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Users / Re: Death threats directed at me.
« on: October 17, 2008, 11:41:54 pm »
There's one thing you can do with death threads: go to the police. It's good for them to have stuff on record. Even if they don't and/or can't do anything about it before you're dead (God forbid).

On the other hand, those people that hide behind a monitor and thing they're cool by picking up on people, they only care about titles. If you strip any chance for them to be called "cool" because of their actions, they'll... probably not stop, but instead go onto highschool shootings and then kill themselves, thinking that they're fighting for their precious _title_. Not that it means anything to the rest of the world, but it means a lot to them, and they think that taking their title away is like taking their lives, jobs, home, etc. away from them.

Only if stupidity hurt... but it doesn't. Actually, those are the people that suffer the least.

182
Users / Re: GA-73PVM-SH2 as diskless MD
« on: June 01, 2008, 05:09:07 pm »
I've find why the MD allwyas create a news ID and config.
I think it is an issue with this motherboard because the MAC address change on each reboot !!
I suppose the solution is to add an another lan card because there no bios update, for the moment, resolving this.

Hi, I have a theory that sounds like this:

Maybe this is intentional, and there's something in the Windows driver that generates a permanent MAC address for the card at install time. Possible abuse of the MAC pool so they can safely ship the same MAC to more than one customer across the world.

Can you install Windows and see if it changes the behavior in any way?

183
Developers / Re: Java/ J2ME mobile orbiter
« on: February 28, 2008, 12:48:33 pm »
the sdp lookup is finished.. needs more testing (e.g. test if it breaks the symbian orbiter [it should not]).
The patch for BD is here: http://svn.charonmedia.org/trac.cgi/browser/home/hari/bt-test/BD-javamo.patch
The patch has been included in the LinuxMCE tree. I split the .h into two files: a .h and a .cpp, because I don't like functional code in headers :) but that's the only modification I made.

The code was tested with a Windows Mobile phone and a Nokia Symbian phone, and it worked fine.

184
Developers / Re: Supporting the ACT Solutions ZCU201 USB Z-wave Interface
« on: February 18, 2008, 02:51:35 pm »
...
could you please try again with revision 1494 of the spcp8x5 driver fro m charonmedia?

Can you enable remote access for me?
I sent you the details in a private message.

185
Developers / Re: Supporting the ACT Solutions ZCU201 USB Z-wave Interface
« on: February 18, 2008, 12:05:57 pm »
could you please provide the error output and information from the logfile?

I updated the driver with the latest sources just now and ran the ZWave device. I can't attach the log to this post (forum gives an error when I attempt to do so), so I'm posting it inline.

ZWave log
Quote
ZWave, v.2.0.0.44.0802052200
Visit www.plutohome.com for source code and license information

10   02/18/08 2:54:08.910      Device: 63 starting.  Connecting to: localhost <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:08.916      Setting timeout for socket 3 to 20 <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:08.973      Socket::SendMessage type 5 id 37 from 63 to -1000 <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:09.069      TranslateSerialUSB found /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:04.0/usb4/4-1/4-1:1.0/ttyUSB1/ttyUSB1, returning /dev/ttyUSB1 <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:09.069      Using serial port: ttyUSB1. <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:09.081      SerialConnection::connect init serial mutex <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:09.081      receive thread created OK!!!! <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:09.081      entry point receiveFunction <0x41001950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:09.291      ++++++++++++ ZWave is connected <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:09.291      ### Run Current Job  <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:09.347      SerialConnection::send lock serial mutex <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:09.347      SerialConnection::send len = 2 buf = 0x00 0x15  <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:09.347      SerialConnection::send unlock serial mutex <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:14.023      ### Go to timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:14.023      ### execute the next job from timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:14.023      ZWJobInitialize::timeoutHandler <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:14.083      SerialConnection::send lock serial mutex <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:14.083      SerialConnection::send len = 2 buf = 0x00 0x15  <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:14.083      SerialConnection::send unlock serial mutex <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:19.031      ### Go to timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:19.031      ### execute the next job from timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:19.031      ZWJobInitialize::timeoutHandler <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:19.091      SerialConnection::send lock serial mutex <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:19.147      SerialConnection::send len = 2 buf = 0x00 0x15  <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:19.147      SerialConnection::send unlock serial mutex <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:19.499      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:19.559      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:19.615      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:19.675      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
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35   02/18/08 2:54:22.815      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:22.875      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:22.931      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:22.987      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.047      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
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35   02/18/08 2:54:23.287      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.347      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.407      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.467      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.527      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.587      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.647      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.707      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.767      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.827      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.887      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:23.947      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.007      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:24.007      ### Go to timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:24.007      ### skip the next job from timeout queue <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.007      ----- INIT ---- 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.007      ----- INIT ---- 2 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.067      -------- 3 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.067      SerialConnection ------------- asa 1 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.219      SerialConnection ------------- asa 2 <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:24.219      waiting for thread to finish <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.319      exit receiveFunction : nr. of reads 49 <0x41001950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:24.319      thread finished <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.320      SerialConnection ------------- asa 3 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.320      SerialConnection ------------- asa 4 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.320      -------- 4 <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:24.320      Socket::SendMessage type 5 id 37 from 63 to -1000 <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:24.365      TranslateSerialUSB found /sys/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:04.0/usb4/4-1/4-1:1.0/ttyUSB1/ttyUSB1, returning /dev/ttyUSB1 <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:24.365      Using serial port: ttyUSB1. <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:24.376      SerialConnection::connect init serial mutex <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:24.376      receive thread created OK!!!! <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.376      entry point receiveFunction <0x40800950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.588      ++++++++++++ ZWave is connected <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:24.595      ### Run Current Job  <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:24.655      SerialConnection::send lock serial mutex <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:24.655      SerialConnection::send len = 2 buf = 0x00 0x15  <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:24.655      SerialConnection::send unlock serial mutex <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:29.011      ### Go to timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:29.011      ### execute the next job from timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:29.011      ZWJobInitialize::timeoutHandler <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:29.067      SerialConnection::send lock serial mutex <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:29.151      SerialConnection::send len = 2 buf = 0x00 0x15  <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:29.151      SerialConnection::send unlock serial mutex <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:34.023      ### Go to timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:34.023      ### execute the next job from timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:34.023      ZWJobInitialize::timeoutHandler <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:34.082      SerialConnection::send lock serial mutex <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:34.123      SerialConnection::send len = 2 buf = 0x00 0x15  <0x41802950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:34.123      SerialConnection::send unlock serial mutex <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:34.479      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:34.538      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
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35   02/18/08 2:54:38.750      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:38.811      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:38.870      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:38.930      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:38.987      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.046      size too small 1 <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:39.047      ### Go to timeout queue <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:39.047      ### skip the next job from timeout queue <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.047      ----- INIT ---- 1 <0x41802950>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.047      ----- INIT ---- 2 <0x41802950>
05   02/18/08 2:54:39.063      Cannot connect to ZWave device ttyUSB1. <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.063      InternalSendCommand queue  id 791 conf -1 resp (nil) <0x2b415d9eab40>
01   02/18/08 2:54:39.063      Connect() Failed <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.063      -------- 3 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.063      SerialConnection ------------- asa 1 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.195      SerialConnection ------------- asa 2 <0x2b415d9eab40>
36   02/18/08 2:54:39.195      waiting for thread to finish <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.295      exit receiveFunction : nr. of reads 48 <0x40800950>
36   02/18/08 2:54:39.295      thread finished <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.295      SerialConnection ------------- asa 3 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.295      SerialConnection ------------- asa 4 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.295      -------- 4 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      SerialConnection ------------- 3 <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      SerialConnection --- destructor <0x2b415d9eab40>
35   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      SerialConnection ------------- 4 <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Waiting for message queue thread to quit <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Socket m_Socket -1/0x6673c0 Command_Impl1 Dev #63 m_bQuit=1 <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Socket m_Socket -1/0x6673c0 Command_Impl1 Dev #63 m_bQuit=1 <0x2b415d9eab40>
13   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Socket::Close() m_Socket 3 <0x2b415d9eab40>
13   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Socket::Close() m_Socket 3 closesocket: 0 <0x2b415d9eab40>
13   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Socket::Close() m_Socket 4 <0x2b415d9eab40>
13   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Socket::Close() m_Socket 4 closesocket: 0 <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Message queue thread quit <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Message queue thread joined <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      About to call kill spawned devices <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Need to kill 0 child devices <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.567      Killing completed. <0x2b415d9eab40>
13   02/18/08 2:54:39.570      Socket::~Socket(): deleting socket @0x67b640 Event Dev #63 (socket id in destructor: m_Socket: -1) <0x2b415d9eab40>
13   02/18/08 2:54:39.570      Socket::~Socket(): deleting socket @0x689ea0 Event Dev #63 (socket id in destructor: m_Socket: -1) <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.570      ~Command_Impl finished <0x2b415d9eab40>
13   02/18/08 2:54:39.570      ~HandleRequestSocket 0x6673c0 device: 63 ip: 127.0.0.1 <0x2b415d9eab40>
13   02/18/08 2:54:39.570      RequestSocket::Disconnect 0x6673c0 device: 63 <0x2b415d9eab40>
13   02/18/08 2:54:39.570      Socket::~Socket(): deleting socket @0x6673c0 Command_Impl1 Dev #63 (socket id in destructor: m_Socket: -1) <0x2b415d9eab40>
10   02/18/08 2:54:39.570      Device: 63 ending <0x2b415d9eab40>

Other relevant information:

dmesg
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[16684.922194] spcp8x5 4-1:1.0: SPCP8x5 converter detected
[16684.968406] usb 4-1: SPCP8x5 converter now attached to ttyUSB1
[16684.968880] usbcore: registered new interface driver spcp8x5
[16684.968886] /home/R/spcp8x5/spcp8x5.c: SPCP8x5 USB to serial adaptor driver v0.04

lsusb
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Bus 004 Device 002: ID 04fc:0201 Sunplus Technology Co., Ltd

186
Developers / Re: Supporting the ACT Solutions ZCU201 USB Z-wave Interface
« on: February 04, 2008, 01:13:11 pm »
I updated the device template with the ACT, Intermatic and Seluxit device IDs, but the ZWave software in LMCE can't connect to the device. I have a 04fc:0201 device.

I get lots of messages saying "size too small 1", then it says "Cannot connect to ZWave device ttyUSB1.", "Connect() Failed", and then the device dies.

Did anyone see this working or is there a need for extra modifications to the LMCE software?

187
Users / Re: Limit to IP option in firewall settings
« on: January 21, 2008, 05:15:34 pm »
First of all, please use this:
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iptables -xvnLI find it to be easier to read and with more useful information.
Second, also check the "nat" table, by adding the "-t nat" parameter to the previous command, like this:
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iptables -t nat -xvnLThird, I'm looked over the code and this couldn't have worked :) If I'm looking in the right place, this bug is _ancient_. The line I'm referring to is in /usr/pluto/bin/Network_Firewall.sh, the script responsible for applying the firewall rules, at line 136. Now, that line was last modified at revision 545. What I noticed there was this:
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ForwardPort "$Protocol" "$ExtIP" "$SrcPort" "$DestIP" "$DestPort"and I changed it to this:
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ForwardPort "$Protocol" "$ExtIP" "$SrcPort" "$DestIP" "$DestPort" "$SrcIP".

Now, my iptables -t nat -xvnL shows that a filter for the source IP is applied, as it should. I also checked the other calls to ForwardPort and OpenPort to make sure this parameter is correct, and this is the only place without it.

Please try out my change and let me know if it fixes your issues. It has already been committed to SVN.

188
Users / Re: Adding Firewall Rules it 710 Beta3 amd64
« on: January 21, 2008, 04:49:24 pm »
Use this command:

iptables -t nat -xvnL

to see NAT related firewall entries.

189
Installation issues / Re: Can't start A/V Wizard
« on: July 31, 2007, 04:21:39 pm »
Hi, can you attempt to see what's going on when the AVWizard runs and leaves you at a black screen? You can try to switch to a console (Control+Alt+Fnumber) or SSH in, and then look at the process list (make sure AVWizard started or is attempting to start), the AVWizard log (located here: /var/log/pluto/AVWizard.log), the xorg.conf file that AVWizard's X server uses (/etc/X11/xorg.conf.pluto.avwizard), in an attempt to see what goes wrong there.

190
Users / Re: Ripping Failed
« on: April 30, 2007, 11:45:10 am »
Right finally got a second to try the stuff put.

When i try to run ripDiskWrapper.sh from the terminal using:

/usr/pluto/bin/ripDiskWrapper.sh

I get the following error:

/usr/plutp/bin/Config_Ops.sh: line 209: ulimit: open files: cannot modify limit: Operation not permitted

then under that I get:

/usr/pluto/bin/ripDiskWrapper.sh <Disk_Drive device id> <job id> ................

I think these are the usage commands for ripDiskWrapper.sh im not entirely sure.

Does this make sense to anyone?

Im not sure what I should specify for the usage commands though to be honest being a bit of a new person to the LinuxMCE scene.

Any further help on this matter would be great as I have bought a new HD for my music and its just sitting there waiting for me to use:)

Thanks in advance.


Matt
From what I read, I think you ran the script as the regular user. You have to run it as root, otherwise chances are high that it won't work at all, and also give mysterious errors.

191
Your error is interesting. I saw the "Bad interpretor" error on other scripts when they were using DOS end-of-line characters instead of Unix ones. But the installer is already in the propper format. When you opened it with nano, I hope you didn't save it. The script contains a binary archive after the bash part and it acts as a self-extracting archive. Running dos2unix on it can, and very probably will, corrupt the binary payload. If you really want to edit that file, you should use vim, not nano, because vim knows to leave the binary part untouched.

This being said, please try to reinstall the .deb package, to re-install the self-extracting script.

For reference, I just unpacked the shell script from the deb package and ran a MD5sum on it:
108f4e0a1db90b403761570690f4b4a7  mce-installer.sh

Yours should match. If it does, yet it still says "bad interpretor", something not right on your system.

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