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Installation issues / Re: 10.04 installation issue - AVWizard
« Last post by pigdog on Today at 05:12:55 pm »
Hi jvandam87,

Just a couple of things...

I hope you verified your md5sum value.

When you burn your image to a DVD, burn at the slowest speed possible.

I just downloaded the 731228.iso and will be testing the image later.

I'll let you know how it went.


Cheers
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Users / Re: Several contitions in Respond to event criteria
« Last post by posde on Today at 04:14:13 pm »
Hey Dmitry,

welcome to the forum.

Does your description reflect the usage after the update I did last night?
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Users / Several contitions in Respond to event criteria
« Last post by Dmitry Dubishkin on Today at 03:46:23 pm »
I have impression what logical operations in "Respond to event" criteria do not work correctly or not all devices and their parameters are useful for this. E.g. I tried to combine two conditions in the criteria: if Motion sensor tripped AND brightness sensor is lower than (a digit) execute the command (switch the light on). I tried for for the second condition several different things and it seem to me what the second condition is just ignored. Has anyone an experience in Advanced Events with complicate criteria?
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Thanks phenigma for your answer. The 12.04 version seems encouraging. I will given a chance next week.
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Users / Re: Need some dedicated testers.
« Last post by maverick0815 on Today at 06:31:15 am »
Asus new PadFone infinity,
Before the update, everything looked fine
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Users / Re: GSD issues - all devices died.
« Last post by mkbrown69 on Today at 03:01:04 am »
Hey Jason!

I'm not against rolling forward to 14.04. I'm trying to implement a SAMBA 4 AD Set-up at home (using 2 virtuals of Zentyal as PDC and BDC/NAS), and was planning on looking at seeing if I could integrate LMCE's SAMBA into at as a DC as well.

I can stay on 12.04 for a while if you want, to help troubleshoot. Just curious if more dev effort is moving towards 14.04, or if 12.04 is still the focus?

Thanks!

/Mike
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Installation issues / Re: 10.04 installation issue - AVWizard
« Last post by jvandam87 on September 01, 2015, 11:32:13 pm »
I did a DVD install, using the latest released file on Aug. 26, LMCE-1204-20150826150731228.


I haven't had the time to do anything else so I just let it run, so it's been 3.5 days now.  It really hasn't done anything in a while. If it's relevant, the last lines on the screen read:

ConfirmDependencies buildall is running
[33973.824663] perf samples too long (2511>2500), lowering kernel.perf_event_max_sample_rate to 50000
[112416.743557] perf samples too long (5006>5000), lowering kernel.perf_event_max_sample_rate to 25000

And it's just been sitting there for ~ 2 days...
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Users / Re: LMCE 8.10 with SlimServer and Raspberry pi with multiple sound card
« Last post by phenigma on September 01, 2015, 11:00:18 pm »
Can you be a little more specific as to what you are trying to do?  LinuxMCE 0810 is quite old at this point and I'm not sure what SlimServer versions may be available for it.  The RaspberryPi setup for squeezeslaves/squeezelites is documented quite well in the raspberrypi.org forums, but I find it hard to search for things there.

Do you have a core running LinuxMCE 0810 already? (This is quite old, we recommend 1204 even though it is listed as alpha)
Where are you planning to run the multiple sound cards?   How many?
Is this one or more RPis?  (1xrpi with 2 usb cards, 2xrpi with 4 usb cards total)

Under LinuxMCE 1204 you can easily pxe boot RPi1 devices or sd boot RPi2 devices.  When creating the devices in linuxmce it will ask what you want to do with them and allow you to choose "Squeeze" which will automatically run a single squeezelite device on that rpi and setup the necessary items on the core.   Multiple squeezeslave/lite devices can be added to the RPi in the linuxmce device tree (and MAC addresses adjusted to not overlap).   After that you can go to a linux terminal and run 'squeezelite -l' which will list the sound cards that are detected.  You block and copy the name of the card you wish to use into the LinuxMCE webadmin, reload the dcerouter on the core and reboot the RPi.  This will bring up the squeezelite devices and ensure they are linked to the slimserver (what is now Logitech Media Server).

To do this on LinuxMCE 0810 will take a lot more manual setup.

J.
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Users / LMCE 8.10 with SlimServer and Raspberry pi with multiple sound card
« Last post by hcaine on September 01, 2015, 09:48:15 pm »
Hello.
I am very lost with the documentation that I found all over the net.
Is it possible to direct me to good documentation on the configuration of this type of installation.
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Users / Re: Need some dedicated testers.
« Last post by posde on September 01, 2015, 08:39:16 pm »
What hardware is this?
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