I disconnect the wifi how do I control XBMC?
I still doubt that this will improve performance significantly. LXDE has a negligible footprint compared with any current web browser.rurwin wrote:Now I'm at home I have tested the twm solution.
Have you already tried a different SD card? My RPi is overclocked to 900 Mhz, and I am using a Samsung MB-SP8GA SD card. No issues with that card so far, and it has good performance for the price: 19.4 MB/s read throuput and 19.8 MB/s write throuput ...xnosek00 wrote:NOT OVERLOCKED, but still unstable.
If you have installed a program named "terminology", this would be correct.sam_p_lay wrote:MAA1612 - thanks, I'm gonna try that now! Just create .xinitrc with a single line:
Yes in your home directory. "~" is just an alias for /home/<username>.sam_p_lay wrote:MAA1612, where would I create that file? In /home? I've seen the ~/. before - what does it mean?