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Installation issues / Re: apt-get upgrade issues
« on: August 06, 2012, 05:13:44 pm »
The best answer I could find for you is this guide:

Installation issues / Re: IP Camera in 1004
« on: August 02, 2012, 02:55:51 pm »
To my understanding the difference between 'normal IP camera (core)' and a 'motion ip camera (motion)' is that:

Normal ip camera: You can control the movements of the IP cam via your orbiter, but the images are not being actively monitored, unless this is done by your ip cam.

Motion: Motion is monitoring your images from your ip cam and LinuxMCE can then catch an action/event and do something about it. BUT it's NOT possible via Motion to get acces to adjust position/rotate the camera viewing angle. Then instead you must login to the IP cam's own webserver and via this interface adjust the movement.

Motion wrapper:

Users / Re: DHCP leases Foscam IP camera problem
« on: July 31, 2012, 09:53:52 am »
If you need an solution, i think i've got one.  :o

When i put my switch on 10HD instead of auto (or 100FD/HD...), i've got no interruptions.
So try the speed to 10HD (switchsettings, an old hub instead of switch...).
I've tested it also with fixed settings on 100FD, but i had the same result. I think that the build in network card can't live with real 100 full duplex... ;)

Before i lost connections after a few minutes. Now it runs for about 48hours without any hickup.
I monitor the camera with cacti, i poll it each minute, so quite sure that i've got no interruptions anymore...

Hi Ben,

I have tried to change my settings in my netgear wgr614v9 but I can only choose between B&G or only G.
I will try to find an old router and try your proposal.

And thank you for sharing your valuable info :-)


Users / Re: DHCP leases Foscam IP camera problem
« on: July 27, 2012, 07:16:20 pm »
Sorry no progress so far. I will update as soon as i get anywhere. But I have also recently become a father so I don't have much time, so please be patient :-)

Users / Re: 710,810,1004 or what?
« on: June 30, 2012, 11:06:24 am »
Hi I just removed my vote from  08.10  and created a new vote to LMCE 10.04

Users / Re: IMPORTANT change on the Wiki, please read
« on: June 30, 2012, 11:01:03 am »
MediaWiki translates underscores to spaces.. I did workaround this, please test.

Spot on Hari :-) Thanks, now I could log in

Users / Re: IMPORTANT change on the Wiki, please read
« on: June 28, 2012, 09:05:22 pm »
Hmm I don't get it, I just tried again to login to the wiki...

I use this web page to loging:

and get this error:
Log in
Login error
There is no user by the name "bri_jac". Check your spelling.

And the webpage changes to this

thank you for trying, did you create the testuser similar to my name? bri_jac

Users / Re: DHCP leases Foscam IP camera problem
« on: June 28, 2012, 12:57:05 am »
Yes I know it's been a while in this post...
But I face exactly same problem with mine Foscam clones (IP-Camera-002a) + my Arduino webserver. While I used AP as DHCP server I could get access to my ip camera + Arduino webserver. but using LMCE as DHCP server seems to loose my ip connection. I have added another Foscam IP camera clone to LMCE compated to my 'old' setup, just to mention it.

I understand it's something with arp tables timeout and I assume it's not really LMCe but the DHCP server in Kubuntu that seems to be sensitive with something - I wonder if there is a quick-fix so I could force an arp table manually to never timeout or what shall I do?

Users / Re: IMPORTANT change on the Wiki, please read
« on: June 26, 2012, 10:23:59 pm »
I still can't login to the wiki when I try to use my forum login/password?

Login error
There is no user by the name "bri_jac". Check your spelling.

I use FF 13.0.1 on my LMCE 10.04 - do I need something special to be able to login? java? I still don't get it

Users / Re: IMPORTANT change on the Wiki, please read
« on: June 24, 2012, 10:17:10 am »
I'm not able to log in t the wiki? I get this error message, Can it be because I have never previously had an wiki account? will you add me manually? thanks in advance

Login error
There is no user by the name "bri_jac". Check your spelling.

Yes now everything is working according to plan  ;D

So I did as the link I previously posted..
Downloaded new driver from Asix.

modprobe -r asix
untar the archive
sudo make install
modprobe asix

plug in the device.  and then I just rebooted to be sure it's all ok.

Now I have my setup like this:
Laptop internal Ethernet plug connected to my ADSL.
Laptop USB-0401 Level One connected to my WGR614v6 router in LAN port and disabled DHCP in AP, and set LAN to a static IP (As you guys have described)

And now my client laptop can connect via wifi, and also my phone (Nokia N9) is connected via wifi and they both get DHCP IP from my LinuxMCE.

I wanted my Level One to be serving my internal network, due to it's a gigabit ethernet, so it wont be the bottleneck ( I will keep an eye if it instead will use all USB bandwith in the future, and then swap those NIC interfaces).

Thank you all for your positive and helpful comments :-)

Installation issues / Re: 10.04, troubles using Level One USB-0401
« on: June 21, 2012, 05:46:54 pm »
Oki I got it now :-) well almost... It's my Level one USB-0401 usb ethernet adapter that isn't working in 10.04. I did try it yesterday in my client laptop (Kubuntu 12.04) and it was working perfect, so I didn't think that it might not fully work in 10.04, because it seemed to load correct and read the mac address from it..

I tried to swap NIC interfaces, and as soon my laptop used the build-in Ethernet rj45 plug and I connected my client laptop, I could see ig got an IP from LinuxMCE :-)

So thanks for your support and help.

Now I will check if I can get the Level One USB-0401 to be working in 10.04, I have already digged out some help ;-)

And have downloaded the new driver from here:

I keep you updated...

Installation issues / Re: 10.04, my WGR614v6 AP wont connect
« on: June 21, 2012, 12:23:31 pm »
Thanks guys for your replies - I will later today try to switch between my ethernet cards, so I use build in Ethernet card for internal, and check how it's behaving. And glad for the responses that the AP are working in your setup's. I tried both the WAN and the LAN rj45 ethernet plug on my AP. But I will for now continue to use my client laptop connected via wire, so I avoid use wrong rj45 plug and also the wireless connection for now.

Installation issues / Re: 10.04, my WGR614v6 AP wont connect
« on: June 20, 2012, 12:45:00 pm »
Hi thanks for quick reply,
I think connections are all right. My ADSL plugs into "External network card eth0". My "Internal network card eth1" plugs into my Access Point (MAC addr for eth1 is checked).

To bypass my AP I instead connected the eth1 from LinuxMCE stright into a laptop (client), so my connection is now like this: ADSL -> LinuxMCE eth0  and  LinuxMCE eth1 -> Client laptop eth0 (right laptop on picture), LinuxMCE laptop is on the left on the picture.

I would assume I should have a DHCP lease, to be shown in LinuxMCE, but nothing shows up and my client laptop does NOT get an IP address ?!?, look at my pics - I still don't get it?

Installation issues / 10.04, my WGR614v6 AP wont connect
« on: June 20, 2012, 09:20:21 am »

I have installed 10.04 in a Levono T61, using the laptops internal ethernet RJ45 plug connect to my ADSL router, using an USB RJ45 ethernet to my internal network and have tried both to connect this into my Netgear WGR614v6 wireless access point, both using the WAN and the LAN rj45 plug. I have disabled the WGR614v6 DHCP server, and set a static LAN ip adress - Think this should be allright, but the WGR614v6 just wont connect to my LinuxMCE at all, I can se my SSID on my WGR614v6 (Have tried both with wpa and with a no security) but neither my other laptop nor my phone can connect via the wifi
Can somone point out what I should search for/do to make my AP connect to my LinuxMCE?

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