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I have a 7970 that works without sound problems using SCCP.
Check on your firewall (Advanced -> Network -> Firewall rules) that you have a rule that allows incoming RTP (sound) packets:
IP version: both
Source port: 10000 to 20000
- How much work would it be to get totally rid of Pluto and have lmce GPLed or is that still lightyears away?
...but speaking on behalf of the cheapskates; how would contributing towards LMCE compare to paying out for a dianemo license?
<esperegu> any guru on mapping/configuring remotes? I want to define a specific button on a remote and have the xev output but cannot seem to figure out what to put into the template. http://dpaste.com/1206214/
<esperegu> I tried media,85,D in the template but that does not seem to do anything
<TSCHAKMac> after adding this, you need to be sure, to reload the router. Is the scan code indeed 85 ?
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: part of the output of xev when I press the button is in http://dpaste.com/1206214/
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: it is the middle mouse button (button 2) and key 85
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: I also tried a mapping like: 4,2=2,176
<TSCHAKMac> uh, no
<TSCHAKMac> you'll need to get more data in this case
<TSCHAKMac> comment out #loglevels in the media director's /etc/pluto.conf
<TSCHAKMac> then killall -9 OrbiterGL
<TSCHAKMac> and grep -rin "GenericHID" /var/log/pluto/XX_name_of_your_launchorbiter.log
<TSCHAKMac> you'll see a scan code when you press the button, hopefully
<TSCHAKMac> use that value.
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: k. thx. awesome. will do that.
<TSCHAKMac> be sure to uncomment the LogLevels line again, and killall -9 OrbiterGL after all of this, so you don't needlessly log things when you're done.
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: does not seem to give a code there
<TSCHAKMac> hm ok
<TSCHAKMac> then some code will have to be added to deal with it.
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: :-(. that easy to do in the template or is that hardcore coding?
<TSCHAKMac> no, it won't be able to be handled in the template
<TSCHAKMac> you'd need to modify Orbiter itself
<esperegu> :-(. outofmyleague ;-)
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: any chance/way I can supply you with the right info so you could add it one day you are working on the specific part in the code anyway?
<TSCHAKMac> no, it doesn't work that way, unfortunately.
<TSCHAKMac> esperegu: whatdevice is it?
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: I got an rf03 on ebay: http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/RF03_Air_mouse
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: I also created a template for it but that does not have all the buttons: http://trac.linuxmce.org/trac.cgi/ticket/1794
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: is there info somewhere with guidelines on which actions are preferred for buttons on a remote?
<esperegu> TSCHAKMac: (I mean which are the actions best to put behind the buttons in lMCE)
<TSCHAKMac> no, there isn't. The point was to map stuff to what made best sense for the remote at hand on a case by case basis.
Let's face it: The people who are using LinuxMCE these days are mainly cheapskates. They use it cause it is free as in beer. Some are here, cause they think they can make a quick buck out of it for clients.