As usual please use the Updater script to update your system with this update and any pending Ubuntu updates too.
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This update fixes a number of small bugs, fixes some layout issues in the UI and now supports Kmotion too. If you have configured Kmotion security cameras in Web Admin your new Athena Orbiter will display a 'Cameras' button in the top bar for any rooms you have elected to make them accessible in.
Please run the Updater script as usual to install this update and any un-installed Ubuntu updates too.
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Andrew I fail to see how adding an RPi costs only $35 and find this suggestion to be very misleading to the point of this being false advertising.
The pi itself cannot be cannot be acquired for $35. The pi itself is $35USD + taxes and shipping, this comes to greater than $50CDN dollars for a pi in hand. An SD card is required ~$10, a power supply is required ~$10, an additional license is required ~$100 (something you fail to mention above). So with taxes and shipping and the required additional pieces adding an RPi2 MD or UPnP Media Player costs upwards of ~$170USD each. That is a *very* far from your suggestion of $35 to add an MD.
Just a query about the above FAQ.
Q: Will a Dianemo-Rpi2 Core/NC support a local MD & HDMI audio?
While the Rpi2 hardware will definitely support HDMI audio we do not currently plan to support MD functionality on the Core/NC itself. We don't think the performance will be adequate (we may revise this if tests prove performance is not a problem). But since adding another Rpi2 as an MD or as a UPnP Media player is simple and only costs an additional $35 USD we feel that’s an acceptable limitation.
will there be a different image for the Rpi2 as an MD? Will this license cover the Rpi2 as UPnP Media player?