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Post Posted: Wed Jun 27, 2007 6:55 pm   
Post subject: Optionally Headless Booting into Xebian
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I need some help to achieve the following setup. I have an Xbox with Xebian and XBMC installed. I want XBMC as the default dashboard. But I would also like to start Xebian sometimes. I would like to be able to do this without having to turn on the TV or plug in a controller. How can I do that?

I thought I could just use the Xebian boot disc to do this, but when I try to boot from it, it just displays two lines with a version number and nothing more happens. There is no error message. I had the same problem with the Xebian Live CD. I had to use XBMC to start Cromwell as an application and then boot the Live CD from there. Any idea how I can fix this?

Or alternatively, is there some other way than using a boot disc that I can use to tell the Xbox to start Xebian without having to plug in a controller or turn on the screen? (The remote control receiver is usually plugged in though, but I don't want to have to remember how to press 5 buttons in the correct order to start Xebian without looking at the screen Wink)


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