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As I believe I replied to you somewhere else, the " 2f" thing in page names is an artifact of the conversion process -- it's a slash ("/") in URLescape notation.  There should be no active pages with that in them by the time we're done.  And please, spend a little more time MediaWWiking around before you start making structural changes (like redirecting your Usertalk page -- from which you *will* be notified when someone send you a message) to a Talk page, from which you will not.  --[[User:Baylink|Baylink]] 22:56, 8 February 2006 (UTC)
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Hi, you seem to be the guy who wrote the Xebian E Images guide at http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/index.php/Xbox_Install_using_E_Images . If so, could you tell me what the "Using Standard Composite Out" requirement is all about? I have an RGB Scart cable and would really like it to be outputting an RGBs signal not composite; do you know if that's at all possible on Xebian? And would there be any problem using any of your images with it? Thanks. --[[User:Pepsi max2k|Pepsi max2k]] 11:42, 30 January 2008 (UTC)

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As I believe I replied to you somewhere else, the " 2f" thing in page names is an artifact of the conversion process -- it's a slash ("/") in URLescape notation. There should be no active pages with that in them by the time we're done. And please, spend a little more time MediaWWiking around before you start making structural changes (like redirecting your Usertalk page -- from which you *will* be notified when someone send you a message) to a Talk page, from which you will not. --Baylink 22:56, 8 February 2006 (UTC)

Hi, you seem to be the guy who wrote the Xebian E Images guide at http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/index.php/Xbox_Install_using_E_Images . If so, could you tell me what the "Using Standard Composite Out" requirement is all about? I have an RGB Scart cable and would really like it to be outputting an RGBs signal not composite; do you know if that's at all possible on Xebian? And would there be any problem using any of your images with it? Thanks. --Pepsi max2k 11:42, 30 January 2008 (UTC)