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Users / Re: Unable to ssh to my pi
« on: January 27, 2016, 01:50:46 am »
Have you tried the default user for the RPI2: username is pi with the password being raspberry.

Users / Re: Mini-PCs and Compute Sticks - initial thoughts
« on: January 26, 2016, 01:51:50 am »
Sorry guys, been having some medical issues that needed to be dealt with before I could dedicate time to this small project of mine. Some neck and nerve issues that hopefully will be done and over with soon. I installed LMCE on a RPI2 and will be hopefully logging in some dedicated time the next few days. I have a few RPI2 as media servers already so I am hoping to control them via LMCE and then see what issue arise from using LMCE from the RPI2 to control media that is on another RPI2. If anyone has done more with the RPI 1 or 2, please do not hesitate to let me know so I can compare some notes.

Users / Re: Mini-PCs and Compute Sticks - initial thoughts
« on: December 26, 2015, 12:31:16 am »
O I know what it can do. I spent 15 years in the home automation business and fell in love with LMCE years ago. But you are right, the inconsistency is what has hurt it, specifically in the media area. I went from the automation industry to the IT industry around 5 years ago. And you are right about the usefulness of devices such as the RPI. I have 5 in the house and 2 of them are being used as servers, and the other 3 are media players. I have another that I will be installing LMCE on to see if I can get it to integrate with the others. I also have some RTI and Elan pieces that I am working with to see if I can get the software on each to talk to LMCE. As I said, I fell in love with the LMCE software years ago; I am in no way doubting the ability of the software.

Users / Re: Mini-PCs and Compute Sticks - initial thoughts
« on: December 24, 2015, 11:55:48 pm »
I like where you are going with this. With almost everything in the home automation industry going to these types of devices, having LMCE to be able to use these devices will help in bringing LMCE up to par with the industry. I am trying out a few IoT devices out such as the RPI2 and other SBCs over the holiday and will see if I can get them working.

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