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Users / Re: Reload router on any action
« on: Today at 07:57:47 pm »
and you probably have a "few" coredumps in /home/coredump/1

Users / Re: Reload router on any action
« on: Today at 04:34:58 pm »
I assume you are up-to-date with the packaging, and have full regenerated your screens


see if you have linux-media-dkms installed. That might help with the terrarec.

Users / Re: DVD Installs are working -- Use either install method - Thanks.
« on: November 24, 2015, 06:47:12 pm »

Users / Re: Need some dedicated testers.
« on: November 23, 2015, 05:18:56 pm »
Please note that the qOrbiter apk build is accessible from your local web admin front page, i.e. before you log in to web admin, you can select Orbiter installs, and that will bring you to the locally available Orbiter bins, including the apk.

See what happens when you try to install the mentioned package manually. That will pinpoint to the final requirement that isn't met.

Or maybe one of your PCI devices is identifying itself strangely. So if you didn't do anything manual, please pastebin the output of lspci

Installation issues / Re: Raspberry pi 2 installation -> VDR problems
« on: November 18, 2015, 12:07:00 pm »
The requirement in pluto-vdr is  bummer...

I do not have answers for most of your questions, but I am sure putting the question into google will result in the needed information.

For the web admin device, it is the existing vdr player device on the MD. atm it is set at vdr.vdr for the window to be controlled.

Installation issues / Re: Raspberry pi 2 installation -> VDR problems
« on: November 17, 2015, 08:19:52 pm »
rpis do not work very well with the xine based output.

there are specific output devices for rpi but they work different from xine, in that they act as real output devices starting up with vdr, whereas the xine based output device that we use, is only started when we want to watch.

Things to do to make rpi work with vdr are probably:

* Don't use any xine based vdr plugin on the relevant MD
* Add the rpihddevice plugin
* Make sure to start VDR with the rpihddevice in suspend mode
* Change to activate the rpihddevice
* Find out what the name of the xwindow is that the rpihddevice creates (xwininfo -tree -root is your friend)
* amend the vdr player device for the rpi to bring that xwindow to the front (web admin change)

Marketplace / Re: Dianemo Relationship with Andrew Herron (totallymaxed)
« on: November 13, 2015, 10:00:22 am »

phenigma made relevant changes to make LinuxMCE core run on ARM as well.

Marketplace / Re: Dianemo Relationship with Andrew Herron (totallymaxed)
« on: November 12, 2015, 12:09:38 pm »

what is the rpi2 system suppose to do? The LinuxMCE Raspberry PI system provides a full blown media director (probably sans Game Player ;) ) - I've installed a couple of rpi1s at one of our sponsors sites and they work beautiful.

phenigma probably knows best what's needed in terms of configuration specialities he had to configure inside of LinuxMCE to make them work as good as they do.

Installation issues / Re: none of my phones register...
« on: November 10, 2015, 10:05:08 pm »
The pluto log won't be of much help.

Turn off your phone
connect to your asteriisk by running asterisk -cr on the core
Type core set verbose 3
Turn on your phone
See what happens

A note from another install: Make sure you have removed any yavdr repo in the sources.list and sources.list.d

I have build all the needed vdr plugins locally, disabled the libcec support in VDR (which isn't needed for LinuxMCE purposes in there anyhow), and uploaded the debs to for precise i386

Feedback is appreciated.


feedback would be appreciated.

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