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Users / Re: Video Standards.
« on: December 21, 2014, 06:06:18 pm »
I'd love to be able to play mythtv live tv&recordings on a rpi and occasionally on an android device.

Personally I don't care much about apple: android is getting most of the market share and since they are much more affordable anyone able to buy an apple should be able to get a simple android device.

That said being able to play everything on every device is the best of course but probably not worth the efforts.

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« on: December 21, 2014, 06:00:22 pm »
Anybody a suggestion on how to stop this except pulling the wan plug? I tried adding a firewall rule to the input list:
ipv4    input            tcp & udp      5060          DROP      Edit Delete

that does not help.

I tried renaming /usr/sbin/asterisk and that also does not help.
anyone?

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Users / Re: Need some dedicated testers.
« on: December 15, 2014, 06:11:28 pm »
\o/

wise decision. Hope it helps you in your progress. Congrats on the work thus far.


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Users / program control
« on: December 15, 2014, 10:07:01 am »
How can I hide the blue buttons and keyboard button when I start a program via computing? (added as described in http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Adding_new_computing_apps )

Also is it possible and if so how can I have remote input on the program so that the pressing play/pause on a remote it gets translated to a space press. Is it also possible to have an orbiter show a play/pause butten and send that as well?

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« on: December 14, 2014, 09:20:09 pm »
Anybody a suggestion on how to stop this except pulling the wan plug? I tried adding a firewall rule to the input list:
ipv4    input            tcp & udp      5060          DROP      Edit Delete

that does not help.

I tried renaming /usr/sbin/asterisk and that also does not help.


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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« on: December 03, 2014, 11:35:53 am »
Guys, I can not stress this enough:

FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS HOLY, MAKE YOUR SIP EXTENSION PASSWORDS, STRONG! THERE IS A RASH OF SIP_VICIOUS RUNS HAPPENING WITH PHONE SPAMMERS LOOKING FOR FREE EXTENSIONS!

IF YOU PUT A PASSWORD like '12345' ON ONE OF YOUR SIP EXTENSIONS, IT'S YOUR OWN FUCKING FAULT, FOR WHAT HAPPENS! FIX IT!

EVEN BETTER? FIREWALL OFF PORT 5060, IF YOUR REGISTRAR CAN HANDLE REGISTRATIONS WITHOUT REQUIRING THE PORT TO BE OPEN!

-Thom

Since the sip was not working I was not using the system and therefore had just a default install without any password modification. The passwords I noticed on the phone devices page are all something like: "ng1jaa7m4ccyaomc". So if that is an issue then I think a default install might be unsave.

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« on: November 26, 2014, 09:42:31 am »
That's why i suggested disabling his WAN side connection to see if the call traffic went away.

That seems to stop the activity (see gap between 8:40 and 9:26) . How to prevent it without unplugging?  ;)

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2014-11-26 09:38:03 SIP 1006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-26 09:32:24 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 09:31:18 SIP 100 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-26 09:27:13 SIP 1101 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 09:26:15 SIP 1006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 08:40:06 SIP 6000 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 08:36:39 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:12
2014-11-26 08:35:39 SIP 6000 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 08:30:26 SIP 1101 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 08:28:39 SIP 6000 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 08:24:30 SIP 10001 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 08:21:46 SIP 6000 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-26 08:17:25 SIP 1005 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-26 08:11:42 SIP 1101 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 08:08:45 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 08:07:58 SIP 6001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 08:05:56 SIP 1005 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 07:56:29 SIP 1003 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 07:54:48 SIP 1005 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 07:54:10 SIP 6001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 07:52:52 SIP 1101 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 07:43:34 SIP 1005 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 07:40:43 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 07:40:33 SIP 6001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 07:33:44 SIP 1101 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:12
2014-11-26 07:32:07 SIP 5000 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 07:26:22 SIP 123456 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-26 07:20:56 SIP 5000 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-26 07:14:55 SIP 1101 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-26 07:12:39 SIP 123456 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« on: November 24, 2014, 05:03:18 pm »
Does the log still show similar call activity now?

Actually it does. Any ideas what might cause it?

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2014-11-24 17:00:42 SIP 1223 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-24 16:54:42 SIP 2001 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-24 16:46:34 SIP 1223 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-24 16:45:10 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-24 16:38:16 SIP 123456 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:34:15 SIP 106 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-24 16:32:12 SIP 104 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:28:30 SIP 27 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:26:25 SIP 2001 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-24 16:19:48 SIP 9000 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:19:47 SIP 9000 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:18:42 SIP 27 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-24 16:17:49 SIP 104 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:14:12 SIP 8009 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:14:11 SIP 8009 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:13:06 SIP 2001 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-24 16:08:48 SIP 27 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:08:27 SIP 8008 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:08:26 SIP 8008 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:04:03 SIP 106 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-24 16:03:46 SIP 104 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:02:57 SIP 8007 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 16:02:57 SIP 8007 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 15:59:01 SIP 102 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 15:57:14 SIP 8006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 15:57:13 SIP 8006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 15:56:17 SIP 2001 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-24 15:51:42 SIP 8005 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 15:51:41 SIP 8005 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-24 15:49:10 SIP 102 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« on: November 24, 2014, 11:28:43 am »
I had only one SIP provider and since it did not work I was not using it. Even after disabling that account it was still doing the ringing.
A simple test would be to temporarily disable the external trunk and see if the phantom rings still happen.
doesn't that previous message already answers that option?

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« on: November 21, 2014, 02:33:26 pm »
whats the correct way to check that? I had only one SIP provider and since it did not work I was not using it. Even after disabling that account it was still doing the ringing.

Fortunately it seems to have stopped ringing after a few reboots.

I still get all these entries in the call detailed records log. Is that normal? I do/use nothing with telecom

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2014-11-21 14:29:57 SIP 2055 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:25:41 SIP 1181 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 14:22:51 SIP 106 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-21 14:21:25 SIP 1181 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:19:35 SIP 88108 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-21 14:17:12 SIP 1181 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:15:25 SIP 400 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 14:12:58 SIP 1181 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:08:49 SIP 9996 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:06:33 SIP 9999 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 14:04:41 SIP 9996 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:00:24 SIP 9996 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:00:19 SIP 400 Wait s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:57:08 SIP 106 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-21 13:56:08 SIP 9996 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:51:55 SIP 8001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:50:42 SIP 209 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:47:43 SIP 8001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:45:24 SIP 400 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:43:32 SIP 8001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:39:22 SIP 8001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:35:13 SIP 9999 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:35:08 SIP 9509 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:31:07 SIP 106 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-21 13:30:57 SIP 9509 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:30:20 SIP 400 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:26:42 SIP 9509 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:22:31 SIP 9509 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:18:17 SIP 6303 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:15:01 SIP 1004 Wait s ANSWERED 00:01

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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« on: November 14, 2014, 08:43:19 am »
it rings every 10 minutes

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Users / LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« on: November 14, 2014, 07:23:20 am »
LMCE suddenly started ringing. I have tons of unknown entries in the call log but non on the specific ring times. Any ideas what it might be and what might cause it? Also what are all those entries?

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2014-11-14 07:03:44 SIP 5001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:58:35 SIP 10001 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-14 06:55:09 SIP 100 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:52:05 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-14 06:49:39 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-14 06:49:24 SIP 4001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:34:47 SIP 4001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:27:28 SIP 100 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:22:45 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-14 06:22:26 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-14 06:19:59 SIP 4001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:07:47 SIP 10001 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-14 06:07:03 SIP 102030 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:07:02 SIP 102030 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:07:00 SIP 102030 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-14 06:06:59 SIP 102030 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:06:57 SIP 102030 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-14 06:06:56 SIP 102030 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:06:54 SIP 102030 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-14 06:06:53 SIP 102030 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 06:05:29 SIP 4001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 05:59:44 SIP 100 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 05:53:10 SIP 100 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-14 05:51:59 SIP 2006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 05:51:58 SIP 2006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-14 05:51:57 SIP 2006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 05:51:56 SIP 2006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 05:51:55 SIP 2006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 05:51:54 SIP 2006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-14 05:51:53 SIP 2006 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00

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Users / way to play/select music. another player?
« on: November 06, 2014, 11:54:14 am »
Anyone has some experience with alternative ways to play music on lmce? I either am missing the flexibility or am using it differently cause I cannot seem to get to easily play audio. My use case is pretty simple: I know where the audio that I want to play is located on the system but cannot easily reach it. when I do a search I can only play one file at a time but I just want to play the folder. I only managed to do that on the public share but the audio I want to play is not. Any ideas?

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Developers / Re: Market Research
« on: November 06, 2014, 09:06:16 am »
In my mindset, I set the temperature for a room once, I might modify it empirical over time, but never ever do I change the temperature in a room daily or on a time schedule. Way more expensive to reheat a room, than to keep a room at a specific temperature. Maybe other countries/homes are different, but that is the scientific consensus in Germany.

If that is the case we still have along way to go. I never heard about that yet. Here in the Netherlands the temperature is not set to a constant but also not totally to 0 at night. I always thought that it was cheaper to lower the temp a bit but not to much. But as u say the experts know best. Plain logic I think that the bigger the temp difference the bigger the loss and it also depends on the amount of isolation your room has.

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Users / Re: RF remote, gyration replacement
« on: October 31, 2014, 12:55:24 pm »
I have tried several cheap gyro mini keyboards, and found this one ticks all the boxes for me. 14 quid.

Slightly weird is that the buttons are swapped, but when you are using it it kind of makes sense (closer to your thumb). Battery lasts nearly forever. F keys are all there and don't require shift/function to be pressed. Good range. Also has a card slot in case that's useful for you. My only gripe is that it doesn't have a laser pointer, but to be fair it's only the cats who suffer.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/190897144856


thx a lot mate.

I dont think I get the family used to a keyboard thought. Searching for your item I also found a remote that is more like a standard remote:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-4Ghz-Wireless-Air-Fly-Mouse-Keyboard-Remote-Control-For-Android-TV-Box-MX3-/111297791678?pt=PCA_Mice_Trackballs&hash=item19e9dd86be

Maybe that will do a nice job. I also ordered this model.

Keep the suggestions coming.

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