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If anyone else is interested please have a look at: This is my new URL since changing ISP*** Its aimed at beginners, but hopefully gives enough info to get a system up and running properly. One small shortcut; you could have hooked up the 320GB drive before installing CC.

Thanks to all previous posters that have silently pointed me in the right direction (Patrick Dixon & Randytsuch) and who's work and information I have blatantly plagiarised!! It's easy to detect, format, and configure any extra drives during the install. I find it very convinient to have slimserver and my music collection on a seperate machine, so it is not dependent on my main PC. Mick, Just had a look at your site and it has inspired me to have a go at building a system just like it - I hope this is ok with you.

I now have alienbbc running :) Took ages to compile mplayer but I only have a 600Mhz. Thanks Mick you have inspired me to build my own Mini Atx.

One question which I have googled without much success, is how do I play I-tunes files? A mistake I made was not buying low profile memory, so the media tray no longer fits.

I notice that SS does not play them without I-tunes installed, How have you got round this? A mistake I made was not buying low profile memory, so the media tray no longer fits. I'm checking with the memory supplier to find out if I can exchange otherwise I might have to take a hack saw to the media tray to get it in :( One question, I don't seem to have a cable to attach the 2.5" disk to the motherboard, any ideas what I should be looking for?

Cheers Chris I don't use i Tunes, but I'm assuming the i Tune library has to be on the same computer as the i Tunes software(? If you install mplayer you'll be able to play aac files (not those purchased from the itunes store though) and as a bonus you'll also be halfway towards getting Alien BBC to work. I'm checking with the memory supplier to find out if I can exchange otherwise I might have to take a hack saw to the media tray to get it in :( One question, I don't seem to have a cable to attach the 2.5" disk to the motherboard, any ideas what I should be looking for? David Hi, I think something like this maybe the converter thing you are after.

I don't think it is so much to do with journeling as much as stuff like logging, etc.) If not the Slim Server settings appear to allow you to point to the location of the i Tunes library when i Tunes isn't on the same computer as Slim Server - see: Home / Server Settings / i Tunes A posting on the Clark Connect forum seems to suggest getting a i Tunes server to work under Clark Connect is possible (but it does sound a bit complicated, see: Search for the thread on installing Alien BBC on Clark Connect which includes the instructions for installing mplayer. thread has also got me got me thinking about having a crack at low power server. I must have been lucky with my standard RAM as it fitted fine under the tray (not much head room but it cleared ok) For the 2.5" drive I used a cable similar to this one: Cat=0&Number=88859&an=0&page=0#Post88859 Hope that helps a bit... Module No=28724 A quick tip on plugging the cable on to the 2.5" drive (as you could plug the cable in both ways on the one I got) - The No.1 pin (red stripe on cable) goes towards the cable select jumpers - see build photos on my site.It's the oldest, slowest (500MHz) and cheapest of the lot, but works fine with Slimserver, FLAC transcoding to WAV, running Samba file serving and CUPS printer sharing.The OS is Gentoo Linux, which I recommend if your a tweaker who's happy with the command line and wants to learn a bit more about Linux.

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