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Users / Re: New Asterisk feature or is it my Gigaset?
« on: February 06, 2013, 10:39:16 pm »
Okay, this sounds probably stupid on my part, but you're used to that from me, I suppose.
I'm using a Gigaset 610 IP together with LMCE and thats all working nicely so far. Today, when I came home I noticed a missed phonecall. Upon checking it on my Gigaset, I was astounded to see the full name of the caller in the display. It was somebody I knew, but didn't have the number for, so clearly this info came from somwhere else.
Right now I'm a bit confused, where this nice feature comes Asterisk now automatically doing a reverselookup or is this something my Gigaset does on its own?
I'd appreciate your input.

Hey maverick, most callerid features that I've seen pass both the name and number of the called to the device.  Usually it's a feature of the provider that you can enable/disable in your voip account.  The gigaset does not do reverse lookup and to my knowledge LMCE is not doing any reverse number lookup either. 

Second, I also have a Gigaset 610 IP and I was just going to try implementing it and a voip line with my lmce production system.  Any advice on setup/integration with lmce? 


I really want to beat whomever did the udev rules for these devices to a fucking pulp...




Sure, here it is on the accelerometer machine (hp6710b):

Thanks jamo!  You're device does not present ID_INPUT_JOYSTICK=1.  Your device will not be erroneously detected after the next snapshot is released.


Thanks for having a look at this. I will try to apply and test your patches on my false positives (hp6710b notebooks accelerometer) and let you know. Will be great if this is addressed.

You're welcome, it's been buggin the crap out of me too :).  Just for completeness, could you post the output of:
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udevadm info --query property --name /dev/input/js0for your accelerometer device.  (Accelerometer in my laptop doesn't present at /dev/input/js?)  I know it will not mis-detect a mouse device now but I'm not sure what the accelerometer presents as.


There are two 'fixes' to repair the issue.  The first is script based only and will fix improper initial detection.  The USB_Game_Pad (c++) fixes the same issues AFTER a game pad has been detected.  USB_Game_Pad and the detection radars are independent.  All is working great here so I'm hopeful it will be rolled in soon.  I can provide copies of the scripts which, after you delete the existing GamePad devices in webadmin, will no longer detect and add new game pad devices.  Once a joystick device is plugged in it would create the game pad device and USB_Game_Pad takes over at that point.

If your issue is solely that you have erroneous detection and want that to stop.  You can use the following scripts as replacements then reboot the core/md in question (to reload the detection radar) and delete the existing game_pad devices from webadmin.  As long as you don't plug in anything that presents as a joystick then USB_Game_Pad should not run after this. <- <-


Installation issues / Re: USBUIRT not transmitting in 10.04
« on: February 04, 2013, 10:17:57 pm »
No log for the child.  I expect that entries from the child would make it into the UIRT's log, but I don't know.


Fixes are in svn for erroneous detection issues. 

I also fixed an issue where the detection radar only functioning properly if a joystick was plugged in, for the first time, after bootup.  It would not function correctly on a core if the joystick was first plugged in prior to, or during, boot.  Basically the radar is starts before dcerouter which prevents the detection message from reaching the dcerouter during boot.  The radar then would not fire any additional detection messages and the joystick was never detected.

I'm not sure when these will be rolled in, everything is working well.


Alright, after conversation with tschak on irc I understand the issue a little bit more and it will require a bit more refactoring of the detection scripts and of the USB_Game_Pad device to function the way it needs too.  I'm am first fixing the detection scripts to detect ANY joystick existing on /dev/input/js?.  Then (hopefully) figure out USB_Game_Pad so that it will ignore non-joystick devices that present at /dev/input/js?.


awesome. patch it :)


Working on it.  :)  Here's a and that are no longer detecting my mouse as a game pad.  I'll submit to svn if I can get confirmation that it works for someone else with a gamepad and for someone who has always had the issue of improper detection of non joystick devices. <- <-


To illustrate my previous e-mail, and as tschak pointed out earlier, devices will either have or not have ID_INPUT_JOYSTICK=1. 

Here is the udev output from the mouse in my VirtualBox Virtual Machine that is consistently detected as a joystick, notice there is no ID_INPUT_JOYSTICK=1, it has ID_INPUT_MOUSE=1 instead.  Why it is mapped to /dev/input/js0 as well as the normal mouse input I have no idea.

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# udevadm info --query property --name /dev/input/js0
DEVLINKS=/dev/char/13:0 /dev/input/by-id/usb-VirtualBox_USB_Tablet-mouse /dev/input/by-path/pci-0000:00:06.0-usb-0:1:1.0-mouse


OK, so the package is installed if required, but I can't see why the GamepadCmd variable is set because I can't figure out where/if it's ever used?
 snag is... that "GamepadCmd" bit... what is that used for and where does it come in. Is it a necessary step I'm missing out?

The GamepadCmd environment variable is read by the actual AVWizard (a C++ program) and it's contents are executed by AVWizard to start the GamePad device.  It also takes care of removing the device when the AVWizard completes.

When AVWizard completes, the GamePad Radar ( takes over detection..

It seems to me that the easiest way to implement this might be to simply alter the existing detection scripts.  Run 'udevadm info --query property --name /dev/input/js0' on each detected device and grep it for 'ID_INPUT_JOYSTICK=1', if that returns a value then activate the gamepad.  Likewise don't activate the device in the radar (or set GamepadCmd) if the grep returns nothing.  The udev rule would likely be more efficient on cpu resources.


Installation issues / Re: USBUIRT not transmitting in 10.04
« on: February 02, 2013, 08:27:46 pm »
I know the embedded transmitter (usb uirt embedded transmitter) is a child device, sort of a dummy device as referred to by Tshak, but should it still have a log file? Only the parent has a log file in my case (the parent being the receiver, which is working).

I do get the "some devices failed to start" message when I start up my MD. How do I track down which devices? Is it possible that the embedded transmitter is the one failing? Is it supposed to start (being a dummy/child device and all)?

Hmm, try the log for the Orbiter?


Installation issues / Re: USBUIRT not transmitting in 10.04
« on: February 02, 2013, 08:24:40 pm »
Haven't had a chance to look into this further yet, still fiddling with the remote mapping for the receiver, but I wanted to ask if anyone has one (USBUIRT) working as a transmitter in 10.04? If so, when you transmit a code (say in "Test" mode when you are entering codes and you press the test button), can you see a flash from the unit? I've tried using my mobile phone camera to watch the unit and I don't see anything so I'm presuming it isn't happening.

The USBUIRT will flashes the same red led when it emits an IR code that it flashes when it reads an IR code.  You will see it.

I see there was a bug in 07.10 and there are a few references in the wiki to transmission problems and I haven't tried any of those fixes, assuming they are no longer an issue in 10.04?

Anyone care to comment?

You should not need any fixes from 0710.  I have been using 2 USBUIRTs on 1004, for a couple of years now, and have never had a problem with them.

As possy says, not emitting a code is usually due to room differences between the device and the UIRT.


Installation issues / Re: LinuxMCE on raspberry pi
« on: February 02, 2013, 08:09:14 pm » has some attempts to get LinuxMCE running on RPi.
Can someone elaborate on why it is not possible to run LinuxMCE on RPi?
Seems like it should.

For some more information check this out:

Currently I have a raspberry pi running as a MD (no AV yet).  DCERouter *could* run on a pi, it would not handle media and orbiter regens would be painfully slow.  I have not built any of the database requirements to run a pi as a core, nor have I worked out an installation path for a core on rpi as I do not see it as necessary.  LMCE needs a beefier system as a core to properly operate.

Or, as hari says, look into agocontrol which is primarily home automation and is intended to run on lower power devices like the Raspberry Pi.


Users / Re: Media list (grid) scroll/page down button on IR remote
« on: January 30, 2013, 09:51:16 pm »
Heres my DCERouter.log as I move up the UI2 menu and select the Audio datagrid.  No Set Screen Type command is sent on my system, I'm using a standard XP MCE remote.


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