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  1. Well, so far so good, everything works except 1 or 2 things. Current one I'm stumped on is that I assigned a button on my remote the key "M". When watching a video, if I click that button it brings up the file list the video was from. But, if I use my Rii keyboard and click "M" the OSD pops up with the menu bar at the bottom for a few functions like downloading subtitles, changing the screen setting, etc... which is what "M" is supposed to do. So a bit stumped on that one... "M" on the remote envokes ??? (haven't figured it out yet) and "M" on a keyboard brings up the correct screen as per the
  2. Excellent... that worked, was able to power off/on. Forced an upgrade for firmware and haven't had the vanishing buttons occur yet, been watching a TV show, shutting down, powering on and testing again, watch a show and repeat to see if anything happens. Few more times and I can swap the drives out. Tested in OpenElec and seems to be working great there as well. :) Remote wise, there are a few buttons on there that EventGhost detected and was able to assign when I used that app, that this doesn't seem to detect at all. But for the most part, using the KODI screen to assign most buttons worked,
  3. I have the Flirc Streacom edition plugged into my media server. Was updating a few things today, small SSD drive and decided to give Ubuntu a try, but, nothing seemed to work... uninstalling LibreOffice fails, updates wouldn't work, couldn't get the Flirc install to work either. Never used Ubuntu/Linux before, but I know how to follow directions... just odd errors and such. Finally gave up, and tried OpenEllec instead. Installed, booted into KODI, no problem, but couldn't figure out how to get to the OS to install Flirc. Figured, if what I read was true, I could just hook up the old drive, b
  4. Ah gotcha... just need to test the onboard and hopefully I get some power. Thanks for the help.
  5. I guess I have 2 questions... 1 - for the motherboard, even if it has power to the USB port, does that mean it can power on with the flirc? Is there a name for that function I should be looking for in the specs? If I can make my old board work, that would be great, but no idea what that feature would be called. 2 - for the power... instead of voiding the warranty on the power supply, is there another option, like buying a cheap molex connector for $0.50 off eBay, connecting that to the PSU and using one of the wires on the adapter? Maybe some sort of male/female 3" extension dongle? Again, if
  6. Thanks for the information. Sadly my current board doesn't work for it, but the board I am looking at for the upgrade does.
  7. Hello... For a while now I've run my media server PC using an external HP Receiver, and has worked great, except the old board and external USB device mean I couldn't turn on my HTPC with my remote. Someone in the KODI forum recommended this, so just starting to gather info. I am looking at an ASRock H110M-ITX board, their support tech said that "Board has USB power (supply 5v) whiel system is off, this function is for charging USB decvices" but also said that they had no idea if it works with a device like this and to contact the manufacturer. Anyone know if the Flirc Streacom will run on thi
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