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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

2927
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

2928
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

2929
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

2930
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

2931
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

2932
Developers / Re: Grid of lighting scenarios as default for Orbiter
« on: October 28, 2008, 10:11:41 am »
It would be nice to have some functionality whereby if no media has been watched for XX minutes then the amps, active subs etc are turned off.

This is part of the regular LinuxMCE setup. It happens automatically. 15 minutes after the last media is played, all my audio and video devices are turned off

rgds
Oliver

2933
Developers / Re: Grid of lighting scenarios as default for Orbiter
« on: October 27, 2008, 09:00:04 am »
I know, but I'm using X10, not IR to turn my amps on and off. So no solution for this? Would be great if you could specify an X10 device as the power switch for your amps!

Unfortunately, there is currently no provision to have an on/off switch in front of any of the AV devices. But we had this discussion already, it ain't an easy task though.

rgds
Oliver

2934
I have no idea, but I would try starting with HADesigner (or QuickDesigner which, imho, is easier to work with), and see what kind of DesignObj exists, and see if you can call any of those from your scenario and see what happens.

rgds
Oliver

2935
Feature requests & roadmap / Re: RAID Alerting
« on: October 26, 2008, 09:06:59 pm »
Doesn't an email alert with mdadm conf already work?

rgds
Oliver (Who does not want to break his RAID to test if the alert really works)

2936
Have a look at the Linux distros that come with the Netbooks.

LinuxMCE is not what you want.

rgds
Oliver

2937
bulek,

instead of going to a screen, you mind want to look into Popups. They go away automatically, afaik.

rgds
Oliver

PS: I do not know, if that works from the scenarios, but it does work just fine from the Designer

2938
Users / Re: Usage of Telecom
« on: October 25, 2008, 03:46:15 pm »
dlewis,

thank you for your pointers. Especially the part with sip_nat.conf is clearly described in the wiki ;)

As this is ONLY relevant for calls leaving your network, and calls coming into your network, I don't think that SCCP is relevant here. At least I don't know an ITP providing SCCP services.

rgds
Oliver

2939
Developers / Re: Grid of lighting scenarios as default for Orbiter
« on: October 25, 2008, 03:43:19 pm »
chris,

the audio kit will not get turned on, when you turn on the MD. The audio kit should get automatically turned on, when you need the audio output. If you have your AV gear correctly related to your MD that should happen automagically (and it does do for me :) ).

This is the beauty of LinuxMCE.

rgds
Oliver

2940
Hello bulek,

I'd like to make event handlers for motion sensors outside of the house.
I'd like to switch Orbiter to show coresponding camera (easy done with goto screen command), wait for 30 secs (I guess delay command), but then I'd like to switch back to whatever screen Orbiter was showing...

what do you want to achieve that is currently not included in the standard security camera handling?

rgds
Oliver

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