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Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Media Director
« on: February 04, 2015, 02:41:35 pm »
I will check that. I know I have been stopping the video by rebooting so... I will stop doing that.

Thanks again!

Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Media Director
« on: February 04, 2015, 03:55:11 am »
Here it is
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  Installed: 0.git20140814-4
  Candidate: 0.git20140814-4
  Version table:
 *** 0.git20140814-4 0
        500 file:/usr/pluto/deb-cache/raspbian-wheezy-armhf/ ./ Packages
        500 wheezy/main armhf Packages
        100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
     0.3.6~git20141024~98982df 0
        500 wheezy/main armhf Packages

Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Media Director
« on: February 04, 2015, 03:53:54 am »
This is what I get
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root@moon234:/var/log/pluto# apt-cache policy omxplayer | pastebinit
Bad API request, invalid api_dev_key

Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Media Director
« on: February 04, 2015, 03:44:42 am »
Here is the OMX log.

I will say the playback quality is quite good. Is this a new player for the RPi?

Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Media Director
« on: February 04, 2015, 03:05:35 am »
Here is the DCERouter.

give me a minute for the OMX log

Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Media Director
« on: February 04, 2015, 02:48:48 am »
Do you want the DCERouter.log?

Developers / Re: Developing a Weather Plugin, videos
« on: February 04, 2015, 02:30:22 am »

Is someone working on a device template for the USA here? I was thinking of starting something but if someone is working on it already it would make more sense to wait. Let me know and let me know if I can help.



Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Media Director
« on: February 04, 2015, 02:19:57 am »
Pesky little bugs!
Thanks again for your efforts.

One other note... not sure if I should start another thread for this but after the last update the RPi orbiter video remote is not controlling the video. I have not looked into it much. I was going to trouble shoot a little 1st.

I will say that I just installed on a RPi B+ and it went very smooth. These things are so cool. Great job! Thanks Jason!


Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Media Director
« on: February 03, 2015, 08:32:21 pm »

I found a bug in "". When running I get;
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root@moon226:/usr/pluto/bin# ./
./ line 49: Video_settings: command not found

ERROR 1064 (42000) at line 1: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near '' at line 1
1 02/03/15 14:17:05 SetupAudioVideo (server) Starting
1 02/03/15 14:17:06 SetupAudioVideo (server) '
1 02/03/15 14:17:07 SetupAudioVideo (server) DBSetting: M Reboot:  Script Path: /usr/pluto/bin/

Line 49 says
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Video_settings = GetDeviceData "$PK_Device" "$DEVICEDATA_Video_settings"
Should be
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Video_settings=$(GetDeviceData "$PK_Device" "$DEVICEDATA_Video_settings")After this change it works fine.

Developers / Re: Transmission torrent on LinuxMCE
« on: February 02, 2015, 06:05:59 pm »
Thanks again for all your effort.

Developers / Re: Transmission torrent on LinuxMCE
« on: February 02, 2015, 04:21:39 pm »
I updated yesterday and the downloaded package had the typo in it. Relates to your Trac ticket 2292. This did break what was working before.


Developers / Re: Transmission torrent on LinuxMCE
« on: February 01, 2015, 05:21:56 pm »
Install fails on 1204.

Setting up lmce-transmission-client ( ...
ERROR 1133 (42000) at line 1: Can't find any matching row in the user table
dpkg: error processing lmce-transmission-client (--configure):
 subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1
Errors were encountered while processing:
E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)

There is a typo in postinst line 38
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apachesettings="/etc/apache2/sites-available/LinuxMCE-ssl"Should be;
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Rebuild deb with change and runs fine.

Thanks for your work Jason. I did not do anything with your trac ticket


Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Generic Serial Device
« on: November 25, 2014, 02:43:08 pm »
Hi Andy

I do have devices/code for the core/pc. They are written in Ruby. I do have one written in C++ but kept having problems with the device becoming disabled after a Quick Reload and switched back to Ruby. I know it's something I'm doing but just lost patience with myself. Everything is still pretty much event driven still with the hardware having a parent GSD device on any PC (including the RPI) handling the serial communication, then children under it like a door sensor or an on/off switch. This is pretty basic. I would like to put together an irrigation controller that would be a bit smarter. I was waiting to see what happens with the weather plugin and see if I can use that to effect zone times based on recent climate data. I am also adding functionality to handle analog inputs like temperature sensors.

The audio switch is a bit more complex but still basically event driven. The parent device handles serial communication with the hardware and then I adapted the audio zone template #1867 as child devices. The event would be something like "listening to music in bedroom - turn on audio switch bedroom input to bedroom output". I create some custom scenarios where I can set up a group of output zones to be connected to a single input. The last being the reason for building it.

For the RPI I use it in remote locations. At the end of my driveway (which is 600' long) I have one of my switches connected to it. The hardware is connected to roadway and photo eye sensors. I have a directional wifi bridge set up that also sends an IP camera's RTSP stream. (I wrote an adapter so LMCE could handle the RTSP stream). I have the same setup at the garden/green house.

Funny you mentioned the RPI A+ I saw that and I received a touch screen for the RPI ($25US) and plan on using it with the A+. It looks real interesting but I think it will need a custom J-box plate. Not the end of the world and it would be a lot more powerful than the micro controller type I was thinking of and I think a bit easier to get to the end product. I will keep you informed on the progress with that.

Take care


Developers / Re: Market Research
« on: November 24, 2014, 07:28:03 pm »
I am working on a HVAC zone controller now. I shelved it about a year ago but have been meaning to pick it back up again. I have one working based on X-10 thermostats but wanted a single device to sample temperature as well as control the dampers. The motorized dampers I am using have been running for years without an issue. There will also be a moisture sensor as well. The device will be quite cheap to make. My biggest issue is controlling the device from each zone location. I got sidetracked by that. I wanted a simple and cheap touch pad that would fit into a j-box.

Developers / Re: Raspberry Pi Generic Serial Device
« on: November 24, 2014, 05:03:55 pm »
I'd be interested to hear more about what your doing with your MSP430G2553 based micro controller both in the garden setting and at the end of your drive. Both sound very interesting indeed.

All the best


Hi Andy

Sorry just saw this. I have 2 devices so far. The 1st one is a switch and input device. The switch drives some 12 volt relays that can switch up to 120v ac but with a small amp rating at 120v ac. Great for irrigation or a gate etc. It could be coupled with a contactor for more current if needed. The inputs are digital (for now) that can be connected to say a rain sensor or a photo eye. I have some vehicle loop sensor connected. I am working on analog devices now like temp and moisture. Pretty straight forward.
The 2nd device is an audio switch that uses digital switches. The one I have take 16 inputs and can switch it to one or all of 12 outputs.
If you can make your own PCBs (which is pretty easy) the costs are very cheap for the switch. The audio switch can get pricey with each of the digital switches around $2.50US each. You need 1 for each output zone per channel with 8 inputs max. So 4 chips for each output zone for my setup with 16 inputs. This could start small and chips added as needed to keep the cost down.

I do have some extra PCBs if you are interested. I had some made in China.

I just started to work on a touch screen controller for lmce. Not an orbiter but basically a switch that would be tied to events. trying to get it to fit in a j box with a standard decora plate.

Sorry for the late reponse


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