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Users / Re: Internet radio
« on: July 15, 2016, 10:06:21 pm »
All is working well for me here, I have an rpi setup with the rpi as squeezebox template and others, internet radio is working great here.

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Installation issues / Re: Compatible TVs
« on: July 15, 2016, 10:04:09 pm »
I have a Panasonic plasma, not going to help you there.  Many manufacturers do not seem to include control interfaces on their Ethernet ports now that CEC I'd the defacto standard for home control.  Commercial sets made for hotel chains have extensive control interface capabilities, but usually lack the picture quality of typical consumer gear.  If you don't need anything fancy then CEC control works very well from an rpi or a PulseEight adaptor.  My denon and panny both have rs232 control that I hadn't used since putting in the CEC control.

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Users / Re: Need some dedhticated testers.
« on: July 06, 2016, 07:27:19 am »
Wait a minute... does regenerate orbiter do shit for qorbiter?  I think I may have altered some things around that.  UpdateEntArea still happens for everything, but /me was pretty sure orbitergen didn't do anything for qOrbiters.  Definitely need some more info here.

J.

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Users / Re: Need some dedicated testers.
« on: July 03, 2016, 06:42:33 pm »
Also what is the weather plugin button?

When you install the weather plugin you get a scenario button in climate to take you to the weather information screen.

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Users / Re: Firewall, website admin
« on: July 01, 2016, 06:45:48 pm »
I can verify this problem.  It's a real pain in the ass.  https://git.linuxmce.org/linuxmce/linuxmce/issues/2684

J.

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Installation issues / Re: Denon Receiver Control over Ethernet
« on: June 30, 2016, 08:09:48 pm »
The denon CI series responds to the exact same commands over ethernet as it does over serial.  A few differences, your amp has to be set to not use 'low-power mode' or it will not respond to power on from the ethernet interface.  Use the AVR/AVC (Ethernet) device to control the denon over ethernet.  Your other option is to use HDMI-CEC control, which works great for me here.

J.

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Users / Re: Compatible GPU with GU2
« on: June 24, 2016, 01:44:51 am »
after install delet xconf and asound and it will re run avwizard

This will not cause AVWizard to run unless you are on a 1004 or non-upgraded 1204 system.  The proper way to get AVWizard is to choose 'Video Res & Audio Setup' from the orbiter or to run '/usr/pluto/bin/RebootWithAVWizard.sh' from the console.

J.

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Users / Re: What is compatible with LMCE?
« on: June 18, 2016, 10:03:15 pm »
That I cannot provide as I do not have a list.  Let's see what I can find:

Security:
Apex Destiny 6000
GE Interlogix
Power5020
VistaICM
ZWave
... any other that someone creates a driver for

Lighting:
DMX
ZWave
KNX
Hue
... any other that someone creates a driver for

Climate:
1-wire
KNX
ZWave
RadioThermostat
AprilAire
... any other that someone creates a driver for


Those are just the ones *I* know of, not necessarily comprehensive list.

J.

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Users / Re: What is compatible with LMCE?
« on: June 18, 2016, 09:00:52 am »
Mhm.  The security system would need a driver to interface with LinuxMCE, very few have that at the moment.  If you have information on the software interface then you could certainly attempt to create a device for it.  We can provide support/help to create a template for it but you'd have to do the 'heavy lifting' portions of it.

MAME is not supported in any installation at the moment.  MAME code has altered, and lmce code experimentation was happening....  so long story short: there is currently no built in MAME support on any version of LMCE.  If you'd like to pick up MAME dev we'd be happy to have contributions.  :)

J.

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE or Dianemo?
« on: June 17, 2016, 02:34:18 am »
You will see lots of lines like the one you describe when the databases are installed.  The sqlCVS system is transaction based and it works in chunks.  Good luck!

J.

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE or Dianemo?
« on: June 17, 2016, 12:13:47 am »
I cannot recreate the issue.  I installed ubuntu 14.04 i386 from here: http://releases.ubuntu.com/14.04/ubuntu-14.04.4-desktop-i386.iso, then ran the install script and everything installed in about an hour.  Rebooted the system and the LinuxMCE AV Wizard came up.  Completed the AV Wizard and the LinuxMCE Orbiter showed up on-screen.  Fully installed with no issues. 

J.

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE or Dianemo?
« on: June 16, 2016, 10:26:56 pm »
I will try to replicate the issue.  If I can then I'll be able to offer advice.

J.

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE or Dianemo?
« on: June 15, 2016, 07:37:46 am »
It really depends on what you want to do with your core.  If you're looking to only do home automation (ZWave/Insteon/Hue/etc) type control then your core does not need to be much at all.  If you check my signature link you will see everything that I'm running in my house, I use a small ARM based core.  In many ways it is comparable to my AMD Athlon X2, but not in all.

If you're going to hook anything to the system that *can* be processor or IO intensive (dvb cards, ip cameras) then you definitely want something that is AMD or Intel.  Intel processors with integrated graphics are well supported (according to user reports), there are some changes in the linux world regarding AMD graphics drivers so I wouldn't recommend that route at the moment.

In my sig link you'll see my NAS system, it used to be my core before I began experimenting with the odroid ARM device.

Almost anything that's out there in the PC world is sufficient (as long as it can run k/l/ubuntu).  Stay away from laptops and tablet type devices for a core, they work great as Orbiter controllers but not as a core.

So the horsepower really depends on what kind of ongoing processing you need.  I don't have an ip cams or video capture devices in my core, I can serve multiple HD streams to RPis and my living room MediaDirector (nvidia vdpau acceleration for video) with no issues.

I hope that helps a little.  System sizes can vary across the entire spectrum depending on your intended use.

J.

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE or Dianemo?
« on: June 14, 2016, 06:26:19 pm »
I was allways under the impression that we had to Install Kubuntu and net install LMCE and not Ubuntu.... I know they are similar, but just to make sure we don't lead the newbie down the wrong track....

You can install ubuntu/kubuntu or lubuntu, the lmce installer will ensure all appropriate elements are installed.

  • Since Andrew (From Dianemo) left the support/feedback for Dianemo is non existent on the Forum. LMCE you get helpful responses fairly quickly and almost allways more than one person willing to help

I would like to remind you that Andrew was stealing from CHT and fraudulently representing himself and the company on the forum here for nearly a year before he 'dissappeared' with a bunch of pre-order monies that had been intended to order what he called their new Open Source RPI system, which appears to have been a complete sham.

J.

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Developers / Re: HTTPS on WWW Server
« on: June 13, 2016, 07:36:21 am »
How is the wiki insecure? 

https://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Main_Page

If you choose the insecure version it would very well be insecure.  ;)

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