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maybe you want to look at that post: http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=3043.msg15064#msg15064

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i would prefer a generic upnp av server and control point implementation. I thought about using mediathomb and writing a dce device with perl and Net::UPnP, but its missing the control point features. The only free software i found is java based: http://www.cidero.com/.

using LMCE as UPnP control point would be great!

best regards,
Hari

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Sorry Hari, may have missed it - but is the sqlCVS repository now syncing with all LMCE users over the Internet? I thought this functionality wasn't working yet for LMCE? Do we have to do anything to get it working?
there is a test repository at sqlcvs.charonmedia.org:3485. It uses the database dump from 0704. The D-Link is the first device for the moment (beside the Size addition in designer for the Nokia N770/800).

We have to test it! Zaerc was the only helpful soul for now. I'm just checking in my changes. If you want to help, do a sqlCVS update from the webadmin (server sqlcvs.charonmedia.org, port 3485), check all for dce and ir and see if you got a working device template. Do a database backup first and don't flame me if it burns your kitchen sink.

best regards,
Hari

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Hi all,

the D-Link DCS-5300G works perfect with LMCE. If you want a reasonably priced ip camera with pan and tilt I can highly recommend it. I'm just polishing up the device template. It works out of the box with plug and play and will be available on the sqlCVS repository in the next days.

best regards,
Hari

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Developers / Re: Appliance vs Package vs Distro
« on: December 02, 2007, 01:00:00 pm »
After all, what was the point in forking form pluto if the goal was to make just another appliance?

a year ago i thought it would be fine if it were no appliance but i could take the pieces out i want from it. But now i think the appliance is the better way. There is nothing in pluto what you can't get from other combinations of software/hardware. All the point around pluto/LMCE is to deliver a complete solution. So what do you want to run on another distribution? Is it the Asterisk AGI scripts? Or the scripts to set up nfs roots for diskless clients? Myth? VLC? The ugly web interface? The "script-glue" and DCE all around this? The installer?

The point in the fork was to get more control over the code base. And thanks to the work of daniel we are able to compile it ourself now. So we can introduce more options for "experts" and make lmce fit the user needs better. So yes, i think the goal is to make another appliance that fits our needs better.

But the whole discussion is kind of pointless. Pluto is in package form and has always been. Nothing stopped you in the past from taking the pluto debs and run it on your own debian. There even has been some script to help you achieve that goal. So what stops you from porting the stuff you need to another distribution/os/whatever?

So i recommend to all "package" fans to try to compile the core components from svn (like DCE_Router) on your preferred target platform (and make little ZIP packages *grin*). The new target should be integrated to use MakePrep and MakeBuild correctly. So we would have both ways: a target for an appliance and targets for single packages.

best regards,
Hari

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Developers / Re: Building New Media Player Device - Bizarre Compile Snafu
« on: November 28, 2007, 02:29:36 pm »
don't mix libraries and you should get no segfaults. Tested with sqlCVS.

regards,
Hari

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Developers / Re: Nokia 770 Orbiter
« on: November 27, 2007, 10:46:28 am »
maybe the reverse proxy from maemo is delivering chopped files ;)

i can send you the files if needed,

best regards,
Hari

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Developers / Re: Building New Media Player Device - Bizarre Compile Snafu
« on: November 26, 2007, 09:53:50 am »
anything i am building with this checkout from svn is resulting in segfaults....
had the same thing with sqlCVS..

hari

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Developers / Re: sqlCVS
« on: November 21, 2007, 11:09:44 pm »
I did both my previous checkins with pluto~pluto.
ok, so i wonder why they don't show up as negative batch id.
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And I wasn't aware that I needed to do an initial import, I'm doing these things from a fresh LMCE install.
i wasn't aware that you checkin from a fresh install. It should need no import (mine didn't). But i wonder where your "Version" table got lost..
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Also I have no idea where the installer script for the database is, if there even is one.  I'm guessing the setup wizard does the final steps.
plutohome .44 did the import after the first boot iirc. I'll see if i find the relevant scripts..

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Developers / Re: sqlCVS
« on: November 21, 2007, 10:45:47 pm »
Oh and I almost forgot, when I try to view a batch, I get a bunch of errors:
Code: [Select]
01      11/21/07 21:50:07.016           Query failed (Table 'pluto_main.Version_pschist' doesn't exist): SELECT psc_id,psc_toc,`Version_pschist`.* FROM `Version_pschist` WHERE psc_batch=1839 (1) <0xb78d5a00>
05      11/21/07 21:50:07.016           Resetting mysql connection <0xb78d5a00>
01      11/21/07 21:50:07.017           Query failed (Table 'pluto_main.Version_pschist' doesn't exist): SELECT psc_id,psc_toc,`Version_pschist`.* FROM `Version_pschist` WHERE psc_batch=1839 (1) <0xb78d5a00>
05      11/21/07 21:50:07.018           Resetting mysql connection <0xb78d5a00>
01      11/21/07 21:50:07.018           Query failed (): SELECT psc_id,psc_toc,`Version_pschist`.* FROM `Version_pschist` WHERE psc_batch=1839 retry: (nil) <0xb78d5a00>

it seems that you are missing the table "Version" from the dce repository. Maybe your initial import went wrong?

best regards,
Hari

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Developers / Re: sqlCVS
« on: November 21, 2007, 10:41:04 pm »
Anyway, I've been looking around a bit, and I have no clue what batch(es) to approve.  And when I look at: http://62.99.143.187:4000/sqlcvs/?site=batch/view I only see 2 recent IPs, localhost and an internal one.  So I have no idea which one to approve either.  :-\
i did some tests today and managed to checkin changes with a regular user (pluto~pluto). They show up with a negative batch id (not yet approved, sqlCVS calls this "quarantine"). After approving the batch id (works from the gui) with an admin user there is another batch generated (i call this "approval batch" for the moment) and the changes fall out of the tree ;) I commited two dce devices to the database (a dhcp stub "Printserver" and an unfinished "Marantz SR7001 RS232").
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How about we approve all the recently added batches?  And then see if anything falls out of the tree again. ;)
Did you commit with your own user? Please try to checkin again with pluto~pluto (regular user) and approve with zaerc~XXXXX (sqlcvs admin).
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Oh BTW, logging in on your sqlcvs web interface seems to work (at least that's what it told me).
the session handling is not finished yet. I also have to do some security fixes and implement permissions in the web interface. It's really quick and dirty hack to help me understand sqlCVS better ;) It's in the trunk now.

At the moment i try to implement row history for modifications and deletions and understand how row ownership is assumed to work..
Can you point me to the installer script for the database? I wonder if we have to do other things beside importing with sqlCVS to setup a repository. I saw some mysql syntax errors in the sqlCVS log.. maybe i use the wrong mysql version..

best regards,
Hari

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Developers / Re: sqlCVS
« on: November 20, 2007, 11:53:45 pm »
Thanks, I'm so glad at least one of us knows what he's doing. ;)
i hope this is you  ;D

The web gui got some improvements, maybe it helps to get some things sorted for you.. (also look at the wiki page, i did some updates)

best regards,
Hari

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i am to lazy to import all my contacts atm but the first impression is good. Went through the sources, very clean. Kudos to Thom! Maybe we can get this in 0710? If i find the time i'll throw some 4000 contacts at it tonight.

best regards,
hari

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Developers / Re: Bluetooth Speakers?
« on: November 20, 2007, 04:15:19 pm »
The slimserver should be installed on the core, but I think you can use any MD/PC to run the squeezebox emulator software.
Do you know if a single core can individually address multiple separate BT speaker pairs, each in a separate room, or how I config separate PCs each with a BT dongle to address its own BT speaker  pair (all accessing a single unified LMCE media library)?
this depends if the bluetooth chip on your core can handle multiple connections at a time. I would prefer a dongle on each md, so u get a unique ip in the slimserver device selection box.
But you have to try this out, i don't think anybody is using this combination yet..
What about a USB hub filled with BT dongles, one for each speaker set, on a single core? Do you think bluez and the other BT SW can handle that? If not, do you know what is the specific name of the "multiple device connections" feature that the BT dongle must support, or some models that do support it?

I like the simplicity (and cheapness) of a single PC serving multiple terminals throughout the home.
bluez should run fine with multiple hci devices (tested two at a time some time ago). I think the newer dongles should all support multiple connections. Ask your preferred dealer for model information..

regards,
Hari

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I already have an LDAP server running with a directory of contacts in it. Can I use this patch to connect to that existing directory?
not this patch but the modifications are minor: simply exchange the mysql select with some kind of ldap_search and iterate through the result entries.

regards,
hari

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Developers / Re: sqlCVS
« on: November 20, 2007, 04:07:00 pm »
Thanks, I'm so glad at least one of us knows what he's doing. ;)  And I'm not in any rush, so you can just take your time.
i wanted to progress faster but without dsl (and my 3g provider is slooooooow) the last five weeks were really painful..
don't want to let you wait, i need helpful souls for testing ;)

best regards,
Hari

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