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Developers / Re: Building for 0810
« on: November 23, 2008, 04:09:37 am »
Also, I'm sorry if I offended you at all, I really didn't think a name was that big of a deal. -elspic

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Developers / Re: Building for 0810
« on: November 23, 2008, 01:35:09 am »
That's what I mean about needing to relax. I didn't feel like using my normal nick and other than following the rules, I don't see what it matters a whit what I call myself. There's no need to insult anyone, particularly as you know nothing of the physical characteristics of my skull.

Now, thank you again for your work, the new install script works excellently and when I get a chance to track down the couple of issues I've seen so far, I'll report back. -elspic

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Developers / Re: Building for 0810
« on: November 21, 2008, 06:19:00 pm »
Thom: I've got no problem with the rules and changed my name when asked, but didn't change it enough apparently
Hari: No, not really at all, it just bothered me that zaerc jumped on someone for no reason (happens a lot here), then took enough umbrage at my name to ignore any help I might have offered, even though I was clearly not_zaerc ;)

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Developers / Re: Building for 0810
« on: November 21, 2008, 04:46:27 pm »
Can do, I need to add some rules on the pix. Right now it looks like those scripts only have i386 packages and I am on x64 :(
Ill catch you guys shortly.
Thanks!
It's a pre-alpha for fuck's sake, give me a break here.   >:(

Zaerc, I'm as grateful as anyone else on the board for your contributions, but you seriously need to chill the fuck out. Ritmo simply made a statement about the situation, he didn't ask you to get out of bed and finish the script at his house. Also, while banning people from the rooms when they have legitimate info to share is cute, it's not that conducive to finishing the install script that seems to be tweaking your nipples so much. Again, you've done some great work and I'm aware of that, but this isn't something you're being forced to do, so don't take it so seriously. -elspic

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Roberto,
Booting from PXE works through the bios/firmware of the card, independent of the operating system; this is why it's possible to do a diskless install. If there is no built in NIC in the laptops, my guess would be that they can't boot from a nic directly, but they may be able to boot from usb or pcmcia. If that's the case, then the best way to find out is to plug your network adapter in, check the bios for any boot settings relating to that, and if you're that lucky, try booting from it first. Honestly, I don't think your chances are that good of succeeding, but if you do, please let us know. -elspic

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Users / Re: Linux MCE and HDMI and sound
« on: June 08, 2008, 08:54:26 am »
Andre: Use a HDMI->DVI cable to get the video, and your tv should have an audio input (probably rca). The phillips that my md is connected to has 3 hdmi video ports and a RCA jack labled "HDMI 1"
I will tell you that after the install, when the configuration starts, if you have a black screen after the tones, try pressing "1" and waiting a few seconds. That's what I had to do to get a signal. Good luck. -Ruben

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Users / Re: Linux MCE 32bit, where to find
« on: May 18, 2008, 11:15:01 pm »
Without trying to be rude, I've got to say that if you can't find the download for the project, this probably isn't for you. I would check out something like Mythbuntu and if you're still interested, we'll be glad to try to help you. -elspic

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Users / Re: Users Hardware
« on: May 17, 2008, 08:19:06 am »
jackschmidt, I'm glad you found us, but for what you're describing, LinuxMCE might be overkill. LMCE would be for a situation where you say, want the tv to automatically turn on, lights dim, etc when you put in a movie, or be able to control security cameras and lights with your tv remote. If you're just interested in building a DVR/computer-over-tv, I'd look into MythBuntu or something similar. If you are interested in doing more than just tv, then I would look through the wiki, specifically: http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Hardware
You'll want a hybrid (one computer) system and will use something like a HDHomerun or one of the other devices here: http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Category:TV_Cards to input the signal into the system. As far as computer to tv, any decent video card with dvi or hdmi out will be able to run a signal to your hdtv. Again, just look through the wiki and forum and you'll find specific examples people have given.

elspic

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Developers / Re: Developer Conference - April 5th
« on: April 04, 2008, 07:05:41 am »
hey guys, sorry I haven't been working on this as much as I've wanted, I've been applying to a couple of jobs and trying to get stuff together to show them as well as scrambling for rent this month. Thanks to thom for setting up the conference call. As far as a whiteboard, coccinella works better than anything I've found so far, is free and, has a client for linux, osx, and windows. http://thecoccinella.org/
It just takes a jabber account (other than gmail) so if we can get everyone on one jabber server, it would give us chat/whiteboard. I'll get one set up at http://buddha.homelinux.org after I get off of work tomorrow unless someone else knows of a good service (has anyone used ekiga?) -Ruben

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Developers / Developer Conference - April 5th
« on: March 24, 2008, 05:42:32 am »
In an effort to get things a little more organized I would like to get everyone who has knowledge of the internals of LMCE (hari, ddamron, danielk, TSCHAK, bmac2, etc) and anyone else together for a couple of hours Saturday April 5th to start consolidating what we know and documenting things so that it's easier for more people to start developing. Ideally we'll come out of this with an overview of the different pieces of the system and how they relate to one another, how (and possibly why) the databases are setup, maybe a primer for new devs, and a better idea of just where we stand as a whole. I'll be getting together a list of specific topics that I want to have covered in the next few days, but I would definitely like everybody else's input as well. Please let me know anything that you feel is important to go over and anybody who feels that they can contribute, email me: elspic+lmcedev at gmail.com

Also, since hopefully we'll be coordinating several timezones, please let me know when would be best for everyone in GMT. Thanks all!
-elspic

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Developers / Re: Are Java geeks welcome here?
« on: March 23, 2008, 04:56:41 am »
mikester:

Glad to have you on board. Hari is probably right on track with tasks that need to be worked on; the only thing that I would ad is the Floorplan Designer in the setup. I'm going to try to get a small developer conference together soon-ly to see just what we, collectively know about the code-base.

As far as the "profit" portion Hari, I've got full faith in a LMCE orbiter being good enough for an award in the Android Developer's Challenge. If I knew java, I'd help, but I'd really like to see an android version to submit for the deadline so if anyone wants to help Hari run with what he's done so far, we could probably get something together before the April 14th deadline. A little money in a development pool certainly couldn't hurt. You could also submit it yourself and just take the money and run ;)
Just kicking around ideas.
-Ruben

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Users / Re: Attn: all AN-M2HD owners
« on: March 17, 2008, 06:01:08 am »
As far as the BIOS upgrade, if there is one, a lot of the time it will only be an windows executable. I've found my only solution in the past is to just install windows, upgrade any firmware I could, then install linux and go from there. Check the manufacuters site or google for "AN-M2HD bios" and see if you find something that will work in linux. I most definitely would not try to install a bios upgrade from a virtual machine, just to mention it. -Ruben

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Users / Re: Easy question
« on: March 08, 2008, 04:52:41 am »
I've noticed this as well, however I can't even back out to the main menu using the mouse once I select to play music using "Play All" on an album. I can change songs and if I put it on the last one, it will start over at the first, but I was unable to get back to the main screen.

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Users / Re: Intermatic Ha22 usb stick
« on: March 06, 2008, 11:17:02 pm »
Applying the patch that Daniel gave me, I had a failed hunk, but went ahead and tried to finish it out anyway, however: "make all" results in this:
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dcerouter_64258:/home/linuxmce/source/trunk/src/ZWave# make all
g++ -c -I.. -I../DCE -DKDE_LMCE -DDEBUG -DTHREAD_LOG -DLOG_ALL_QUERIES -I/opt/libxine1-pluto/include -I/opt/linphone-1.3.5/include -I/usr/include/mysql  -Wall -fPIC -ggdb3  Main.cpp -o Main.o
In file included from ../db_wrapper/db_wrapper.h:112,
                 from ../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:23,
                 from ../pluto_main/Database_pluto_main.h:3,
                 from ../pluto_main/Table_Device.h:21,
                 from ../DCE/DeviceData_Router.h:25,
                 from ../DCE/DCERouter.h:28,
                 from Main.cpp:8:
../db_wrapper/db_wrapper_mysql.h:7:25: error: mysql/mysql.h: No such file or directory
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:36: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘MYSQL_RES’ with no type
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:36: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘*’ token
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In constructor ‘PlutoSqlResult::PlutoSqlResult()’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:37: error: class ‘PlutoSqlResult’ does not have any field named ‘r’
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In member function ‘void PlutoSqlResult::ClearResults()’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:44: error: ‘r’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:46: error: ‘mysql_free_result’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: At global scope:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:64: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘MYSQL’ with no type
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:64: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘*’ token
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:164: error: ‘MYSQL’ has not been declared
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:180: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of ‘MYSQL_RES’ with no type
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:180: error: expected ‘;’ before ‘*’ token
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:225: error: expected `;' before ‘int’
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In constructor ‘DBHelper::DBHelper()’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:74: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In constructor ‘DBHelper::DBHelper(std::string, std::string, std::string, std::string, int)’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:97: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In destructor ‘virtual DBHelper::~DBHelper()’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:111: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:112: error: ‘mysql_close’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:113: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In member function ‘bool DBHelper::DBConnect(bool)’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:133: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:137: error: ‘mysql_close’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:140: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:142: error: ‘mysql_init’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:151: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:151: error: ‘mysql_real_connect’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:154: error: ‘mysql_error’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In member function ‘void DBHelper::SetConnection(int*)’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:166: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In member function ‘std::string DBHelper::md5(std::string)’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:173: error: ‘MYSQL_ROW’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:173: error: expected `;' before ‘row’
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:174: error: ‘class PlutoSqlResult’ has no member named ‘r’
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:174: error: ‘db_wrapper_query_result’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:174: error: ‘row’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:174: error: ‘class PlutoSqlResult’ has no member named ‘r’
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:174: error: ‘mysql_fetch_row’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:177: error: ‘row’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In member function ‘int DBHelper::threaded_db_wrapper_query(std::string, bool, bool)’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:232: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:232: error: ‘mysql_query’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:237: error: ‘mysql_error’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:261: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:261: error: ‘mysql_affected_rows’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h: In member function ‘int DBHelper::threaded_db_wrapper_query_withID(std::string, bool)’:
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:273: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:273: error: ‘mysql_query’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:276: error: ‘mysql_error’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:300: error: ‘m_pDB’ was not declared in this scope
../PlutoUtils/DBHelper.h:300: error: ‘mysql_insert_id’ was not declared in this scope
make: *** [Main.o] Error 1

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Users / Re: Intermatic Ha22 usb stick
« on: March 06, 2008, 10:29:14 pm »
Using 710beta4, this is what I get when I attach my ha22:
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== FRESH START ==
1       03/06/08 15:02:37       /usr/pluto/bin/Spawn_Device.sh 34 (spawning-device)     device: 34 ip: localhost cmd_line: ZWave
0       03/06/08 15:02:38       34 (spawning-device)    Entering 34
========== NEW LOG SECTION ==========
1       03/06/08 15:02:38       34 (spawning-device)    Starting... 1
1       03/06/08 15:02:38       34 (spawning-device)    Found /usr/pluto/bin/ZWave
05      03/06/08 15:02:40.405           Child device 35 is disabled <0x2ae6eb644b40>
05      03/06/08 15:02:47.416           Got a reload command from 0  <0x43005950>
05      03/06/08 15:02:48.176           void ClientSocket::Disconnect() on this socket: 0x666b40 (m_Socket: 7) <0x2ae6eb644b40>
Return code: 2
2       03/06/08 15:02:48       34 (spawning-device)    Device requests restart... count=1/50 dev=34
Thu Mar  6 15:02:48 CST 2008 Restart
========== NEW LOG SECTION ==========
1       03/06/08 15:02:56       34 (spawning-device)    Starting... 1
1       03/06/08 15:02:56       34 (spawning-device)    Found /usr/pluto/bin/ZWave
05      03/06/08 15:02:58.613           Creating child 35 <0x2b8749e93b40>
05      03/06/08 15:02:58.613           Note: Device manager has attached a device of type 1820 that this has no custom event handler for.  It will not fire events. <0x2b8749e93b40>
05      03/06/08 15:02:58.613           Note: Device manager has attached a device of type 1820 that this has no custom handler for.  This is normal for IR. <0x2b8749e93b40>
05      03/06/08 15:06:07.206           Going to rotate logs... <0x43005950>
05      03/06/08 15:10:54.807           void ClientSocket::Disconnect() on this socket: 0x666b40 (m_Socket: 7) <0x2b8749e93b40>
Return code: 0
2       03/06/08 15:10:54       34 (spawning-device)    Shutting down... count=1/50 dev=34
Thu Mar  6 15:10:54 CST 2008 Shutdown
== ATTEMPT FRESH START ==
1       03/06/08 15:14:52       /usr/pluto/bin/Spawn_Device.sh 34 (spawning-device)     18690 Dev: 34; Already Running list: 15,16,17,18,27,20,21,22,25,28,24,26,37,
== FRESH START ==
1       03/06/08 15:14:52       /usr/pluto/bin/Spawn_Device.sh 34 (spawning-device)     device: 34 ip: localhost cmd_line: ZWave
0       03/06/08 15:14:52       34 (spawning-device)    Entering 34
========== NEW LOG SECTION ==========
1       03/06/08 15:14:52       34 (spawning-device)    Starting... 1
1       03/06/08 15:14:52       34 (spawning-device)    Found /usr/pluto/bin/ZWave
05      03/06/08 15:14:52.613           ZWave::ConfirmConnection : zwave device is empty <0x2ac6424a5b40>
05      03/06/08 15:14:52.980           ZWave::ConfirmConnection : zwave device is empty <0x2ac6424a5b40>
05      03/06/08 15:14:52.980           Cannot connect to ZWave device . <0x2ac6424a5b40>
01      03/06/08 15:14:52.981           Connect() Failed <0x2ac6424a5b40>
Return code: 1
3       03/06/08 15:14:53       34 (spawning-device)    Device died... count=1/50 dev=34
Thu Mar  6 15:14:53 CST 2008 died
========== NEW LOG SECTION ==========
1       03/06/08 15:15:03       34 (spawning-device)    Starting... 2
1       03/06/08 15:15:03       34 (spawning-device)    Found /usr/pluto/bin/ZWave
05      03/06/08 15:15:05.455           Child device 35 is disabled <0x2b36d4408b40>
05      03/06/08 15:16:48.741           Got a reload command from 0  <0x43005950>
05      03/06/08 15:16:49.446           void ClientSocket::Disconnect() on this socket: 0x666b40 (m_Socket: 7) <0x2b36d4408b40>
Return code: 2
2       03/06/08 15:16:49       34 (spawning-device)    Device requests restart... count=2/50 dev=34
Thu Mar  6 15:16:49 CST 2008 Restart
========== NEW LOG SECTION ==========
1       03/06/08 15:16:57       34 (spawning-device)    Starting... 2
1       03/06/08 15:16:57       34 (spawning-device)    Found /usr/pluto/bin/ZWave
05      03/06/08 15:17:03.060           ### Go to timeout queue <0x41802950>
05      03/06/08 15:17:03.060           ### execute the next job from timeout queue <0x41802950>
05      03/06/08 15:17:03.060           ZWJobInitialize::timeoutHandler <0x41802950>
05      03/06/08 15:17:04.881           Creating child 35 <0x2ae0a8e84b40>
05      03/06/08 15:17:04.881           Note: Device manager has attached a device of type 1820 that this has no custom event handler for.  It will not fire events. <0x2ae0a8e84b40>
05      03/06/08 15:17:04.881           Note: Device manager has attached a device of type 1820 that this has no custom handler for.  This is normal for IR. <0x2ae0a8e84b40>
05      03/06/08 15:20:30.034           -------------------------- Job Timeout _________ <0x41802950>

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