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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Alexa and amazon echo skill
« on: Today at 02:33:18 pm »
Great news! Check with polly here on the forum to get some git credentials. We don't want to loose stuff.

Users / Re: Timed Events / Play Media via Raspberry Pi
« on: December 02, 2016, 11:28:53 am »
Make sure to send whatever you do always to the Media Plugin and not the player itself.

Installation issues / Re: Mythtv Setup issues
« on: November 30, 2016, 11:28:12 am »
The more research I do on this makes me wonder what other people are doing to implement TV into their LMCE systems. It would seem that ever since the cable signals started becoming encrypted, it more or less makes internal TV tuners obsolete. I also read on here somewhere recently that many of the developers no longer use MythTV. Are there alternatives out there that I could use instead of MythTV or trying to fight with decrypting a cable signal?

I am using VDR, which is the second option inside of LinuxMCE. The original integration of MythTV was much more complete than VDR will probably ever be, but VDR has the advantage of working. Unfortunately, the support for VDR with the North American TV signals is not very high, and nobody wants to step up to the plate and take charge. Every now and then, someone comes around, and starts a plugin for some NA receiver, but most of the time the work diminishes after a year or two.

1204 debs have been created, and are online. Please report back if things are working again

Check your pipe settings in the connection wizard, and make sure there is a link from MD to receiver to LG

Check what has been updated during your last apt-get upgrade. /var/log/apt should have a hint or two. Oh, and please let us know what version of LinuxMCE you are using.

Users / Re: pluto-dcerouter
« on: November 14, 2016, 11:48:33 am »
Glad I could help, and happy it worked :)

At the moment there is no code-free way to do what you want.

You have three choices:

1) Create a ticket and hope someone will look at it.

2) Look at the code, and see what you can find to modify the behaviour yourself.

3) Create a new media playing device/plugin combo that does this.

The order of the above list is in amount of work for you ascending, and suggest way of getting it done descending ;)

Users / Re: pluto-dcerouter
« on: November 14, 2016, 06:43:28 am »
There is even a _very_ old ticket of mine that states it would be nice to have offline installability, but the most we came to getting it done was l3mce's work with the live DVD.

But, if all you want is upgrading your package pluto-dcerouter, go into the commandline on your core, and edit line 104 of /var/lib/dpkg/info/pluto-dcerouter.postinst

Old content:
Code: [Select]
        /usr/pluto/bin/ 0 "$Template"

New content:
Code: [Select]
        /usr/pluto/bin/ 0 "$Template" || :

and run apt-get -f install.

This will get your package installed, but won't install the IR code updates. If you have the IR codes on another system, you can use the DeviceTemplate exporter that is somewhere on the forum to export the IR codes into a file on your other system, and follow the instruction to import them to your new system.

Not turning on the display is on purpose. It does get turned on when you display video, and might get turned on when you use your infrared remote to control the MD.

It used to be different. It used to be, that whenever media was playing both audio output and video output devices were turned on. But that doesn't make sense, so it was changed to only turn on what's needed.

Users / Re: ip secuirty camera
« on: November 09, 2016, 11:26:14 pm »
RTSP is the Real Time Streaming Protocol used by quite a bit of stuff. As golgoj4 pointed out, it is quite a hog.

Users / Re: ip secuirty camera
« on: November 09, 2016, 09:15:42 pm »
phenigma is bad. Just because some people have issues with FLA... ;)

Installation issues / Re: Intel Nuc
« on: October 31, 2016, 11:18:22 pm »
People have the raspberry pi as working media directors. Core is something that is not really suggested, due to i/o speed issues. If you want to run your core on an ARM processor, you can do using an odroid xu4.

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