I am grabbing the files now for archival purposes...
This dude says he has Intel SDK PC21.5 for Intel CE4100 Developer platform.
If that is the correct version, maybe someone could send him a pm and post to the thread asking him to share.
For anyone wanting to skip the home screen altogether and goto the Movies view on boot up, just edit
and after (line 2)
you need to add this lineCode:<window id="0">
If anyone figures out how to get the keymap to properly allow you to press Alt-W while in the movie list to toggle watched mode, please let me know. I've tried pretty much everything I could think of. This is the keycode
Just to note, you can create your own keymaps at /data/.boxee/UserData/keymaps/ so that you dont have to mess with the default ones.Code:CKeyboardStat, SDLKeyboard: scancode: 3, sym: 50, unicode: 50, modifier: 0 23:10:58.861 T:3071895328 M:493617152 DEBUG: CApplication::OnKey - [key=61538][window=10481][action=60] 23:10:58.862 T:3071895328 M:493617152 DEBUG: OnKey: 61538 pressed, action is 60
I am really pleased to see how this thread is slowly moving along - lots of tinkerers out there willing to get their hands dirty it seems. I'm pretty keen to dig in but I've not had time so far unfortunately.
While we're still stuck on the Intel CESDK issue, there are people out there that do have their hands on the SDK that might help - don't highlight them though as that will make it hard for them to "assist". I notice people even on this forum that do have access to it.
And while we are on the SDK topic, I'd like to make a call out to Boxee - what about PR27... and PC25. So Boxee have been throwing our attention towards Intel when Intel have in fact released a newer version of the SDK. Its likely true then that Boxee are themselves now to blame for not getting the updates to us. The smokescreen is slowly lifting and showing us all just how Boxee as a business behaves - their credibility is now drifting away along with many of their most supportive customers (me included). I urge you to communicate with your community and set the record straight.
As it stands it appears one of us may have to buy a CE4100 development board from Cocom to gain access to the PC25 and PR27 releases of the Intel SDK. Sadly these are very expensive - maybe we as a community could create a fund and all chip in a little so someone can buy it for us all. I'd happy throw in 50 bucks.
The Cocom CE4150 development kit is £399 British Pounds. That converts to roughly $633 USD. VAT and shipping not included. I'd be willing to put in $50. I would like to be assured that it will come with the right SDK version. What is this PR27?
I could easily buy a development Logitech Revue off ebay for $40. We don't really need the Cocom hardware. There is probably no way around that though, probably cannot purchase the SDK by itself.
Last edited by tronbrain; August 23rd, 2012 at 07:19 PM.
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