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Installation issues / Gigabit ethernet card runs @ 100
« Last post by pigdog on Today at 10:24:58 pm »
Hi,

Before I get too stupid and spend hours/hours looking into things... would a 1 Gigabit card running r8169 driver get stuck @ 100 speed?

Everything works fine except the speed.

I want to set up jumbo frames on my LMCE network because my MD's are not the fastest CPU's.

I was hoping to increase the frame size, reduce my CPU processing and improve my data transmission speeds.

I have one device in the network which is connecting @ 100Mbps @ the switching hub but "spec-wise" has a gigabyte card.

Other devices are 1Gig at the hub.

Cheers
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Users / Re: using a script to launch scenarios
« Last post by mikeybs on April 17, 2014, 08:06:12 am »
here is what I see when I click on one of my lighting scenarios in my web orbiter

it just shows the individual messages to each device, it doesn't show what command group was executed...

will I have to send messages to each device individually?

maybe I need to increase the verbosity of my logs in order to see command group information?


DCERouter.log
08   04/17/14 2:00:21.315      Received Message from 56 (myweb2orbiter / ) to 79 (Ceiling Lights / Home Theater), type 1 id 184 Command:Set Level, retry none, parameters: <0x7a18ab40>
08   04/17/14 2:00:21.315        Parameter 76(Level): 45 <0x7a18ab40>
08   04/17/14 2:00:21.317      Received Message from 56 (myweb2orbiter / ) to 78 (Daybed Lights / Home Theater), type 1 id 184 Command:Set Level, retry none, parameters: <0x7a18ab40>
08   04/17/14 2:00:21.317        Parameter 76(Level): 45 <0x7a18ab40>
08   04/17/14 2:00:21.319      Received Message from 56 (myweb2orbiter / ) to 81 (Lamp / Home Theater), type 1 id 184 Command:Set Level, retry none, parameters: <0x7a18ab40>
08   04/17/14 2:00:21.320        Parameter 76(Level): 50 <0x7a18ab40>
08   04/17/14 2:00:21.321      Received Message from 56 (myweb2orbiter / ) to 80 (Window Lights / Home Theater), type 1 id 184 Command:Set Level, retry none, parameters: <0x7a18ab40>
08   04/17/14 2:00:21.321        Parameter 76(Level): 45 <0x7a18ab40>

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Hi phenigma,

Well...       http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=13655.0

From my earlier statement in this post.

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I run LMCE on a dedicated network without username/password access.

....basically don't be lazy and not use username/password credentials on 12.04 NAS drives.

The errors in topic=13655.0 helped a bit.

But why symbolic link errors? - that throws you way off.  At least it did me.

I feel kinda silly being lazy with an unsecured NAS but I at least learned something - I hope.

Thank you very much for your time (that I wasted).

Cheers
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Installation issues / Re: NAS CIFS errors on April 13 28939 snap
« Last post by pigdog on April 16, 2014, 10:52:00 pm »
Hi Michaeltree,

FYI my smb.conf is exactly the same in 12.04 as it was in 10.04.

security = user   was already set.

My NAS was open (I'm a bad boy) but it was on an internal network where only LMCE devices could access it.

I played around but I could not get 12.04 to connect.

So to fix it I started from scratch, reloading the Core/Hybrid (because of so many things) and then added a username/password to the NAS.

In my smb.conf I had to add     client lanman auth = yes.

My Core/Hybrid upon NAS discovery asked for NAS credentials and everyone is happy.

I guess we can't be lazy anymore and leave storage devices unsecured.

Thanks for your input.

Cheers.
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Installation issues / Re: Snap April 13 28939 ehci_hcd errors
« Last post by pigdog on April 16, 2014, 10:26:56 pm »
Hi,

I reloaded from scratch and no more error messages.

I went into KDE Desktop and put a USB stick into a port and received...

An error occurred while accessing 'USBNAME', the system responded:
An unexpected error has occurred. : Not Authorized

I have not seen any error messages on the terminal.

I will play with this when I get spare time to see if it can be reproduced and to find out why I'm not authorized.

Cheers
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Users / Re: Need some dedicated testers.
« Last post by maverick0815 on April 16, 2014, 06:50:29 pm »
No one hates golgoj4...actually I was getting worried, that something might have happened to you...
Anyways, I also looked at the qt5orbiter, which looks pretty good to me too....unfortunately not much seems to be working there yet.
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Users / Re: SIP Video intercom
« Last post by cfernandes on April 16, 2014, 05:43:21 pm »
I found this project https://github.com/mpodroid/door-berry   on github.

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Installation issues / Re: NAS CIFS errors on April 13 28939 snap
« Last post by Michaelree on April 16, 2014, 05:01:51 pm »
I was getting the same errors as you cifs and link errors, I could be wrong but I think something changed in 12.04 version of cifs.  My NAS is just Ubuntu 12.04 with samba installed.  I think the problem with the link errors was because I did not have a username/password for my media share and therefor cifs was mounting it as an unsecured share.  I also had security = share in my smb.conf and I think that was giving the cifs mount error.  changing security = user I belive fixed it, but I did change several other setting in the smb.conf on my NAS.

See if setting the password in the webadmin to yourpassword,iocharset=utf8,sec=ntlm this allowed cifs to mount the drive before I changed any of my smb.conf setting.  I don't think the iocharset is really needed, but the sec=ntlm worked for me.

I could be totally wrong but was able to get the NAS to mount and it had nothing to do with LMCE.
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Installation issues / Re: Snap April 13 28939 ehci_hcd errors
« Last post by pigdog on April 16, 2014, 04:14:07 pm »
Hi,

I ended up adding...

dmesg -n 1

to /etc/rc.local

This stopped the intermittent terminal messages but it also stops any kernel generated error messages.
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Feature requests & roadmap / Re: philesight nice feature for linuxmce
« Last post by Govo on April 16, 2014, 02:01:33 pm »
I'll give it ago
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