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Step-by-Step Installing/Configuring TVHeadend on Raspbian

Posted: July 10, 2013 16:42 by James Simpson Categories: Raspberry Pi Comments: 0

Well, some of the other posts on this blog have looked at configuring Raspbmc to work with my media setup. I’d been using the TVCatchup add-on for XBMC to great effect for a while in order to get TV in the various rooms around the house. However, I was experiencing some audio-sync problems occasionally, plus […]

Raspbmc and my LG Remote Control Mappings

Posted: April 28, 2013 09:25 by James Simpson Categories: Raspberry Pi Comments: 0

Having recently decided to use Raspbmc as my system of choice in my bedroom, I thought it was time to ensure that the system could be controlled via a remote control. The system was hooked up to a LG 32LE3300 with its original remote being the one I wanted to use. Now, I had already […]

Mounting a Partition from an Image File that Contains Multiple Partitions

Posted: April 1, 2013 14:35 by James Simpson Categories: Linux, Raspberry Pi Comments: 0

Recently I had been messing around with my Raspberry Pi devices that I have. I was having an issue with one of them seemed to be related to power. As it turns out it actually had errors in the root filesystem. I wrote a quick post about this – see here. I decided to post […]

Error Checking the Root File System on Raspbian

Posted: March 3, 2013 10:49 by James Simpson Categories: Raspberry Pi Comments: 0

Recently I upgraded the packages and the kernels on my Raspberry Pi. All seemed to go well. I rebooted the RPi and checked the dmesg logs. Things weren’t looking quite so good here. There appeared to be power related issues. I though this was a little odd considering that all was good before the upgrade. […]