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Users / Re: Finally fixed a long standing issue with Asterisk
« on: June 20, 2010, 08:20:28 pm »
I am glad to here that this is not present in new installs. 

This does bring up a question.  How do we ensure that with updates, we are getting the benefits of all of the developers hard work?

Thanks for all of your hard work.

Users / Re: Finally fixed a long standing issue with Asterisk
« on: June 20, 2010, 04:47:50 pm »
It is commented out.

Users / Re: Finally fixed a long standing issue with Asterisk
« on: June 20, 2010, 03:53:06 pm »
I updated two days ago, and then yesterday as well.  It appears that the updates did not modify the modules.conf file. 

I try to update every few weeks, so I am positive that the system was updated several times between this update and the time that I figured out how to fix it. 

I have been searching the this forum and many other forums, never thought to search trac. 

If it matters, I have had this issue for a long time, but life had just got in the way of trying to fix it.  I am glad to hear that it is fixed. 

Would the modules.conf file get modified on a regular update?

I moved the modules.conf to modules.conf.working and tried to see if the corrected modules.conf would get recreated on a reinstall, but

reinstalled asterisk and pluto-asterisk  and modules.conf was not recreated.  I am not sure if I am doing it correctly. 

but when I reinstalled asterisk it appears to be pulling from:

Get:1 intrepid-updates/universe asterisk 1: [2456kB]

which looks like the wrong place to capture the changes.

What should the /etc/apt/sources.list look like?

I am using this post as a resource, please let me know if this is incorrect.

I apologize if these questions already answered, but I will try to get any information that is needed.


Users / Finally fixed a long standing issue with Asterisk
« on: June 20, 2010, 03:20:02 am »
I am posting a problem that I had in case any one else is having the same issues.  Asterisk was not loading and has not been loading for quite some time.  Here is a list of the errors that I was getting when trying to load asterisk.

I am using Broadvoice and 8.10 Beta2.

Linuxmce Logs /var/log/pluto/18_Asterisk.log

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06/19/10 8:08:07.235            socket creation failed. <0xb69f
01      06/19/10 8:08:12.235            socket creation failed. <0xb69f
01      06/19/10 8:08:17.234            socket creation failed. <0xb69f

Main Error message that I was getting with running: 
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sudo asterisk -vv => (Sound File Playback Application)
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::length_error'
  what():  vector::_M_fill_insert
Aborted (core dumped)

I finally found a like that actually lead me to the fix.

I had to modify the /etc/asterisk/modules.conf file by adding the following:
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noload =>
I have found some bug messages that talk about this issues with driver for Viocetronix Cards:

Unfortunately, the bug states that it is fixed in Fixed in version vpb-driver/4.2.26-1 and the version in Beta2 is
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sudo dpkg -l libvpb*
 libvpb0        4.2.32-1       

so, I not entirely sure if this is only an issue for me, but for me this is completely reproducible.  I can cause asterisk to core dump by committing out the fix above.  I am still testing to see if there is any fall out from this fix, but at least I am able to get asterisk to register with Broadvoice.
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NotifyPeersStatus status:

Is any one else having this issue and can anyone think of any unintended consequences of not loading this driver?


Installation issues / Re: Cancel the Wizard?
« on: September 27, 2009, 03:07:47 am »
here was the forum post I was referring to:

also it is
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modprobe snd-dummy
hyphen not underscore.


Installation issues / Re: Cancel the Wizard?
« on: September 27, 2009, 12:58:51 am »
modprobe snd_dummy

I believe this is right. There is an old forum post about this with instructions on how to load at boot also, just search the forum

Installation issues / Re: DYNDNS Setting
« on: March 22, 2009, 02:53:13 pm »

I think you are making things a lot harder then they need.  I am running several website from my core, and I do not have remote access enabled.  It is my understanding that remote access is mainly for ssh access to your core.  I also have not made any other changes to the default configuration for firewall and port forwarding than the standard configuration. 

I would leave apache on 80 as this port is already set up to allow incoming connections.  As, for dyndns, you can always log in to their site and it will tell where the url is pointing to, ie which IP address.  I believe it also determines what IP address you are accessing their site from and if you are on your network it should show the External IP.  At least it does for me.  This may allow you to bypass the issue jondecker76 is referring to.

My setup is as follows:

cable-->cable modem-->LinuxMCE Core--->internal LAN

Apache:  No special changes to Ports, I only changed/added entries in sites-available  and added symlinks into sites-enabled

I did not mess around with any port forwarding or enabled Outside access

I hope this helps.

Developers / Re: Any Asterisk Info?
« on: February 08, 2009, 08:01:16 pm »
Does anybody ever search the wiki any more:

Users / Re: Need some help with channel change on cable box
« on: February 06, 2009, 07:41:41 pm »
/usr/pluto/bin/ 1 75 is likely wrong

The wiki explains this:  /usr/pluto/bin/ [device id] [video source id]
[device id] is the device that needs to be changed, ie cable box not the USB-UIRT
[video source id] is the source associated with a list of channels available on this device

may guess is the numbers above are reversed.  ie 75 1 

Users / Re: Problems with MCE remote
« on: December 13, 2008, 08:25:33 pm »
The first thing that I noticed, is you do not have a receiver set up from the admin shot.  If you are using the MCE receiver then select mce_usb2.


Users / Re: Pluto orbiter program for windows Ce
« on: December 13, 2008, 08:14:46 pm »
You have to use the image Thom made.  The os is different.  Thom's image overwrites the flash drive, so just be aware of this.  I have two these things and they are awesome.

The latest image has to be copied to a USB flash drive and then boot from the flash drive.  Worked like a charm once I figured that out.


Try the information listed here, it is for small fonts, but should be able to make the necessary changes.


Marketplace / Re: Orbiters on ebay!!! get em while they're hot.
« on: October 25, 2008, 06:14:58 am »
I am running into the same problem.  I noticed that the Tablets come with Windows CE 5.00 and not the Windows CE.Net version.  Would these be compatible?

Users / Re: Movies in Kubuntu
« on: October 22, 2008, 05:54:04 am »
xine -pfhq --no-splash dvd:/video/ripped/whatever.dvd

works fine for me.  you have to put the full path to dvd,


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