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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Velbus: CAN bus
« on: December 23, 2010, 08:46:52 am »

No idea. I suppose it is? When i check their forum, they talk the whole time about C++ and .NET.
For the moment, i don't see links with/for linux...

 This should be a summary of the protocol:
http://www.velleman.eu/downloads/Velbus_ProtocolSummary.pdf


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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Velbus: CAN bus
« on: December 22, 2010, 12:39:38 pm »
Maybe you're right.
That's the whole problem/question: What's the best, where to buy, how much, pro's/contra's...

I'll definely look into the KNX product line...


Maybe it's an idea to put a kind of chart together with commonly used systems?
I really loved this chart for monitoring systems: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_network_monitoring_systems
If i can help with this, give me a yell...


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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Velbus: CAN bus
« on: December 22, 2010, 12:13:12 pm »
Maybe i describe it wrong...

   Velbus = hardware (cheaper then most domotica hardware)
   Software center = paid software
   linuxMCE = freeware

So wouldn't it be great if Velbus works with linuxMCE?
Great hardware stuff, great software stuff, for a low price?

And yes, i can learn to program. And yes, i can put 100's of hours of work in it. And yes, i can try/test/fail for 100 hours...
But hey, maybe somebody did it already? Or maybe somebody can help me out in, hmmm, maybe 4 hours?


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Feature requests & roadmap / Velbus: CAN bus
« on: December 22, 2010, 10:09:06 am »
Hey,

A really nice (and not so expensive) domotica system is Velbus. It has been created by Velleman. Checkout http://www.velbus.eu
They've got almost a solution for all systems, and even a software center.
But this software center is 'too' expensive.
Once you like the opensource software world... ;)

Velbus is working on the system 'CAN bus'.
And i'm thinking to see how i can implement this in linuxMCE.

Is it difficult to do this?
Or is anybody willing to have look a it?

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Installation issues / Re: Dell PowerEdge 850; fresh install
« on: December 19, 2010, 07:43:04 pm »
poeweee, 5 hours search...

The installation way/procedure could use some fine tuning or up to date manuals...
I've found a lot of different things/ways/explanations of things on the net.

Apparantly when you use a terminalwindow, and run the script as root, it goes a lot better.
After this, when you reboot, you'll get the av-wizard...

up to the next step...

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Installation issues / Dell PowerEdge 850; fresh install
« on: December 19, 2010, 11:55:08 am »
Hey,

I'm trying to install the latest version of LinuxMCE (8.10-23535-i386) on a dell server.
First installation goes fine, but once i've got the desktop, i'm lost.

I can't find anywhere what tot do. Just a script on the desktop where i can run 'linuxMCE'.
A script starts to run, and after a while, i got an error 'Error - KdeSudo,   Command not found!'.
Only thing i can do is click 'OK'. The script goes on, but 'holds/freeze'.
I've got also the idea that some things aren't found to install (internet issue?). But the scripts runs on, so i think it's not a big issue?

Any idea what i can/must do now?


ps is it normal that in the boot menu of the cd, the options 'install kubuntu' and 'install linuxmce' gives the same result?  ???

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Installation issues / Internal calls
« on: October 08, 2009, 06:09:16 pm »
Hey,

Like you can read in another topic, i had some issues to get some cisco phones 7940 up and running. I think that i managed it now. They're registred with SIP and a new template. On the phone itself, i've got nicely a SIP screen with an extension (phone 1 = 201, phone 2 = 202). And in the admin site, i see them under the section 'Devices' - 'Phones'. Everything went nicely through the Oribiter screen (found no phone, reload router....).

But now my problem, i can't call from one phone to the other one.

Do i need to add some additional config? Like a dialplan or something? Or is this done automaticlly?
Has somebody a good walkthrough for this?  ???


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Installation issues / Re: Cisco 7940
« on: October 07, 2009, 07:27:36 pm »

I've put 2 phones on SIP, and was able to get them get an extension from linuxMCE. 
Once, the MAC is in the template, it's all straight forwards. :o

So it seems that the SIP / SCCP story is the main reason for the confusion?


Strange thing is that i've got now 2 phones with number 201 and 202. But they can't call eachother? Hmmm, that's a problem for tomorrow.  I'm already glad that there's something usefull on the phonescreen...  :-\


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Installation issues / Re: Cisco 7940
« on: October 06, 2009, 07:29:47 pm »
What i can't get working is that perl script (configure_cisco7940.pl). I don't see how (when/where) i need to use this...

I think that i think to much.  :P
When i go through that pl script, i see a lot of sip configuration? Wasn't it just not sip?  :-[

I run
Code: [Select]
./configure_cisco7940.pl -d PhoneCubilicum -i 192.168.80.252 -m 00:11:5C:93:AF:D1
Where configure_cisco7940.pl is a copy of the configure_cisco7960.pl without phonelines 3 till 6.
Where PhoneCubilicum is the name i've got in the database (changed via http://localhost)
where 192.168.80.252 the ip is of the phone
where 00:11:5C:93:AF:D1 the mac is of the phone

and get as result
Code: [Select]
Unknown column 'PhoneCubiculum' in 'where......


Sorry that i don't copy the whole error (i'm typing this on another computer).


Thanks to put me on the right tracks...

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Installation issues / Re: Cisco 7940
« on: October 06, 2009, 07:15:34 pm »
damn it. Don't you understand, that if you make a proper #@)%(#@)%#@ device template, that you don't have to make elaborate articles on the wiki?!

I'm getting TIRED of screaming this at the top of my lungs! SPEND TIME STUDYING THE EXISTING DEVICE TEMPLATES AND SCRIPTS!!!
I understand you, but on the other side, it shouldn't be this hard to get it up and running. ;)
That's the whole reason why a lot of persons stay at MS...  ::)
This beside...



Those scripts are generated by the configure_cisco7970.pl script. This needs to be adapted for the 7940.


Okay, back to the drawing panel. What i see is that i've got 2 options, or i change all phones towards sip, or figure out the sccp...
And since sccp is already on the phones, i'll give this another shot.

What i can't get working is that perl script (configure_cisco7940.pl). I don't see how (when/where) i need to use this...

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Installation issues / Re: Cisco 7940
« on: October 06, 2009, 06:17:56 pm »
bit by bit we get there... ;)

I've got 'plutoSip' on top of my phone and the extension 203...
No figuring out how to work with it...

Think that i'll create a nice walkthrough for my other phones...  :-X

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Installation issues / Re: Cisco 7940
« on: October 06, 2009, 06:09:27 pm »
I've put a 7960 beside. Maybe it will be easier to get him working first...

I'm trying to get it up and running, but i'm really lost will all things that need to be done. :$
I've created a xmlDefault.CNF.XML, but still the message rejected.
I messed up a phone with putting him towards SIP (i think).

I'm reading around, and seeing a lot about SIP, skinny, SEP...
Can somebody tell me what's the best (read easiest) to make some phone calls under linuxcMCE?  :-\


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Installation issues / Re: Cisco 7940
« on: October 06, 2009, 07:24:43 am »
The error is on the display on the phone. So more information than that i can't provide (i think).  :-\

   ...File not found: XMLDefaul...     (for a few seconds)
   ...Registration rejected...     (for maybe a minute, and then he reboots)



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Installation issues / Re: Cisco 7940
« on: October 05, 2009, 08:12:38 pm »

I first want to get some phones up and ready (that i can use as normal phones) before i decide to buy a 7970 (those things are expensive!)...

I'm almost there, I think...
The phone gets apperantly an ip and so from the server. The server asks me if i want to add the phone (so naturally i say yes)...
I do a 'quick reload' of the router and the phone.
The phone boots but gives me following errors:
   - File not found: XMLDefaul....
   - Registration rejected

Any idea what i've done wrong?

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Installation issues / Re: Cisco 7940
« on: September 24, 2009, 01:39:42 pm »
the 7940 can not be used as an orbiter.

Are you for real?  ???
Damned, and i've got about 7 of those phones. I want them to use as a multifunctional device (phone, intercom, inputter...). Can I confirm some buttons to do some basic stuf (like turning on lights, deactivate an alarm...

Is there somewhere a good guideline to setup a template for this typ of phone?

ps i'm a newbie with linuxmce, so didn't find the time (or nerves) to go through all setups/manuals...

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