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2911
Users / Re: Input/output error file during RipTask
« on: January 03, 2008, 03:53:51 pm »
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dcerouter_51346:/home/linuxmce/lmce/src/Disk_Drive# hdparm -i /dev/hdc
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/dev/hdc:

 Model=PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-109, FwRev=1.40, SerialNo=
 Config={ Fixed Removeable DTR<=5Mbs DTR>10Mbs nonMagnetic }
 RawCHS=0/0/0, TrkSize=0, SectSize=0, ECCbytes=0
 BuffType=13395, BuffSize=64kB, MaxMultSect=0
 (maybe): CurCHS=0/0/0, CurSects=0, LBA=yes, LBAsects=0
 IORDY=on/off, tPIO={min:240,w/IORDY:120}, tDMA={min:120,rec:120}
 PIO modes:  pio0 pio1 pio2 pio3 pio4
 DMA modes:  mdma0 mdma1 mdma2
 UDMA modes: udma0 udma1 udma2 udma3 *udma4
 AdvancedPM=no
 Drive conforms to: Unspecified:  ATA/ATAPI-2,3,4,5

 * signifies the current active mode

2912
Users / Re: Input/output error file during RipTask
« on: January 03, 2008, 03:31:27 pm »
It seems a problem of a read error. I modified the disk_copy.c a bit to change the buffers, it just fails. On a different disc, changing (lowering) the buffers yielded better results.

Anyone know, if there are any parameters to be set during the read function to retry on failure?

rgds
Oliver

2913
Users / Re: Media Storage Idea
« on: January 03, 2008, 03:00:21 pm »
Regarding the 3Ware performance problem. http://forums.storagereview.net/index.php?showtopic=25923 this is what I have found.

rgds
Oliver

2914
Users / Re: Input/output error file during RipTask
« on: January 03, 2008, 02:58:20 pm »
Some more information. I tried manually copying the DVD to the harddisk. It always stops at the same position. Is it possible, that this is some kind of copy protection coming into play?

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disk_copy /dev/hdc test.dvd

Disc size: 8539996160
Position: 10485760; Progress: 0.12%
Position: 20971520; Progress: 0.25%
Position: 31457280; Progress: 0.37%
Position: 41943040; Progress: 0.49%
Position: 52428800; Progress: 0.61%
Position: 62914560; Progress: 0.74%
Position: 73400320; Progress: 0.86%
Position: 83886080; Progress: 0.98%
Position: 94371840; Progress: 1.11%
Position: 104857600; Progress: 1.23%
Position: 115343360; Progress: 1.35%
Position: 125829120; Progress: 1.47%
Position: 136314880; Progress: 1.60%
Position: 146800640; Progress: 1.72%
Position: 157286400; Progress: 1.84%
Position: 167772160; Progress: 1.96%
Position: 178257920; Progress: 2.09%
Position: 188743680; Progress: 2.21%
Position: 199229440; Progress: 2.33%
Position: 209715200; Progress: 2.46%
Position: 220200960; Progress: 2.58%
Position: 230686720; Progress: 2.70%
Position: 241172480; Progress: 2.82%
Position: 251658240; Progress: 2.95%
Position: 262144000; Progress: 3.07%
Position: 272629760; Progress: 3.19%
Position: 283115520; Progress: 3.32%
Position: 293601280; Progress: 3.44%
Position: 304087040; Progress: 3.56%
Position: 314572800; Progress: 3.68%
Position: 325058560; Progress: 3.81%
Position: 335544320; Progress: 3.93%
Position: 346030080; Progress: 4.05%
Position: 356515840; Progress: 4.17%
Position: 367001600; Progress: 4.30%
Position: 377487360; Progress: 4.42%
Position: 387973120; Progress: 4.54%
Position: 398458880; Progress: 4.67%
Position: 408944640; Progress: 4.79%
Position: 419430400; Progress: 4.91%
Position: 429916160; Progress: 5.03%
Position: 440401920; Progress: 5.16%
Position: 450887680; Progress: 5.28%
Position: 461373440; Progress: 5.40%
Position: 471859200; Progress: 5.53%
Position: 482344960; Progress: 5.65%
Position: 492830720; Progress: 5.77%
Position: 503316480; Progress: 5.89%
Position: 513802240; Progress: 6.02%
Position: 524288000; Progress: 6.14%
Position: 534773760; Progress: 6.26%
Position: 545259520; Progress: 6.38%
Position: 555745280; Progress: 6.51%
Position: 566231040; Progress: 6.63%
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Position: 587202560; Progress: 6.88%
Position: 597688320; Progress: 7.00%
Position: 608174080; Progress: 7.12%
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Position: 629145600; Progress: 7.37%
Position: 639631360; Progress: 7.49%
Position: 640942080; Progress: 7.51%
Error reading '/dev/hdc': Input/output error

2915
Users / Input/output error file during RipTask
« on: January 03, 2008, 02:36:38 pm »
Hello,

during my journey with LMCE I tried ripping a couple of DVDs. Some work fine, while others cause problems.

Currently I tried to rip a Ghost Rider DVD. The DVD plays fine :), but ripping the DVD causes I/O errors  :'(. Other

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/var/log/pluto/30_Disk_Drive.log:05     01/03/08 14:23:56.035           RipTask::UpdateProgress id 2 m_eTaskStatus_get 1 status p message  file /home/public/data/videos/Ghost Rider  WS   Extended Cut   2 Discs  () <0xb66c0b90>
/var/log/pluto/30_Disk_Drive.log:05     01/03/08 14:24:07.670           RipTask::UpdateProgress id 2 m_eTaskStatus_get 1 status p message  file /home/public/data/videos/Ghost Rider  WS   Extended Cut   2 Discs  () <0xb66c0b90>
/var/log/pluto/30_Disk_Drive.log:05     01/03/08 14:24:18.556           RipTask::UpdateProgress id 2 m_eTaskStatus_get 1 status p message  file /home/public/data/videos/Ghost Rider  WS   Extended Cut   2 Discs  () <0xb66c0b90>
/var/log/pluto/30_Disk_Drive.log:05     01/03/08 14:24:29.329           RipTask::UpdateProgress id 2 m_eTaskStatus_get 1 status p message  file /home/public/data/videos/Ghost Rider  WS   Extended Cut   2 Discs  () <0xb66c0b90>
/var/log/pluto/30_Disk_Drive.log:05     01/03/08 14:24:39.971           RipTask::UpdateProgress id 2 m_eTaskStatus_get 1 status p message  file /home/public/data/videos/Ghost Rider  WS   Extended Cut   2 Discs  () <0xb66c0b90>
/var/log/pluto/30_Disk_Drive.log:05     01/03/08 14:24:50.028           RipTask::UpdateProgress id 2 m_eTaskStatus_get 1 status p message  file /home/public/data/videos/Ghost Rider  WS   Extended Cut   2 Discs  () <0xb66c0b90>
/var/log/pluto/30_Disk_Drive.log:05     01/03/08 14:24:59.970           RipTask::UpdateProgress id 2 m_eTaskStatus_get 1 status p message  file /home/public/data/videos/Ghost Rider  WS   Extended Cut   2 Discs  () <0xb66c0b90>
/var/log/pluto/30_Disk_Drive.log:05     01/03/08 14:25:19.355           RipTask::UpdateProgress id 2 m_eTaskStatus_get 1 status e message Error reading '/dev/hdc': Input/output error file /home/public/data/videos/Ghost Rider  WS   Extended Cut   2 Discs  () <0xb66c0b90>

Ideas anyone?

Any and help is greatly appreciated.

regards
Oliver

2916
Users / Re: Media Storage Idea
« on: January 03, 2008, 02:01:24 pm »
After playing with some network storage together with LMCE I will not go that route. Maybe it should work, but my experience has been bad when using cifs or nfs mounted drives with LMCE. So, my installation(s) will not use NAS, but local storage. Maybe iSCSI is another route.

rgds
Oliver

2917
Users / Re: FM radio cards
« on: January 03, 2008, 01:56:33 pm »
Andrew,

are you going to split the TV and radio part of the VDR channels, or are both available as TV?

rgds
Oliver

2918
Users / Re: Signals \ Wall Mounted TV's
« on: January 03, 2008, 12:24:00 pm »
I did not think about such a solution.

The main problem might be, that you are getting quite far away from the wall. Make sure your connection to the wall is stable enough.

rgds
Oliver

2919
Users / Re: Signals \ Wall Mounted TV's
« on: January 03, 2008, 10:38:18 am »
I thought about implementing the MD behind the panel as well, but we went a different route and added an MD below. Why? Simple. Usability. One of the things people tend bring a CD or DVD home. They don't want to walk into a closet where the server is situated to put the media into the drive. They go straight to the display, insert the media into the device and want to start watching/ hearing.

Yes, it does add "clutter" to the living room, but in my opinion, it is well worth it.

rgds
Oliver

2920
Users / Re: Media Storage Idea
« on: January 03, 2008, 08:55:07 am »
Are you looking for a totally new computer, or just ideas for implementing storage within an existing system?

If it is the later one, I suggest a good quality 8-Port SATA-II RAID controller (about 450€), like the TEKRAM (ARECA) ARC-1220 or TEKRAM (ARECA) ARC-1120. Start with three 1TB drives (ea 350€), get a good SATA backplane (abut 100€) and you are set. With a little bit of luck you will end up below 1500€. I assume pricing in USD will be similar. You save some money by getting a 3WARE RAID controller, but those have some performance problems (or so I have heard) with bigger files.

BTW: I would not put all my files onto a single partition, because of problems with large file system sizes.

rgds
Oliver

2921
Users / Re: Home automation in Europe?
« on: January 03, 2008, 08:45:23 am »
Exactly my feelings as well. From my point of view, it might make more sense to "fix" the Z-Wave implementation to support the currently available controllers. The pricing for the components is not that far off, and you have way more choice. At the end of the day you have to have devices to use, and what I have seen on the PLC related sites do not look so promising.

My €0,02.

rgds
Oliver

2922
Compatible Products & Services / Re: Planning ahead...
« on: January 02, 2008, 08:02:12 am »
As noted previously, run CAT5/6 everywhere. Everywhere is, each place where you need a light, each place where you have any kind of electrical outlet, each window and door. Run 2-4 CAT5 cables to every place where you think you already know you need 1. If feasible run an HDMI cable from your central wiring closet to the your intended TV place.

Did I mention to make sure to run enough cables :)

Yes, cables do cost money, but in the end of the day, putting the cables in now, will save you a lot and will later on greatly enhance the SWMBO / WAF factor.

rgds
Oliver

2923
Users / Re: Home automation in Europe?
« on: January 01, 2008, 07:27:47 pm »
Yes but it seems a bit overkill or am I wrong?

It depends on your wants and needs. It sure is more expensive than things like X-10. I recently priced EIB just for kicks.

Starting with the needed stuff is about 300EUR, plus around 100-150EUR per device you want to control.

rgds
Oliver

2924
Users / Re: Home automation in Europe?
« on: January 01, 2008, 06:27:08 pm »
Hello,

have a look at the European-Installation-Bus. Lots of companies to choose from. Not cheap, but very versatile.
See http://wiki.linuxmce.com/index.php/EIB.

rgds
Oliver

2925
Users / Alarm Clock
« on: December 29, 2007, 11:26:11 am »
Good day,

to get to know events better, I would like to setup LMCE as my alarm clock. LMCE should play a specific media file at a special time each day.

Anyone has a detailed step by step instruction? I know, i have to setup an event for this, but I can't get the hang of the additional parameters to play a file onto a MD.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

rgds
Oliver

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