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Hi Erik, I'm not sure why you use indented blocks here (which become <pre> tags). If it's because of the background, and border, a template would be the better way. I'm writing one at the moment (on my private wiki), and will put it into action here as soon as done. Jae 14:23, 10 April 2006 (CEST)

Thanks, no reason really, I think it came with the text Munin transferred from the CMS. --Erik 22:55, 10 April 2006 (CEST)

That's what I surmised. --Jae 14:43, 12 April 2006 (CEST)

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should obviously be used in the text... --Jae 18:52, 26 July 2006 (CEST)

It's used on the Ember development page. --Erik 19:49, 6 September 2006 (CEST)

I don't know where else to ask about this. I have Ubuntu and downloaded and intalled the package. It put 2 icons in my menu but when I click on either one, I get one screen for a very short time and then it quits.

There's a forum here that might be better suited. I need to know a little bit more about your setup however: what version of ubuntu, what architecture you're running it on, your graphics card etc. It's might also be useful to run it from a console to see the output from it.--Erik 13:37, 12 October 2006 (CEST)

O.K. I'll check out the forum. I'm running Ubuntu 6.06. Amd 2400, Nvidia 440mx. I got this message from console: Description: Could not load gui, aborting. Make sure that all media got downloaded (currently this requires java 1.4+.. Stack unwinding: <<beginning of stack>> I have java webstart 1.4 in my menu so I'm assuming I have 1.4. I don't know anything about media files, I clicked on a download and got a package.

November 2008: I downloaded the Ember client for MS Windows from the link and found that when I ran it, I got an error: d3dx9_30.dll not found. How do I fix this? Thanks in advance, Bcent1234

You should really use the forums for these kinds of questions. The issue here is that you don't have a recent enough version of DirectX 9 installed. It should be downloadable from Microsoft. --Erik 10:16, 6 November 2008 (CET)