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I just got an incoming number working with and am getting it set up.

One problem that I am experiencing is that if I place an outside call in to LinuxMCE and wait until it goes to the prompts, the system will not recognize any of my touch tone inputs.
I have tried from two different cell phones.
I do not have a landline to test this from.
Is anyone else experiencing this problem?

I'm on a fully updated and recent snapshot.


After digging around and looking at settings recommended by my VoIP provider (, I was able to fix this issue by doing the following:
1) Launch FreePBX (From the WebAdmin, Advanced/Configuration/Phones Setup)
2) Select Trunks
3) Select the Trunk in question
4) Under Incoming Settings/USER Details, change:
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The script has been modified to reflect the above changes and submitted for inclusion.

I'm having a weird issue with my audio that I can't seem to find the answer to anywhere.

Computer at issue is an MD with an MCP51 onboard sound card (SigmaTel STAC9227).
When running the AV Wizard I get no sound.  While the test sound file is playing, I CAN hear it if I switch to any other terminal; tty2, tty3, etc...
Upon completing the AV Wizard and running the MD, which runs perfectly other than this issue, the same problem persists.  For example, if I launch MythTV I have no sound but as soon as I switch to another terminal, I can hear the MythTV Audio.
KDE Desktop exhibits the same symptoms.
I have had this specific computer working

Here's where it gets even weirder.
I have another MD with the same hardware and I don't have this issue.  The only hardware difference is that on the non-working MD, I have added in a nVidia 8400 graphics card.
The ONLY difference that I can find between the two is that when I pull up Alsamixer and hit F2, I can see that on the working MD I am running ALSA Version 1.0.17.  On the non-working MD, it shows that Alsa Version 1.0.23 is running AND that it was compiled for kernel 2.6.27-17-generic.
Why would these two identical MDs have different ALSA versions?  I have not manually changed ALSAs at all.  Furthermore, could this version difference explain this bizarre scenario?

Any and all help/pointers are greatly appreciated!

Users / Changing PK_Users Setting on existing RAID with media
« on: December 12, 2009, 06:45:42 am »
I have a RAID 5 on my Core.  It was initially set up under 7.10.  Since the upgrade to 8.10, the PK_Users has been changed to Public and the Filesystem is being reported as cifs. 

I would like to change the PK_Users setting to "Use LMCE's Directory Structure" but I wanted to know if this is going to affect my existing media on that RAID. 

As stated, it was originally set up under 7.10 and as such, it is configured with the normal public|user/data/etc... LMCE directory structure.  The array is currently symlink'ed from /home/public/data/other/Software Raid [35].

Also, why is LMCE seeing this drive as having a filesystem of cifs?  Is this going to negatively affect any part of the system?  I haven't noticed anything odd that might be attributed to this...  A "df -T" shows that the filesystem is ext3.

Any help/advice/comments is/are greatly appreciated and thanks in advance!


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