i will add it if everything works fine.
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2.) I can choose in my EIB-thermostats two (or more) states; like warm and cold. That is quit good, because you can change the temperature with only one button-press. But in lmce-thermostates i only can choose a temperature; like 20°. Does anyone know if it is possible to change the termostate-state with lmce?
do you have the lights in web admin-> Lights?
03/27/07 22:42:59 Start_LocalDevices.sh (server) Child device (56) was configured but the startup script (GeForce_or_TNT2) is not available in /usr/pluto/bin.
LMCE had been working fine for me with non-alpha blending UI2 until last night. When I rebooted my box it brought be back to the mangled screen that we have all run into. I tried changing back to UI1 and that didn't help, so I assumed that it must be a problem with my xorg.conf.pluto file. I noticed that use "EDID" flag was set to false in the config. I'm using an nvidia 6600GT and I'm connecting to a 720p LCD thru DVI. As soon as I changed the use "EDID" flag to true it started working again. To my surprise, I was then able to change the mode from UI1 to UI2 alpha-blending and it worked. UI2 with alpha-blending is a 'HUGE' improvement over UI1 or the standard UI2. The UI appears to be just as responsive as before, and the transparency of the menus is wonderful. I'm totally pumped about this project again.
But now I'm afraid to reboot. Does anyone know if the xorg.conf.pluto files gets regenerated with each restart? The reason that I'm asking is that I don't understand why UI2 was working before and stopped working after I restarted.