Keith, it doesn't work with a single core.Jazman wrote:It still doesn't make sense why you would specifically prohibit from running without a dual core.
It's more than just a graphic. It denotes when you can use the jukebox. There may be a switch to disable it (there used to be.) If it isn't still available I'll add a switch to turn it off in the next release. For now if it bothers you that much make a one pixel black bmp and name it watermark.bmp. Then put it in the resources directory in watermark I believe (not sitting at machine.)Jazman wrote:1. How do I turn off the "Nucore" logo that appears on the attract mode screens? I know you guys are proud of your work, but I don't want to see that all the time. If you guys have it on a boot up splash screen, that would be fine. I also wouldn't care if it was on the service menus. But definitely not during any screen that would show during normal operation. If I buy a replacement translite, I don't expect to see "The Pinball Factory" or "Illinois Pinball" somewhere on it.
You'll have to edit the proper kernel boot line in menu.lst. search for ubuntu quiet boot on google.Jazman wrote:2. This is more of an Ubuntu question... I've used other distros of Linux for some equipment at work and there is the ability to cover the bootup text with a splash screen so you don't see all the text during power up. Usually, if you need to see it, you would just press escape to do so. But, normally, you would just get a nice clean boot splash. Does the Ubuntu version you are using have such a thing? Can you send me a link to how I might enable that?
You can do it now but it is a manual setup. I will post what you need to do on the nucore side to make it happen. On the ubuntu side you will have to access a network share that contains mp3 files.Jazman wrote:3. You said that the jukebox could access a music library on a network drive. However, I don't see any instructions on how to set that up. All I could find what how to add music locally with a USB stick. Did I not read the instructions thoroughly or is that just not described yet?