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#1 skinnyrat

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Posted 08 April 2003 - 12:48 PM

as above,really lost

#2 racingclub

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Posted 08 April 2003 - 06:07 PM

have a look at this - read it properly grr.gif

Should Make It All Clear!!!

#3 K-LIVE

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Posted 08 April 2003 - 06:18 PM

whats going on man.

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Posted 08 April 2003 - 06:47 PM

ko you have to make 3 New Folder ,Pictures, Music, Video on your F dive. and put all your video in the video folder and. all your mp3 in the music folder. an pic go in the pic folder

ko copy an paste this it should work. hope this help



<configuration>

<media>

<map>C:,Harddisk0Partition2</map>
<map>E:,Harddisk0Partition1</map>
<map>F:,Harddisk0Partition6</map>


<local>
<!-- remove the asterisks to set local ip address and gateway statically -->
<address*>192.168.1.3</address*>
<subnet*>255.255.255.0</subnet*>
<gateway*>192.168.1.1</gateway*>
<nameserver>192.168.1.175</nameserver>
<playlists>e:playlists</playlists>
<thumbnails>e:thumbs</thumbnails>
<bookmarks>e:bookmarks</bookmarks>
<imdb>e:imdb</imdb>
</local>

<!-- specify as many shares as you like, note the format for each type of share -->
<!-- Note: XNS shares are created using RelaX, SMB shares are Windows shared folders -->
<!-- for each share you can specify the cache buffer size, note that this is optional -->
<music>
<share>
<name>Network (XBMSP)</name>
<url>xbmsp://192.168.0.1/mymusic</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>Network (XNS)</name>
<url>c:sharedmusic@192.168.1.2</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>Network (SMB)</name>
<url>smb://username:password@Solvision/mokkalaptop/music</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>HDD</name>
<url>f:music</url>
</share>
<share>
<name>DVDROM (UDF)</name>
<url>d:</url>
</share>
<share>
<name>DVDROM (ISO9660)</name>
<url>iso9660:</url>
</share>
</music>

<pictures>
<share>
<name>Network (XBMSP)</name>
<url>xbmsp://192.168.0.1/pictures</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>Network (XNS)</name>
<url>c:sharedpictures@192.168.1.2</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>Network (SMB)</name>
<url>smb://username:password@Solvision/mokkalaptop/pictures</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>HDD</name>
<url>f:pictures</url>
</share>
<share>
<name>DVDROM (UDF)</name>
<url>d:</url>
</share>
<share>
<name>DVDROM (ISO9660)</name>
<url>iso9660:</url>
</share>
</pictures>

<videos>
<share>
<name>Network (XBMSP)</name>
<url>xbmsp://192.168.0.1/videos</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>Network (XNS)</name>
<url>c:sharedvideos@192.168.1.2</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>Network (SMB)</name>
<url>smb://username:password@Solvision/mokkalaptop/videos</url>
<cachesize>256</cachesize>
</share>
<share>
<name>HDD</name>
<url>f:videos</url>
</share>
<share>
<name>DVDROM (UDF)</name>
<url>d:</url>
</share>
<share>
<name>DVDROM (ISO9660)</name>
<url>iso9660:</url>
</share>
</videos>

<!-- only HDD app shares are supported -->
<apps>
<share>
<name>HDD</name>
<url>f:appsshortcuts</url>
</share>
</apps>

<!-- application bookmarks are optional -->
<applications>
<bookmark>
<name>Emulators</name>
<path>f:appsemulators</path>
</bookmark>
<bookmark>
<name>Utilities</name>
<path>f:appsutils</path>
</bookmark>
</applications>

<extensions>
<music>sc|mpa|wav|wma|ogg|mp3|m3u</music>
<videos>ifo|mov|qt|divx|vob|pva|wmv|asf|asx|ogm|m2v|avi|bin|dat|mp2|mpg|mpeg</videos>
</extensions>

<dashboard>xboxdash.xbe</dashboard>
<shutdowntime>0</shutdowntime>
<sensitivity>0.2</sensitivity>
<xnsbuffer>8192</xnsbuffer>

<!-- remove the asterisks from the language element to specify language otherwise -->
<!-- XBMP will try to autodetect it based on your dashboard settings -->
<language*>21</language*>

<subtitleencoding>UTF-8</subtitleencoding>
<!-- Set this to true to use Mediacommon-font.ttf as UI font -->
<!-- don't forget to copy the truetype font to your xbox!!! -->
<usettfuifont>false</usettfuifont>

<!-- Screen saver setting in seconds (0=disable it) -->
<screensaver>0</screensaver>

<!-- snapstream server -->
<snapstreamserver>192.168.0.1</snapstreamserver>
<snapstreamuser>common</snapstreamuser>

<!-- prefill cache before start playing in % -->
<precache>10</precache>
</media>

</configuration>



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Posted 08 April 2003 - 08:24 PM

did that work your u.

#6 skinnyrat

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Posted 09 April 2003 - 09:10 AM

i tried pasteing it in as it was and that didnt work and i changed the ip address to match my xbox and the gateway also,and that didnt work either,i really appreiate the help people are giving me,and sorry for being such hard work,but hopefully ill get there,when i open up xbmp and select videos i get to see 6 folders saying dvd rom and various shares,should a new video folder be there also,with my films in?.like i say thanks guys but its back over to you, jester.gif

#7 dssripper

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Posted 09 April 2003 - 09:37 AM

Get a program called XBMPED.
It makes configuring xbmp a breeze.

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#8 skinnyrat

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Posted 09 April 2003 - 10:42 AM

i tryed that as well and couldnt get my monkey head around that either ,it wouldnt install , got an error

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Posted 09 April 2003 - 08:41 PM

I don't think you can just cut and paste all of that, because this forum removes backslashes?

K-Live, maybe if you sent it to skinnyrat in a text file.

But really skinnyrat, I think YOU need to decide where to put all your folders (mine are all on the e drive), and then edit the config.xml to point to those folders. It's not complicated.




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