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Users / Re: Android QOrbiter
« on: May 20, 2012, 10:57:39 am »
I too have a cheap-ass tablet running CyanogenMod 7, I've tried both software and GL versions and they both have failed, but I also noticed that going through the guide in the wiki, that the username for the qOrbiter in the Admin Website is set and as soon as I do a quick reload, it disappears, is this supposed to happen? The room name and other details remain.

The DDMS debugging log, config file contents and DCEROUTER.log for the latest release of the non-market version is here:
The tablet model is a Pendo Pad: TPC7SLV
It does create the Linuxmce folder when installed, and a default config, and if I change the number in it it does read it.
I have tried both horizontal and vertical modes, and turning off rotation

It loads the splash screen, displays the "Setting up Lmce" screen, if the orbiter number is correct, "go" goes red and it freezes and shutsdown. If the orbiter number is wrong it sudjests the correct device number which can slide up and down the screen, but when you click it "go" goes red and it freezes.

I have tried to set orbiter details in the web admin, run qOrbiterGenerator.php, quick reload, and then specified the username, but it still does the same.

From the DDMS log it looks like a code library related issue? vs vs ? just a guess.
cheers hope this helps :-)

I like the idea of centralized audio, but wouldnt you get a fair bit of interfearance using speaker cables through out your house?

Users / Re: VIDEO CARDS: ATI, Intel, VIA... whatever you got...
« on: March 24, 2012, 02:11:54 pm »
Hmm, this is causing me problems with a net install on 1004.  The AVWizard pops up after each and every reboot.  I complete it successfully and orbiter loads, etc, etc... on reboot the AVWizard returns every time.  This may be fixed by issues you mentioned earlier and the newer 20120321 build, I'll check it tonight.

Same here, I have run apt-get upgrade on the MD and the Core is already updated, I have attached the and 0start_avwizard as text files.

Chipset is:  VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 945GME Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03)
It detects it correctly as an intel driver in xorg.conf


Users / Re: New xine aspect ratio issue
« on: March 05, 2012, 01:57:23 am »
I have also tried:
DisplaySize     400 300

seems to make no difference, anyone got any ideas on forcing default aspect ratio for movie playback?

Developers / Re: QOrbiter: Updated
« on: February 11, 2012, 09:16:41 am »
Although this not the best test bed, I'm using an N900 with Nitdroid, so far it works up until you press GO, some text scrolls under the connection settings and ends with "Couldnt Save Config!". I believe this might just be an issue with my setup. I tried changing DCEROUTER to an IP and I confirmed the correct Device ID.

Users / New xine aspect ratio issue
« on: February 04, 2012, 09:29:47 am »
Hi all, I've got an MD connected to a LCD TV with a standard VGA cable. I used to have issues with the aspect ratio while playing movies, but this was fixed by entering the display size in the xorg.conf, as mentioned before. After a recent dist-upgrade it has started again. The display size info is still in the xorg.conf and hasn't been overwritten.

The movie files always start out as 16:9 aspect ratio, and need to be manually changed to 4:3. The screen resolution is 1024 x 768, the UI is V2 Normal Horizontal 16:9. Xorg.conf:

Section "Monitor"
        Identifier      "Monitor0"
        DisplaySize     697 392
        VendorName      "AWA"
        ModelName       "LTW32DS"
        Modeline        "1024x768" 60.80 1024 1056 1128 1272 768 768 770 796
#       HorizSync       20-500
        HorizSync       68.677
#       VertRefresh     59-61
        VertRefresh     84.997

Is there anywhere I can manually force the aspect ratio? Other than the update, the TV and MD are the same.


Users / Re: Torrent installation
« on: February 04, 2012, 06:32:55 am »
I prefer transmission - it's also been awesome for me.  I can control it remotely from a terminal, a browser, or my phone.  Handy!!!

Plus if your as lazy/impatient as I am you can get it to post completion notifications to your orbiters

Users / Re: 24-port 1G Switch with POE
« on: October 04, 2011, 04:24:52 pm »
Correction, I know some older Cisco's will prevent PXE booting, If it's a managed switch (which I assume it is) it has  posibilities of interfering if the config is wrong, but with that being said, most newer popular ones (If having issues), should be able to be configed to work. Hope this has helped.

Users / Re: sharp aquos auto detect *solved*
« on: September 25, 2011, 11:39:09 pm »
How did you get it going? Any details?

Users / Re: Stream and TV inclusion by ethernet
« on: September 23, 2011, 12:07:40 pm »
Your going to have to give more information, models numbers, etc..

Developers / Re: QOrbiter: Something for everyone!
« on: September 22, 2011, 11:51:37 am »
Wow that looks impressive!

Just a quick question re:scaling, will it resize the buttons on higher resolutions  or have more space between them?

Users / Re: MD setup fails in 10.04
« on: September 17, 2011, 08:52:02 am »
bit of a silly question, but if completed sucessfully, and it still trys to run Diskless Setup anyway (and fails), is the mac address in webadmin for the MD correct?

Users / Re: Inexpensive and Compact Audio Streaming Device
« on: September 13, 2011, 11:59:36 pm »
Thanks Andrew.

I don't really want to buy another touch interface (that's what my orbiters are for) and I want to use my own speakers so the Logitech SB products that are still offered don't appeal.

I'm looking at putting squeezeslave on a plugcomputer (dreamplug) ( By chance do you have any experience with this?

This was rushed but works consistently:, total cost was about $35, thin clients are bigger than what you were looking for, but not nearly as big as a PC.

Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Monitoring
« on: September 06, 2011, 03:32:02 pm »
also have a look at the existing data logger plugin..
LOL, yeah that could work :-P

I had a quick look through the source to try and work out how to use it, it there any online documentation on the arguments it takes, and how many variables can you pass to it? I could only work out it takes very specific events? would it take much to convert it (if it needs it) to accept:
<device_ID>,<data description>,<max value>,<alert issued at value><number of values>,<value>,<value>, etc...
<35>,<"Disk Usage">,<100%>,<95%>,<2>,<100%>,<43%>... Just an idea.

Basically I want to know if you can fake sensor output?

Feature requests & roadmap / Re: Monitoring
« on: September 05, 2011, 10:57:39 am »
I think we need to see this larger then only the server. I agree that if you just want a cpu graph, you can do it manually with hand-written scripts/files/...
But since linuxmce provides a lot more (dhpc, dns, proxy, firewalling...), we can take this up a higher level. If you put in tools like cacti, you can start monitoring your whole network/house. Think about all computers, switches, routers, power-meters... The key-element here is the user-friendly stuff. People need to be able to do it themselves, simple. With this, you gain that more people will use it, less people will ask you questions...
And it must be flexible...

LOL I see now, your looking for a magical do everything gui that records EVERYTHING you want with virtually no scripting/command prompt. Bwahahahahahah!!

The solution I provided (if you read the bash script) is generic, it'll work with ALL linuxmce systems (testing is needed) and if accepted by the Linuxmce gods, you do virutally nothing just install the package, and click on links in webadmin... It also does as you wanted; Intergrates into Linuxmce backend, looks through your database to finds how many MD's you have, and if they have HDD's it adds them to the graphing list.

"larger then only the server" - I wrote the script in about a day, and it is.
"And it must be flexible" - It is, I have a graph that shows downloaded weather reports and compares them with HDD temperatures.
"Think about all computers, switches, routers, power-meters" - it works with all snmp enabled devices, and those that you can generate scripted statistics. Again... written in about a day.

You've obivously just discovered cacti, and haven't had much experience using other related software... I have used most, and when your talking about flexibility and low overheads MRTG is better. I thought as a network engineer, you'd have used MRTG, as most larger networks do.

And with that I say "Your welcome", "Keep dreaming", and by all means prove me wrong with your working demo.

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