Sorry for being absent so long.
This week-end, i will begin the work for the .deb build of the last stable version 1.40
Further, i see there's a contrib/ directory in the project, i will propose that would build a .deb package automatically for Ubuntu/Debian users so that they even can build snapshot versions.
Acejam wrote:I ran the automatic install shell script against a fresh install of Ubuntu 11.10 Desktop x64. I shared one of my folders and was able to stream a 1080p MKV from my box to my Xbox 360. However, the playback stuttered a bit. The machine is connected at 100 Mbps across my local LAN, and I'm running plenty of power: Core i7 920 with HT (8 cores), 12GB RAM, etc.
Since I'm pretty sure CPU power is not to blame - could it be due to network issues? I have a Netgear gigabit switch that I can try out later tonight. I used to play MKV's on my old Windows 7 x64 machine with literally the exact same components, but I've now installed Linux. Previously on Windows, everything played back very smoothly, but I was also using my gigabit switch.
Another difference is that previously I played back to my PS3. However now, I'm playing back to my Xbox 360, which is one of the newer slim models with HDMI support.
EDIT: I just realized that my Xbox 360 is connected via wireless currently, using draft-N @ 65 Mbps. I will try plugging in an ethernet cable tonight!
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