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Marketplace / WebDT 366 - Group Buy Europe
« on: November 21, 2008, 04:35:09 pm »
Hi,

we will have the opportunity to get WebDT's to Germany with very little shipping overhead. The idea is, to put all European parties into one bucket and ship that to Germany, and distribute the WebDT's from Germany throughout Europe, which will save a LOT of money in terms of shipping.

The price for the WebDT 366 is 250USD plus import duties plus shipping in Europe. Shipping in Europe will be around 20EUR, import duties and taxes into the EU will be around 25-30%. All in all, I expect the WebDT 366 to come in at around 300EUR max, delivered to your doorstep.

We need to know, who wants one. Who ever wants one of those must post in this thread. We need to have the money beforehand.

You have two ways of paying for it:
Send 300EUR to tkmedia's PayPal account (contact tkmedia for details)
Send 300EUR to my bank account (anyone interested in going this route, please send an email to peer.oliver.schmidt at linuxmce.org for bank details.)

tkmedia and I will "sit" together and make a list on Wednesday next week, to see how many WebDT 366s are going to be shipped to Germany. Only paid for WebDT's are going to be shipped. tkmedia needs 1 week to get them ready. The shipping takes between 2-8 weeks to Germany. It takes about 1 week to ship stuff from Germany into the EU.

If you have any questions, please feel to ask in this thread.

Best regards

Peer Oliver Schmidt

2912
Developers / Re: Building for 0810
« on: November 16, 2008, 07:34:46 pm »
The shell script is using a PING to check if the servers are available. ICMP protocol does not work in VirtualBox.

rgds
Oliver

2913
Developers / Re: Building for 0810
« on: November 16, 2008, 07:27:49 pm »
ritmo,

are you by chance working in a VirtualBox environment?

rgds
Oliver

2914
Developers / Re: Building for 0810
« on: November 14, 2008, 11:50:27 pm »
I went through the cd2-packages file and tried to find updated packages and what not.

[..]
I'd modify the file and checkin myself but I don't have write access to the svn.

Thank you very much. This is VERY helpful to get progress. Zaerc is doing SOO much right now, and every bit of help he can gets is greatly appreciated.

rgds
Oliver

2915
Developers / Re: Source location changed?
« on: November 14, 2008, 11:47:49 pm »
Bulek,

you need to get everything from trunk, not just the src subdirectory. Same for the branches. Currently, most, if not all development, is done on the LinuxMCE-0810 branch.

rgds
Oliver

2916
It was planned, but is not a working feature.

rgds
Oliver

2917
Users / Re: Internet Connection
« on: November 05, 2008, 04:30:27 pm »
probably. But I do not know of a supported PCI ADSL Modem.

rgds
Oliver

2918
Users / Re: Is there a safe way to remove genres?
« on: October 31, 2008, 11:56:30 pm »
Did you try going into Media Browser, and rename that Genre in there?

rgds
Oliver

2919
Thank you for your blessing Thom. I shall begin immediately. I will attempt to take on the UI first.

and if you are like me, and prefer to subscribe to Thom's screencast with something like miro, you may want to use this URL: http://possy.de/screencast.xml. I try to keep that list up to date.

rgds
Oliver

2920
Users / Re: Are these Cisco Phones compatible?
« on: October 31, 2008, 08:41:31 am »
Most, if not all Cisco phones, should work as phones for LinuxMCE.

Only the Cisco 797x can be used as Orbiters for LinuxMCE atm.

rgds
Oliver

2921
Users / Re: Usage of Telecom
« on: October 30, 2008, 08:00:29 pm »
I assume the user does not really care, if the phone runs SIP or SCCP, as long as it works.

I don't know, if it is the protocol, or the phone, but I have two phones on my desk. A Snom 360 running SIP and a Cisco 7970 running SCCP. The Cisco phone rings 1-2 seconds before the Snom. That's the only difference I have seen so far.

rgds
Oliver

2922
Installation issues / Re: tiered core / multiple servers
« on: October 29, 2008, 09:55:49 am »
Just a small note specific to the Asterisk usage within LinuxMCE.

If I understand the source code correct, the integration with Asterisk is on three levels:
  • CDR in MySQL
  • Manager Interface (via IP address 127.0.0.1)
  • FreePBX to manage the asterisk config files

So yes, dutler, you should be able to put the asterisk part of LinuxMCE onto a different machine, carefully crafting the setup to be identical to the LinuxMCE setup.

rgds
Oliver

2923
Users / Re: rtc: lost some interrupts at 1024Hz.
« on: October 28, 2008, 05:11:48 pm »
you only need ztdummy for the conference features.

Don't you need ztdummy for MOH as well?

rgds
Oliver

2924
Developers / Re: Grid of lighting scenarios as default for Orbiter
« on: October 28, 2008, 04:30:56 pm »
This can be done by using the Generic Serial Device, which, other than the name implies, can control stuff using RS-232, InfraRed, and system commands.

I guess that's the piece of information we needed to know: you can not only control your devices by IR and RS232 but also by system commands...

A GSD contains Ruby code. Ruby code can do anything, including calling external programs.

rgds
Oliver

2925
Developers / Re: Grid of lighting scenarios as default for Orbiter
« on: October 28, 2008, 11:14:10 am »
To be nit-picking:

You need LinuxMCE to control your equipment. LinuxMCE needs to know the media devices are connected to a specific MD. And LinuxMCE needs to know how to turn on and off those devices. This can be done by using the Generic Serial Device, which, other than the name implies, can control stuff using RS-232, InfraRed, and system commands.

rgds
Oliver

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