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Users / Asterisk outbound SIP routing 10.04
« Last post by stallione on Today at 07:38:03 pm »
I am finally upgrading my system to 10.04 and am confused about how to route to different SIP trunks
I have two trunks, one is for international calls only. So I need to add a route for any calls initiated with 011* to pick a particular sip trunk.
How would I do that now that we no longer use FreePBX? (I am assuming we have to modify the db?) Any guidance would be much appreciated.
Cheers!
Stallione.
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Users / Re: Another commercial LinuxMCE variant
« Last post by totallymaxed on Today at 06:58:16 pm »
Has  Merten Uniq ever been released as a final product or abandoned?

Its been on their site for at least 2+ years...so this isn't something that has 'just been leaked' at all. The site has not changed at all in all that time. Note the hardware they are depicting...the small black Core is a 2007 vintage chassis that we also used to sell back in the day too. That hardware is no longer in production.

All the best

Andy
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Users / Re: Odd request ; for a youtube tutorial !!
« Last post by totallymaxed on Today at 06:50:32 pm »
Hello Everyone,

I would appreciate if someone who already has setup for a z-wave control can make a youtube tutorial to show how its set up with Linuxmce? ie. may be temperature control, lighting control or whatever you may have.

I also request for a Tutorial for multizone audio setup? I have read posts but a youtube tutorial would be nice.

Thanks.

This is probably more suitably posted to the 'Installations' section...

There are numerous pages on the Wiki on how ZWave should be setup when part of a LinuxMCE system. This is probably the best one; http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Zwave. There's no video tutorial as far as i know and you might find it takes a while for anyone to step up and create one for Zwave.

Setting up multi-zone audio is somewhat simpler to describe (still no video tutorial as far as i know though);

Simply though these are the steps;

- Create your Room/zones in Web Admin (only one audio device or MD per zone is allowed)
- Allocate an MD, Squeezebox or Sonos device in each Room/zone that will be an audio zone in Web Admin
- Rip some music to your Media Library
- Using an Orbiter choose one of your music zones and then use the media browser to select a track/album and press play.
- Music Plays in the zone(s) selected.

All the best

Andy

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Users / Odd request ; for a youtube tutorial !!
« Last post by theteju on Today at 06:00:59 pm »
Hello Everyone,

I would appreciate if someone who already has setup for a z-wave control can make a youtube tutorial to show how its set up with Linuxmce? ie. may be temperature control, lighting control or whatever you may have.

I also request for a Tutorial for multizone audio setup? I have read posts but a youtube tutorial would be nice.

Thanks.
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Users / Announcing Dianemo RaspSqueeze-CEC for RaspberryPi
« Last post by totallymaxed on Today at 04:31:39 pm »
The Dianemo RaspSqueeze-CEC software combines Squeezelite & dianemo-cec-pi and installs on a single Rpi. Simply run an HDMI cable to your TV to provide HDMI-CEC control from Dianemo to your TV - Supports Standby On/Off, Mute & Vol Up/Down. Use Squeezelite and the on-board analog audio out jack on the Rpi to send stereo analog audio to your Hi-Fi or powered speaker system. Supports HDMI audio & external USB audio cards too. Both HDMI-CEC control and Squeezelite functionality are available concurrently.

Currently the Squeezelite functionality is compatible with LinuxMCE installations but the dianemo-cec-pi functionality is Dianemo only.

Built on top of Raspian Linux and installs simply in a few minutes. Installs to 4gb or larger SD cards. 4x RaspSqueeze-CEC License is only $99.95 USD.

For further information or to placde an order please email us at; inquiries@ellipticalcurve.com with the subject 'RaspSqueeze-CEC for Rpi'

All the best

Andy
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Users / Re: Another commercial LinuxMCE variant
« Last post by valent on Today at 04:11:17 pm »
Has  Merten Uniq ever been released as a final product or abandoned?
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Totallymaxed, I am aware of your stance on UI2, but is UI2 WITH alpha blending even a option in dianemo setups?

Media managers can be configured with with UI2 with alpha blending without any problem. But all of our current UI skins are only implemented for UI1 without Alpha. So this would mean that if you were to configure an MM with UI2 + alpha you would find that there were no UI skins that would provide all of the screens and UI2 menu items you would need to interact with all of Dianemo's latest features. Of course you could build your own UI2 + alpha skins that fully implement the missing menu's and screens if you know HADesigner and have the time.

Of course we also have our new Athena Orbiter and UI skins. These UI skins are designed in and built from HTML5 and going forwards you should expect that there may well be new system features that will only have UI's implemented in HTML5 and that over time UI1 skins will be deprecated. But the big win with Athena for users is the accessibility of designing skins without needing to understand complex and unfriendly tools like HADesigner.

All the best

Andy
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Totallymaxed, I am aware of your stance on UI2, but is UI2 WITH alpha blending even a option in dianemo setups?
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Users / Re: HDMI-CEC control (RaspberryPi and PulseEight)
« Last post by phenigma on October 23, 2014, 11:17:20 pm »
That is the plan.  :)
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Users / Re: HDMI-CEC control (RaspberryPi and PulseEight)
« Last post by posde on October 23, 2014, 07:52:33 pm »
Do you plan on extending HDMI-CEC to allow the rpi to turn on/off the TV as well? and do input switching and stuff, ie. to use HDMI-CEC as a sort of GSD replacement?
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