To remove the black borders on your TV, add the folowing line to the /boot/config.txt file using leafpad:cubii wrote:Hi Thanks for this image,
I had the internet problem, but after deleting the things you mentioned it worked smoothly.
But how can i change the overscan settings?
I have blck boarders around the screen, even if my tv says it gets a 1080p signal.
The monitor settings applications speaks about something less (1075xsomething)
And how can i autostart xbmc?
OS = raspbian, a wheezy fork.jhallenb wrote:Hi,
Is this based on the squeeze or wheezy version?
Is it possible to start xbmc as standalone?
Have you/would you mind to create a guide how to compile XBMC from source?
Are there any license issues using this image? or does the standard XBMC license apply.
Thanks. I'll pick one up today and give it a try.Athmo wrote:The card is a 8Gb Kingston Ultimate X 100X class 10stevhorn5 wrote:Athmo,
What brand, speed etc SD card did you use? I tried my 8gb card but it was slightly too small for your image.
hi,Athmo wrote:For everyone looking for a Raspbian image with XBMC installed, you can download mine.
http://raspberrypi.lyramic.com/files/ra ... -07-21.zip
It's the pisces r3 image with XBMC build from source (15 alpha 4)
Unfortunately it's a 8Gb image, i don't have a smaller one.
Everything is running smooth and faster than ever.
The pi is running at 900Mhz, no overvolting.
The image boots right into the desktop, you can launch the mediacenter with the icon there, or change the /etc/profile file.