I posted a page about it in the help namespace: http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Help:Namespace
There is enough information on that page for everyone.
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The wiki account creation uses the same login information as the forums. It is not a very intuitive process and there is a discussion on the wiki boards to improve it.Great! (I kinda sorta thought it might, but I did not bother trying because it looked completely closed - I'll do something about that)
I agree completely, and have found that those willing to help themselves get the support they need. Users wiling to help others and test/develop/design are even more-so rewarded with assistance to any issue you come across. I admire your willingness so soon in your LMCE experience to do a full-blown installation and add support where existing templates do not cover your needs. I don't think I have added much to this thread as I have been busy with other projects, it is nice to have you aboard!Man, if you only knew how excited I am to play with this!
I don't think you really need permission to create this. Just log in and do it.I could not get the create account button, and the pages are not editable.
If there is a spec availableWhat spec?
and I get remote access via SSH to a system where it is hooked up to the serial, and a slave to press buttons on request, I can write a proper C++ device for it.I can setup facilities for you to have a go at it. I have enough hardware laying around, and I can dedicate an IP to that setup. If needs be, I can hook up any of the equipment I have (or am planning to use). I'm just setting up anyway, nothing is final yet.
and a slave to press buttons on requestdo you mean someone needs to be on location as needed?
You might want to open a new thread detailing what your problems are, and maybe jamo can help you get things sorted out.Please post a link here if/when you do.
... you'll need to write a driver. I can't write one, because I don't have the hardware.Then let's do the fundraising thingy! Can you get one where you are? How much?
... you'll need to write a driver... If you want support for this Caddx panel, write a driver.Well, I can't write it, I'm not a coder: I have no clue. Plus, I'm new to LMCe, still reading and trying to sort out the basics. I just love the idea of using linux to do all these things because it rocks! I've deployed some linux systems over the years that still outperform their competition for not even a fraction of the cost. I'm sold out.
I was explicitly told I could get the Caddx NX-8E as it will integrate right in...It did not!Well, thanks for sharing your experience with us. I'm glad you did!