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cokeman2

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#22236 21-May-2008 10:33
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hey guys

i been looking at the popcorn forum site for sum answers ....which juke boxs is the easiest to install and to work with

theres a few around now "yet another juke box", my little juke box ",new movie collector the real juke boxs "

i been having promblems mapping drives ,and command lines

any help be appreciated







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Dawg
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  #138405 16-Jun-2008 15:57
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Hi Cokeman,

What option did you settle on in the end?
I have just had a go with Movieportal and Movie Juke box applications.

I prefered the design of Moviejuke box.  I had no problems with my shares, they worked first time. 
I had issues with movie manager extreme.  Took a bit of coming to terms with.

I havn't got it completely working yet - But havn't spent alot of time just yet.

Cheers Shane

 
 
 

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cokeman2

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  #138463 16-Jun-2008 17:17
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thanks for the reply finally after weeks of nothing lol

well i ve tryed all of them and i fail to get the drive mapped up as i havent got a internal drive in the popcorn, i stream them using  "myihomeserver" which works  brilliantly....

i have made websites using dreamweaver and even hosted the site by WAMP5 on my server pc ....so i thought making the jukebox would be easy  , but i fail at mapping them up ...if u can briefly tell me which one u used(moviebox) and just the basics of mapping them up

thanks




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