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That seems strange.  I wouldn't go back to 1004.  1404 is the recommended install these days (and 1604 is likely working as well.)  The package dates you're seeing don't match with the latest version.  You're seeing the previous version.  I'll check the repo more thoroughly when I get home later today.

J.

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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Alexa and amazon echo skill
« on: Today at 02:16:34 pm »
Neato.  Definitely create an Issue in gitlab to track this stuff.  For minor changes you can simply pass the info or files to me.  I'll try to have a look at these initial issues when I get home from work later today.  Thanks!

J.

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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Alexa and amazon echo skill
« on: December 06, 2016, 08:49:07 pm »
:D

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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Alexa and amazon echo skill
« on: December 06, 2016, 06:12:52 pm »
Okay the OAuth2 implementation that was chosen some time ago is described here: https://bshaffer.github.io/oauth2-server-php-docs/cookbook/

I believe the appropriate files are all packaged into the lmce package 'lmce-oauth2-server'.  "apt-get install lmce-oauth2-server" on a core.

This will install the OAuth2 files in /var/www/lmce-admin/include/OAuth2/ and two files "oauth2-server.php" and "oauth2-token.php" in /var/www/lmce-admin/.  When the package installs it creates the database and the appropriate tables.

That's as far as that has made it.  Anything can change as far as configs, etc.

J.

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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Alexa and amazon echo skill
« on: December 06, 2016, 05:42:44 pm »
Awesome stuff!  I think you're right in line with conversations in the irc dev channel!  I'll get you some more info and a git account if polly/ochorocho hasn't been able to yet.  Send me a PM with your name/username/email and I'll get an account up.

Thanks!

J.

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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Alexa and amazon echo skill
« on: December 06, 2016, 04:37:27 pm »
I'll pass on the existing LMCE OAuth2 information when I get home later today.  You will be the first to use it so it is very likely to not be completely set up properly.  I will leave it to you to let me know what needs to be changed/altered in gitlab issues.  Thanks for this!

The other thing that we're going to need to look at is setting up a proper LMCE interface with Alexa.  I understand you have created some 'skills' or whatever they are called on the Amazon side and we'll need to get an official LMCE setup with Amazon.  We can discuss this more as we go forward.

My intent is to implement Alexa on the RPi for use with LMCE, although my time is split between a whole lot of things.

Thanks again!  Don't forget to get some git credentials and we'll setup a branch to store this stuff in.

J.

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Can you pastebin the output of the following on your 1204 core:
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apt-cache policy lmce-md-metaJ.

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New lmce packages were pushed to our repo, no idea why you wouldn't be seeing them off the top of my head.

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Users / Re: 'Diskless' Raspberry Pis are out in the wild!
« on: December 02, 2016, 03:18:09 pm »
No need to be sorry, very glad that things are working!

J.

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Installation issues / Re: Mythtv Setup issues
« on: December 01, 2016, 02:13:44 pm »
HDHomeRun units have been very successful for many people.  They are supported in MythTV quite easily if I remember correctly.

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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Alexa and amazon echo skill
« on: December 01, 2016, 02:11:21 pm »
Just a note, an OAuth2 server was just added to LMCE for initial integration and testing.  It'd be great if you could now shift to using the provided server and ensure it is functioning properly.  This server will be used for multiple cloud service authentications so needs to remain generic. 

Keep on playing and having fun!

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Thanks again for the feedback!  The issue is actually the addition of a package that is in the Ubuntu backports repo which was not included in the diskless script.  Hopefully the fix will hit the repo today.  Have fun and thanks again for reporting!

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An update will be out in a day or two that should fix the issue you are having.  Thanks for reporting it!

J.

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I'll try to recreate your issue.

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Users / Re: weather segfault
« on: November 22, 2016, 09:51:42 pm »
So two things.  First, WWO appears to no longer support a free api.  Second, OWM is segfaulting because it is trying to parse data that does not exist.  It is also not using the data that is provided to it, it appears to be hardcoded with a specific API key.  OWM needs a specific City ID (from a database at OWM) and does not work with city names.  Currently it always returns results for Orlando, Florida only, perhaps hard-coded but I'm not really sure here.

The long and short is that you will have to dig into the code to fix these issues if you want to make use of the weather interface.

J.

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