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of course. Thanks to Andrew and his team, the VDR integration is getting along. And they probably have good reasons for their course of action. It still bugs me a bit though :) as the VDR implementation as it is there right now, is much more stable than the MythTV implementation, when it comes to DVB-S signal problems.


PS: Michael, the ATI RemoteWonder works in LinuxMCE as well ;)

Developers / Re: Java/ J2ME mobile orbiter
« on: July 10, 2008, 08:26:25 pm »

I have a bluetooth dongle in my media director, my phone got detected, and specified as a Symbian S60 phone. In the webadmin I later disabled resending the application.

I compiled the latest svn co, copied the file to my Nokia E61, and start the application.

The application sits there and says "Waiting for connection"

The protocol for the MD looks like this.
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dcerouter_78648:/usr/pluto/diskless/31/var/log/pluto# tail -f
05 07/10/08 20:24:09.253 Inquiry started <0xb67d6b90>
05 07/10/08 20:24:22.065 Inquiry complete
05 07/10/08 20:24:22.066 Inquiry started <0xb67d6b90>
05 07/10/08 20:24:34.878 Inquiry complete
05 07/10/08 20:24:34.954 Inquiry started <0xb67d6b90>
05 07/10/08 20:24:47.754 Inquiry complete
05 07/10/08 20:24:47.754 Inquiry started <0xb67d6b90>

Any pointers where I should start digging?



and I do hear you. There is currently a HUGE number of people, that would LOVE having a basic VDR integration. From your first message in this thread, it looks to me, as if you are trying to get a lot of things going in the system, where most people want BASIC functionality, only.

I hope, once the vacation season is over, we do get to see at least a basic integration of VDR in LinuxMCE. And maybe even have access to the source via the regular Subversion repository.


Hello Andrew,

if I understand you correct, the main problem right now is not the distribution of the DVB received live data, but more the analog side of things. Is that correct?

If that is true, it would be great if you could release a version that just does the distribution part of things, and leave the rest for a later release.


Users / Re: Brand New System ... can it do this
« on: July 04, 2008, 04:24:24 pm »
Hello Richard,

as Zaerc and tschak have pointed out, most of your questions are directly answered in the wiki. The only question that is not answered is regarding down- and uploading stuff from the P1i. Reason being, we currently have nothing implemented to do that.

LinuxMCE does what you want to do. Follow the guidelines, and chances are, you will like it. If you try to take a different route, while entirely possible with LinuxMCE, you are on your own.

One note: When you install LinuxMCE off of the DVD, it will wipe your ENTIRE harddrive.


Installation issues / Re: High Hopes....dashed to
« on: June 29, 2008, 07:57:03 pm »
Hello hollywood,

could you verify the MD5SUM of your burned DVD before trying to install it? Maybe even three or four burns did have problems.


Users / Re: re-Routeing audio independant of video
« on: May 10, 2008, 02:48:48 pm »
Are you able plug the headphones into an output of your receiver? If yes, you can tell lmce about your receiver, and just switch it with the remote.

Installation issues / Re: Issues with 0710 RC - DVD not working
« on: April 26, 2008, 03:08:51 pm »
Some previously (LinuxMCE-)ripped DVDs no longer play. I see the first selection screen for the language, right after choosing a language, the movie stops. Playing some others work without issues.


Users / Re: LinuxMCE Compare to Control4
« on: April 19, 2008, 12:08:18 pm »
Another note on merten. The english pages can be found here

Users / Re: LinuxMCE Compare to Control4
« on: April 19, 2008, 12:06:45 pm »
Hello kengtay,

go to ebay. You can get Fujitsu Siemens Stylistics for around 200-400€. Some of them can be used with finger, some need a special pen. I have an older one, which works just beautifully as an orbiter. It does not have enough power to work as a Media Director (well it does, but Audio only), but is great to control other media directors. Screen size >= 10.4"


Users / Re: Linuxmce/Pluto licence question - selling equipment
« on: April 18, 2008, 06:47:39 pm »

how about calling Pluto and asking them?


Developers / Re: March 29 - 12:00N EDT - HADesigner Workshop
« on: March 13, 2008, 08:29:34 am »

unfortunately, I won't be part of this. I am on vacation that week. But I am looking forward to the recording of your show.


Users / Re: Gaps between tracks in music playback/chapters/options?
« on: March 04, 2008, 03:22:06 pm »
What about the rip file format question, and chapters/indices - any suggestions on that? OGG supports chapters but not sure if it is only for video, or if LMCE would even honour them for navigation....

Did you try to rip a CD outside of lmce using the OGG container and see what happens? First within Xine or any other audio player, and after that within LinuxMCE?


Users / Re: Gaps between tracks in music playback/chapters/options?
« on: March 04, 2008, 08:59:15 am »

the problem seems, that the current implementations uses a single file/track metaphor for playing audio media. For video it plays a disc, but for audio the track and/or file is defined to be played. It goes something like
DCERouter says "Xine play Track 1"
Xine says: "Playing ---"
Xine says: "Done. Quitting"
DCERouter receives quitting, looks up next file/track to play
DCERouter say "Xine play Track "

To have continuous playback DCERouter has to be extended to say
DCERouter says "Xine play this playlist"
Xine says: "Playing ---"

That way, it might work with Xine and seemless playback. But it is not coded that way. Do a feature request for 0804.


Developers / Re: Java/ J2ME mobile orbiter
« on: March 04, 2008, 08:54:16 am »
Hello Hari,

do you know if the Nokia 8800 Arte supports the right Java stuff?

The only mentioning of JSR082 if found was on a japanese site. The phone is a gem, and if would work with your PerfectMO, I'd have a reason ... ;-)


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