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It should have been detected automatically. And freepbx setup accordingly.

Remove the Cisco 7970 from your list of devices, reload the router, turn on the phone, and try again.

Did you get the question, if you want to install the Cisco 7970? It might be, that your Cisco 7970 is using a MAC address outside of the already known ranges.

Developers / Re: Discussion on true Multi-room Solution (continued)
« on: April 27, 2009, 09:48:06 am »
Will have in 2 more days. 

Please keep up us updated as to your findings.

btw: You can use VirtualBox to run Linux as well...

Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Community manager?
« on: April 27, 2009, 09:13:19 am »
From now on, we shall spam the front page a bit more.

Even though the above might sound a bit tacky, I mean it.

You are correct, that people come to a project via the homepage. A lack of news on the homepage is not something that takes people further. I will use your post as a reminder to add news articles about stuff that I find interesting more often.

Users / Re: Orbiter for palm pre
« on: April 26, 2009, 06:37:27 pm »
Any device can use the regular web based orbiter.

Users / Re: Newbie with some basic questions
« on: April 26, 2009, 06:33:46 pm »
2. When I select a program to record I like it to start this 5 mins before the air time and finsih 10 mins after. I know how to set this manually for each recording. Does anyone know how to make this automatic?

This is default behaviour in the PVR VDR that people in the DVB world can use. It is a setup option there, where you specify the amount of buffer at the beginning and end of a recording. Very helpful.

Developers / Re: Discussion on true Multi-room Solution (continued)
« on: April 26, 2009, 06:28:47 pm »
Has anyone been able to give pulse audio a try yet?

Very curious to see how it goes.

If you are so curious, why don't you give it a try yourself ;)


Users / Re: two question on setting up internal network..
« on: April 26, 2009, 06:28:00 pm »
I miss having a Linux Ubuntu machine that is now my core

Why not use the core as your workstation?

Users / Re: DMX512 protocol
« on: April 25, 2009, 11:42:02 pm »
Hello and welcome to LinuxMCE

LinuxMCE can be made to control ANY device, IF the protocol is open and interfaces are available.

Users / Re: play HD video on slow hardware via VDPAU...
« on: April 25, 2009, 07:03:20 pm »
When I try apt-get build-dep mplaper I am getting add url to sources.list. I am not sure what URL I should add for this.

add deb-src entries for each of your regular deb entries in the sources.list.

Users / Re: Someone recommend an alarm to use?
« on: April 25, 2009, 07:00:28 pm »
The squeezebox receivers are only 150 and are integrated into lmce already.

The SqueezeBox receivers do not yet work PnP. They can be made to work though. The regular SqueezeBoxes, are plug and play.

Users / Re: two question on setting up internal network..
« on: April 25, 2009, 11:07:39 am »
It's all about WAF.
My wife is very IT (but not Linux) literate[..]Until I have established exactly how stable MCE is, I daren't risk her internet link  ;)

I can fully understand your motivation  :D

Users / Re: iPhone/iPod Touch Orbiter?
« on: April 25, 2009, 10:35:07 am »
Why don;t we develop an Orbiter for most of the MID can use? So that users from Iphone, Winmobile, WinCE, and ArmLinux can use it. Just a suggestion.... ;) 

Well, there is a simple reason.

We have, up to now, about 112000 times people tried to install LinuxMCE (or its predecessor PlutoHome). But right now, we only have a handful (and I mean that literally) of people doing development work. We have tons of people coming up with suggestions. Mind you, I do not have a problem with people suggesting stuff, infact, I have done so myself on a couple of occasions.

Our problem is, we do need more people doing development work. And if you would have taken a look at the current iOrbiter proof of concept, you would have realized, how little that thing has to do with the iPhone or iPod Touch, and further more, how little it has to do with being able to program. The iOrbiter was created without a lot of programming expertise, no compilation is involved, and the result can be used by anyone with a fairly recent browser on their device.

Even if the name suggests otherwise, the iOrbiter PoC is more about having a new web based Orbiter, that is snappier than any other Orbiter we currently have, than about anything else.

Installation issues / Re: LinuxMCE as DHCP server, NOT gateway!
« on: April 24, 2009, 09:42:55 pm »
[..]If you are moving about from room to room with your orbiter (bluetooth / wi-fi device, cell) then dhcp is how lmce tracks what's where, to control what. e.g. If you wander about from room to room and use an orbiter to change the tv channel, you want it changing the channel in the room that you are currently in, not the room that you were just in.

This is not correct. DHCP has nothing to do with tracking the movement of the user. The movement of the user is detected, either by using the follow me functionality of the fiire chiefs, or by utilizing Bluetooth (with the mobile orbiter on the Bluetooth device iirc)

Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Community manager?
« on: April 24, 2009, 03:59:47 pm »
We have a community manager. He is currently on extended private leave.

During his absence, some of the core devs are taken care of the day to day business.

Regarding the lack of update on the homepage. Yes, there is not much news. Unfortunately, we have not much to say. We will post news, when there is a beta and/or another major step forward towards the next release of LinuxMCE

Best regards

Peer Oliver Schmidt
Release Manager for
LinuxMCE 0810

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