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Users / Re: Unable to ssh to my pi
« on: January 29, 2016, 01:36:53 am »
I was having some issues where, it would play some of my files but not some. Those files it did not play, played in KODI running on another PI2.

I assumed it may have been an artifact from when I built it, the process stuck at "mythtv spawning to fast, stopped", where the screen only flashed; left it for 3 hrs like that. Had to do a hard restart for it to booth up and head to Sarah.

I decided to rebuild the MD again, deleted it in the web admin and did over the process.

Will let you know how that goes

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Users / Re: Unable to ssh to my pi
« on: January 28, 2016, 01:49:00 am »
It's rpi, that worked

Got the following, not sure if this is an issue

Could not chdir to home directory /home/rpi: No such file or directory

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Users / Re: Unable to ssh to my pi
« on: January 26, 2016, 12:21:06 am »
Unfortunately no luck, still similar error. Also tried logging on directly, doing ctl+alt+f2, entering the username and password, denied

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dcerouter_1046790:~# ssh pi@moon47 -c aes128-ctr
Enter passphrase for key '/usr/pluto/keys/id_dsa_pluto':
pi@moon47's password:
Permission denied, please try again.
pi@moon47's password:
Permission denied, please try again.
pi@moon47's password:
Permission denied (publickey,password).

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Users / Unable to ssh to my pi
« on: January 25, 2016, 01:40:25 am »
Finally got around to creating an MD on one of my pi today, version 2. I assumed all went well, but seem to be unable to ssh to the MD, tried the following see below. Not sure what password it looking for and the key required.

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dcerouter_1046790:/var/log/pluto# ssh moon47 -c aes128-ctr
Enter passphrase for key '/usr/pluto/keys/id_dsa_pluto':
Enter passphrase for key '/usr/pluto/keys/id_dsa_pluto':
root@moon47's password:
Permission denied, please try again.
root@moon47's password:
Permission denied, please try again.
root@moon47's password:
Permission denied (publickey,password).

Thanks in advance, this currently is my only MD.

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Users / Re: Best Approach to Controlling a Network Device
« on: January 03, 2016, 11:16:49 pm »
I am revisiting in the next two (2) weeks, I was away on commitments and then my core crashed had to rebuild.

Starting over on 1204.

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Just rebuilt my server after another crash, has been a while, using 12.04 dvd build on 06 Nov, also did an update.

When I try to configure a static network configuration and setup DNS to a separate IP, via the web admin, it breaks the network configuration on a restart, both eth0 and eth1.

Seem to sort out the network issue, by going in the Orbiter and configuring the network settings there, which brings back up the interfaces.

An issue remains, I am not getting the DNS i want set to work to resolve. Checked under the device core "IPv4 Network Interfaces" and all seems correct.

Any thoughts.

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Users / Re: Best Approach to Controlling a Network Device
« on: February 19, 2014, 06:33:49 pm »
tschak909

By chance any luck

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Users / Re: 1004 new install
« on: January 14, 2014, 01:28:12 pm »
Hi

In your setup, the nic not connected to your router, would be your internal network, normally connected to some kind of switch, and your MD's will be connected to to that switch, which will have fully access.

You would need to build your MD's etc, ie, connect a computer, not as powerful as the main machine (core/hybrid), power on and the magic happens, once all the drivers are supported for that computer.

You would only need 2 Ethernet cards, unless you have something fancy planned, one for the external, goes to your cable router and one internal, goes to a switch or your wireless router(with DHCP disabled) or Access Point

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Users / Re: Best Approach to Controlling a Network Device
« on: January 07, 2014, 01:22:54 am »
Would this be normal, the 0 remotes, the rest is for context

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StartMedia Called Xbmc_Plugin <0x863deb70>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.909           Xbmc_Plugin::StartMedia() Starting media stream playback. pos: 0 <0x863deb70>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.909           Xbmc_Plugin::StartMedia() Media type 5 /home/public/data/videos/2.73 TB_sdb1_WDC_WD30EFRX-68 [71]/tv_shows/exercise/Shaun T Insanity/05 - Pure Cardio & Cardio Abs.avi <0x863deb70>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.909           Looking from Xbmc_Plugin into the ent area (0xa5a01890) with id 4 and 0 remotes <0x863deb70>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.909           Processing from Xbmc_Plugin remote: for orbiter: 70 <0x863deb70>
08      01/06/14 18:00:08.910           Received Message from 81 (Xbmc Plug-in / Closet/Storage Space) to 83 (xbmc test / Living Room), type 1 id 37 Command:Play Media, retry none, parameters: <0x95df7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:00:08.910             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>

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Users / Re: Best Approach to Controlling a Network Device
« on: January 06, 2014, 11:25:37 pm »
Went back through the Hulu and Pandora Plugin, looking to see what I missed, found something in the CreateMediaStream, where the stream ID is supposed to be assigned, but did not help, see what I missed
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m_mapDevicesToStreams[pMediaDevice->m_pDeviceData_Router->m_dwPK_Device] = StreamID;

This is an excerpt from DCERouter.log, where you see
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Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
is when I press pause and fast forward.
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grep -i xbmc DCERouter.log
05      01/06/14 17:59:44.153           Loaded plug-in device: 81 master device: 2245 -- ./Xbmc_Plugin.so <0xb77238e0>
01      01/06/14 17:59:47.214           Starting Xbmc_Plugin::Register() <0xb77238e0>
01      01/06/14 17:59:47.215           Registered in Xbmc_Plugin device 2244 <0xb77238e0>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.900           Returning this device 83 (xbmc test) <0x863deb70>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.909           StartMedia Called Xbmc_Plugin <0x863deb70>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.909           Xbmc_Plugin::StartMedia() Starting media stream playback. pos: 0 <0x863deb70>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.909           Xbmc_Plugin::StartMedia() Media type 5 /home/public/data/videos/2.73 TB_sdb1_WDC_WD30EFRX-68 [71]/tv_shows/exercise/Shaun T Insanity/05 - Pure Cardio & Cardio Abs.avi <0x863deb70>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.909           Looking from Xbmc_Plugin into the ent area (0xa5a01890) with id 4 and 0 remotes <0x863deb70>
01      01/06/14 18:00:08.909           Processing from Xbmc_Plugin remote: for orbiter: 70 <0x863deb70>
08      01/06/14 18:00:08.910           Received Message from 81 (Xbmc Plug-in / Closet/Storage Space) to 83 (xbmc test / Living Room), type 1 id 37 Command:Play Media, retry none, parameters: <0x95df7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:00:08.910             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:00:08.910           Received Message from 10 (Media Plug-in / Closet/Storage Space) to 83 (xbmc test / Living Room), type 1 id 192 Command:On, retry none, parameters: <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:00:08.912             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:00:26.434             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:00:38.802             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:00:48.318             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:01:04.776             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:01:07.995           Received Message from 70 (Windows XP PC/tablet (Horiz) / Bedroomles) to 83 (xbmc test / Living Room), type 1 id 65 Command:Jump Position In Playlist, retry none, parameters: <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:01:10.578           Received Message from 70 (Windows XP PC/tablet (Horiz) / Bedroomles) to 83 (xbmc test / Living Room), type 1 id 65 Command:Jump Position In Playlist, retry none, parameters: <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:02:17.469             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:02:20.881             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:02:25.433             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:03:22.101             Parameter 5(Value To Assign): Xbmc <0xa6ff7b70>
08      01/06/14 18:04:12.961           Received Message from 81 (Xbmc Plug-in / Closet/Storage Space) to 83 (xbmc test / Living Room), type 1 id 38 Command:Stop Media, retry none, parameters: <0x953f6b70>
08      01/06/14 18:04:14.142           Received Message from 10 (Media Plug-in / Closet/Storage Space) to 83 (xbmc test / Living Room), type 1 id 193 Command:Off, retry none, parameters: <0xa6ff7b70>

I have attached the Plugin Code

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Users / Re: Best Approach to Controlling a Network Device
« on: January 03, 2014, 01:17:03 pm »
TSCHAK909

I noticed something last night.

As I had adjusted the device pipes to hook to a tv in a room, the system when a movie starts, would turn the tv on and when I stop the movie, will turn the tv off.

Unfortunately, the volume up, down or mute from the orbitor, does not get sent to the TV device, it just reaches the Media Plugin, this only happens for this XBMC device attached to the TV in this room (dummy room used for testing), the cable box attached to the same tv, in another room works fine, with volume commands.

Now I am assuming its because of the type of device I created, easy to assume, LOL, but not sure how to fix this.

Also the XBMC device template, can only be used in creating a device, child of the core, cannot use it to create an A/V equipment device, is this normally?

The difference between it and the roku_telnet, is the roku telnet using a generic serial package, the XBMC device template does not.

Regards

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Users / Re: Audio over HDMI does not work anymore
« on: December 30, 2013, 10:45:18 am »
Hi Philippe

What does aplay -l or aplay -L show you?

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Users / Re: Best Approach to Controlling a Network Device
« on: December 28, 2013, 01:05:07 am »
That is quiet expected, its christmas, my boys kept me busy, they still believe in Santa, that's their grandma doing.

Initially I thought well the device was not registering, so I went through and change a lot of the LV_STATUS or LV_WARNING TO LV_CRITICAL in the loggerWrapper calls, as I was uncertain where it logs after not finding (/var/log/pluto/83_XBMC_MEDIA_CENTRE.log) thus sent everything to DCERouter.log for testing purposes, to see what was happening.

On realize it does seem to do what it supposed to do, I went ahead and changed the controlled by as in Xine, template attached, adding all that Xine had.

Then I thought the streamId was not being set, as when you pressed, lets say pause, it did not show a streamId in the DCERouter.log, but skip position worked and showed a streamID, so I did the following in the plugin, right after the call command to play

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DCE::CMD_Set_Media_ID CMD_Set_Media_ID(m_dwPK_Device, pMediaStream->m_pMediaDevice_Source->m_pDeviceData_Router->m_dwPK_Device, sMediaID, pXbmcMediaStream->m_iStreamID_get());
    SendCommand(CMD_Set_Media_ID);

Then I added the events as Xine to the device, which I initially thought were not needed, such as playback started, playback stopped, Media Position Changed, and Menu Onscreen and fired off in the device play command as below

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EVENT_Playback_Started(sMediaURL,iStreamID,"","","");
bool onoff;
EVENT_Menu_Onscreen(iStreamID,onoff);

I then implemented the CMD_Restart_Media media function as found documentation saying it supposed to work with pause, also implemented CMD_Pause, just calling CMD_Pause_Media(0)


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Users / Re: Best Approach to Controlling a Network Device
« on: December 27, 2013, 06:34:50 pm »
TSCHAK909

Any luck?

Anything additional required?

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Users / Re: Best Approach to Controlling a Network Device
« on: December 17, 2013, 11:17:41 pm »
Appreciate it.

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