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Hi Hari,
they do automatically show up but you have to pair a reset dongle with a reset remote.

Sorry, but I don't understand what that means !?

Greetings
Viking

482
Users / Re: Looking for a Cheep Web pad for an Orbiter
« on: January 20, 2009, 02:46:29 pm »
Hello Thom,
Contact posde if you wish for a WebDT. He helps tkmedia ship them in Europe.
Thanks for the info :)

Do they look like the one in the Squeezebox kitchen demo here ?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JewXezrq8FY

Greetings
Viking

483
Users / Re: Looking for a Cheep Web pad for an Orbiter
« on: January 20, 2009, 12:56:30 am »
Hi,
I bought a Fujitsu LT500C, runs the basic UI1 and works fine.  I got them used on eBay for $110 with a 802.11g wifi card.  Runs Win2000.
How fast is this thing ? Can you also use the remote control to rewind and the press play again or does it take a "long time" between each command ?

Does it also have an usable internet browser (firefox) and what can run on that ?

Does anybody know how fast the Nokia N810 and the WebDT 366 is compaired to such a device ?


I am thinking about going for a N810 or a LT500C. As the WebDT 366 only is sold in the US and I live in the EU (Denmark).

Greetings
Viking

484
Hi again,

after playing a little with my lamps, I just had to say this. Wow - I really like what linuxmce can do with lightning :D
Can't wait until my Motion Detector and door alarm arrives from England ;)

Good job Hari and all the others helping with LinuxMCE.

Greetings
Viking

485
Hallo Hari,

Quote
is the remote put in configuration mode? (small switch besides usb plug)

That was the info I was missing :) I did not find the manual yesterday on the TrickleStar homepage - probably was to tired ;)
I added that to the wiki - so that the next one won't trap into that also.

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send the "download configuration" command to the z-wave interface.
press and hold "up" until it goes green and the press "up" again shortly.
That worked too - in the Wiki it is described the other way around - that did not work for me. But I also forget to do the quick reload first time I tried. So maybe the wiki way also works. But I added your way of doing it to the wiki too ;)

So far so good. The remote already knew the zwave dimmer so it popped up in the Wizard/devices/Lights after some quick reloads (that linuxmce wanted me to do). So I did not add that one after the remote was added - it was added together with the remote in "download configuration".

So now I would like to add a on/off switch with the remote. I got the remote into green blinking mode (is that called SIS mode/SIS insert mode/ ... ?) and added the switch with a press on the switch button. The remote went green steady and i did a quick reload on the core.

But no switch came up ... even tried to reload two more times (IIRC).

So I sent the "download configuration" command again and brought the remote into green blinking mode. And after two quick reloads (one there was assumed reading the wiki and one that linuxmce told me to do because it found new devices). And now the switch shows up :)

So it does not automagically show up on my system !? I can live with that but it would be nice if it worked like it should ;)

Greetings
Viking

486
Users / Re: Zwave necessary components for easy integ
« on: January 19, 2009, 12:19:40 am »
hello Johan,

living in Denmark I would also be interested in some cheaper prices - if it is possible ;)

Greetings
Viking

487
Users / Re: ASUS eee box b202 - wiki
« on: January 18, 2009, 10:35:43 pm »
Very nice :)
Greetings Viking

488
Users / Pairing Z-Wave devices with a Z-Wave Remote
« on: January 18, 2009, 10:10:03 pm »
Hi,

I have added a new section to the ZWave page on the Wiki that takes you through step-by-step using the Tricklestar remote and SIS mode to include new devices into your ZWave network. This will give you a better idea of how this works in practice. See here;

http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Z-Wave#Manual_Setup_using_SIS_Mode_with_the_Tricklestar_Remote

EDIT: I am using the new 0.0.2 version of hari's ZWave program and 0710rc2 Linuxmce.

I am trying to follow the instructions on the above link, but I can't get the Tricklestar Remote (200ZW-EU-W) to go into the mode (green light flashing) needed for downloading the configuration. I can send the Reset command to the USB adapter - that says OK. Then I press the upper button on the Remote and wait. It starts blinking yellow, then after 10-15 sec. it goes red . Then again yellow blinking, red steady and so on. Newer steady green light. A couple of times it did blink up green and the go red again. I tried rebooting, quick reloading before the reset and so on. All sort of combinations.

Could it be that teh remote it does not have enough battery power - should I load it completely before doing this ? There is no manual say how to reset the Remote or how to see when the battery is fully loaded.

Maybe the Tricklestar USB adapter (300ZW-EU-W) is not added correctly - how can I control that ? Is it OK when it says OK after the reset command. I added the USB ID I am using to the  TrickleStar USB adapter page. Maybe that is the wrong one ?

Attached is a logfile from one time where it did blink green, but it did not have a steady green light before - just went into the blinking state. I then tried to load the configuration. But after a quick reload of the core I did not get the remote into green blinking again :(

Here is also some logging after setting up the log levels 36,40 and 41. I did a reset and after that i held the top button of the remote for several minutes - it just did the yellow flashing and red steady light - as you can see nothing happened :

Code: [Select]
36      01/18/09 21:14:21.483           Received command #776 - Reset <0xb6990b90>
36      01/18/09 21:14:21.483           Resetting the eprom and all node information <0xb6990b90>
36      01/18/09 21:14:21.483           Reset controller and erase all node information <0xb6990b90>
40      01/18/09 21:14:21.511           Sending job 0x80a7e20 (cb 24) - 0x1 0x4 0x0 0x42 0x18 0xa1 (###B##) <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:14:21.515           ACK RECEIVED <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:14:22.331           0x1 0x4 0x0 0x42 0x18 0xa1 (###B##) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:14:22.331           Generic callback handling for command 66, removing job <0xb7992b90>

36      01/18/09 21:14:52.435           We have been idle for 30 seconds, polling device states <0xb7992b90>
40      01/18/09 21:14:52.535           Sending job 0x80a8040 (cb 25) - 0x1 0x9 0x0 0x13 0xff 0x2 0x20 0x2 0x5 0x19 0x26 (###### ###&) <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:14:52.539           ACK RECEIVED <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:14:52.543           0x1 0x4 0x1 0x13 0x1 0xe8 (######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:14:52.543           ZW_SEND delivered to Z-Wave stack <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:14:52.563           0x1 0x5 0x0 0x13 0x19 0x0 0xf0 (#######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:14:52.563           ZW_SEND Response with callback 25 received <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:14:52.563           ZW_SEND was successful, removing job <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:15:22.667           We have been idle for 30 seconds, polling device states <0xb7992b90>
40      01/18/09 21:15:22.767           Sending job 0x80a8260 (cb 26) - 0x1 0x9 0x0 0x13 0xff 0x2 0x20 0x2 0x5 0x1a 0x25 (###### ###%) <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:15:22.771           ACK RECEIVED <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:15:22.775           0x1 0x4 0x1 0x13 0x1 0xe8 (######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:15:22.775           ZW_SEND delivered to Z-Wave stack <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:15:22.795           0x1 0x5 0x0 0x13 0x1a 0x0 0xf3 (#######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:15:22.795           ZW_SEND Response with callback 26 received <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:15:22.795           ZW_SEND was successful, removing job <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:15:52.895           We have been idle for 30 seconds, polling device states <0xb7992b90>
40      01/18/09 21:15:52.995           Sending job 0x80a8480 (cb 27) - 0x1 0x9 0x0 0x13 0xff 0x2 0x20 0x2 0x5 0x1b 0x24 (###### ###$) <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:15:52.999           ACK RECEIVED <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:15:53.003           0x1 0x4 0x1 0x13 0x1 0xe8 (######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:15:53.003           ZW_SEND delivered to Z-Wave stack <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:15:53.023           0x1 0x5 0x0 0x13 0x1b 0x0 0xf2 (#######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:15:53.023           ZW_SEND Response with callback 27 received <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:15:53.023           ZW_SEND was successful, removing job <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:16:23.123           We have been idle for 30 seconds, polling device states <0xb7992b90>
40      01/18/09 21:16:23.223           Sending job 0x80a86a0 (cb 28) - 0x1 0x9 0x0 0x13 0xff 0x2 0x20 0x2 0x5 0x1c 0x23 (###### ####) <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:16:23.227           ACK RECEIVED <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:16:23.231           0x1 0x4 0x1 0x13 0x1 0xe8 (######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:16:23.231           ZW_SEND delivered to Z-Wave stack <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:16:23.251           0x1 0x5 0x0 0x13 0x1c 0x0 0xf5 (#######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:16:23.251           ZW_SEND Response with callback 28 received <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:16:23.251           ZW_SEND was successful, removing job <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:16:53.355           We have been idle for 30 seconds, polling device states <0xb7992b90>
40      01/18/09 21:16:53.455           Sending job 0x80a88c0 (cb 29) - 0x1 0x9 0x0 0x13 0xff 0x2 0x20 0x2 0x5 0x1d 0x22 (###### ###") <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:16:53.459           ACK RECEIVED <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:16:53.463           0x1 0x4 0x1 0x13 0x1 0xe8 (######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:16:53.463           ZW_SEND delivered to Z-Wave stack <0xb7992b90>
41      01/18/09 21:16:53.483           0x1 0x5 0x0 0x13 0x1d 0x0 0xf4 (#######) <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:16:53.483           ZW_SEND Response with callback 29 received <0xb7992b90>
36      01/18/09 21:16:53.483           ZW_SEND was successful, removing job <0xb7992b90>

Thanks for any help :)
Viking

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Users / Re: Setting up Siemens Gigaset IP
« on: January 14, 2009, 11:15:42 pm »
Hi again,

I think I found the answer to my Question in this thread :
http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=7102.0

here is a list of thing you can do from the first post
    * Forwarding calls depending on status (Asleep, away, at home, etc..)
    * Priority caller features
    * Integration with security system (call neighbors, your cell phone, police, fire dept. on different security events)
    * Answering Machine features / mailbox features
    * Dialing from orbiters (phone book, speed dial etc)
    * Recording and archiving of conversations
    * Hold features and on hold music
    * pausing media upon receiving a phone call

well some of them probably don't count because we could do that anyway if we use an VOIP provider.

Greetings
Viking

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Users / Re: Setting up Siemens Gigaset IP
« on: January 14, 2009, 11:09:06 pm »
Hallo Andrew,

OK, thanks for the info :)
I am probably getting an 10/10 Mbit line as I have Fibercable in the house and the company pays. (But it only costs 57€ / month) So bandwidth should be there. But are there any Latency problems with VOIP ? I newer tried it myself, just head from the ones having trouble with bad audio because of latency and maybe other problems.

According to the infos on the 470IP it can make 2 VOIP calls and 1 POTS (not yet had time to find out what POST means but assume land-line) calls concurrently.

But what is the advantage of having the 470IP connected to Asterisk. That the sound volume is lowered when a call comes in ? I don't see any other advantage in this ...

Greetings
Viking

491
Users / Re: Z-wave how do I keep my old light switches ?
« on: January 14, 2009, 10:18:22 am »
Hi again,

so the Battery low status is put into the log. As a temporary solution I could grep this once a day or whatever and send myself a mail telling me where to replace the battery.

If I have found the right informations - I will have to turn on log levels 36 in  /etc/pluto.conf and then look in the log.

What file is it logging to (zwave devices are not delivered yet ;)).
What do I grep for ?

Greetings
Viking

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Users / Re: Z-wave how do I keep my old light switches ?
« on: January 14, 2009, 10:11:53 am »
Hi Hari,

Thanks a lot, this is really good news  :D

So this can sort of be a cheaper replacement for the GC-100 in cases where one would like to have some switches for doors/windows, PIR's and so on. Really Great :D
Only bad thing is that one has to change the batteries once and a while.

Greetings
Viking

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Users / Re: Setting up Siemens Gigaset IP
« on: January 14, 2009, 12:31:56 am »
Hi,

how is the Gigaset then usable together with LinuxMCE ?

What can I do from the Orbiter/Media Director and what from the phone ?

Maybe I am asking stupid questions. But I am not into PBX and Asterisk at the moment. Where can I read something about how Asterisk is implemented in LinuxMCE ?

Greetings
Viking

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Users / Re: Z-wave how do I keep my old light switches ?
« on: January 13, 2009, 10:26:08 pm »
Hi Hari,

I know a lot of questions ;), but could you please answer this one :

Can this 506004 be used for more than one device ? Meaning can I connect 4 different devices and it will be able to send four different trigger signals (turn on four different lights) ... ? Or does all four connections trigger the same signal/light ?


Greetings
Viking

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Developers / Re: Danfoss RA-plus - controllable with linuxMCE 0710 ?
« on: January 13, 2009, 10:21:35 pm »
Yes, "Community Heating" sounds right :)

Greetings
Viking

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