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Hi Jason,

I make it very clear to LinuxMCE users that they will need to create a simple GSD device before they can use any of our HDMI-CEC firmware in my main post about the software. There is no confusion on this AT ALL.

I have been participating and contributing in this forum, the wiki and LinuxMCE generally since the first day LinuxMCE existed and before that was very active in the Pluto forums and its development community too. CHT of course has also contributed large amounts of time, effort and software to LinuxMCE over that period too. So I would hope everyone here knows of me and understands they can place trust in me.

If anyone who has purchased any of my HDMI-CEC enabled software feels they were not aware of the need to create a small
GSD before they purchased a license then they can contact me and I will give them a full refund.

All the best

Andy
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Hi Andrew,

When you do release a Device Template it will then be LinuxMCE compatible.  I appreciate that the rest interface may be easy for *some* people to create an interface for, the fact remains the device is not compatible until the user creates their own Device Template, as they would have to do for every other incompatible device in existence.  By your logic it could be said that all devices are compatible with LinuxMCE (of course that is if the user creates their own Device Template.)

"Support Added for CEC control of HDMI Switches from LinuxMCE" <- this simply is not true at the current time.

Thank you for clarifying your intentions to eventually make the device compatible with LinuxMCE.

Jason
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Andrew,

I would like to point out that you are not advertising truthfully about the product.  Your CEC devices do not work with LinuxMCE unless the user creates their own driver in LinuxMCE for it.  It is my opinion that it is poor form to claim compatibility when there is none.

Jason

I clearly state that currently LinuxMCE users need to create a simple GSD device to interface to our CEC control firmware for Raspberry Pi - see http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=8880.msg100457#msg100457

Our Rest based API is easy to create a template for and In fact several LinuxMCE customers have already written basic device templates themselves and have those working now. I also have a device template in development that I will make freely available to the community shortly that can either be used as is or can of course be enhanced by anyone who cares to do so.

All the best

Andy
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Andrew,

I would like to point out that you are not advertising truthfully about the product.  Your CEC devices do not work with LinuxMCE unless the user creates their own driver in LinuxMCE for it.  It is my opinion that it is poor form to claim compatibility when there is none.

Jason
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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« Last post by Esperanto on November 21, 2014, 02:33:26 pm »
whats the correct way to check that? I had only one SIP provider and since it did not work I was not using it. Even after disabling that account it was still doing the ringing.

Fortunately it seems to have stopped ringing after a few reboots.

I still get all these entries in the call detailed records log. Is that normal? I do/use nothing with telecom

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2014-11-21 14:29:57 SIP 2055 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:25:41 SIP 1181 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 14:22:51 SIP 106 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-21 14:21:25 SIP 1181 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:19:35 SIP 88108 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-21 14:17:12 SIP 1181 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:15:25 SIP 400 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 14:12:58 SIP 1181 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:08:49 SIP 9996 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:06:33 SIP 9999 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 14:04:41 SIP 9996 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:00:24 SIP 9996 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 14:00:19 SIP 400 Wait s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:57:08 SIP 106 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-21 13:56:08 SIP 9996 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:51:55 SIP 8001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:50:42 SIP 209 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:47:43 SIP 8001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:45:24 SIP 400 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:43:32 SIP 8001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:39:22 SIP 8001 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:35:13 SIP 9999 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:35:08 SIP 9509 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:31:07 SIP 106 Congestion s ANSWERED 00:13
2014-11-21 13:30:57 SIP 9509 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:30:20 SIP 400 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:26:42 SIP 9509 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:22:31 SIP 9509 Answer s ANSWERED 00:00
2014-11-21 13:18:17 SIP 6303 Answer s ANSWERED 00:01
2014-11-21 13:15:01 SIP 1004 Wait s ANSWERED 00:01
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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« Last post by ladekribs on November 21, 2014, 07:36:51 am »
Do you have an extension with a very simple password, that might have been hacked?

BR Stefan
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Marketplace / Dianemo Exposed - How to get your Music Library Working in Dianemo
« Last post by totallymaxed on November 20, 2014, 06:57:56 pm »
Dianemo delivers high quality multi-room, synchronised music to every room in your home, with real-time playlist updates & complete control from any Orbiter.

Getting your Music library working with Dianemo is super easy. Dianemo uses Logitech Media Server (LMS) as its streaming music server and we've built tight integration with LMS directly into our software. Wherever your Music comes from LMS will index and stream it for you - even iTunes. You Music library can be on your Core's hardrive, on your laptop/PC's hard drive, on a NAS or on Spotify. We leverage all the capabilities of LMS to manage your Music, provide you with sophisticated PlayList support including dynamically updated iTunes Playlists, integrated Internet radio station presets, support for multi-source Spotify streaming (paid Spotify account required) and full support for the thousands of great LMS plugins too.

Simply follow our LMS setup guide below to get your music wherever you want it in your Home;

http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Dianemo_S#Configuring_Logitech_Media_Server
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Marketplace / Dianemo Exposed - Getting Help using Remote Assistance
« Last post by totallymaxed on November 20, 2014, 03:15:31 pm »
Every Dianemo installation has our Remote Assistance service built into it. Remote Assistance allows our support team to remotely connect to your Dianemo system to diagnose problems or fix issues. You are in control of when Remote Assistance is turned on and can change that setting from Web Admin;

http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Dianemo_S#Turning_On_Remote_Assistance
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Installation issues / Re: Intel NUC D54250WY problem
« Last post by pga57 on November 20, 2014, 03:11:55 pm »
Ok, I can now connect to the session, thank's.

Strange things, I have a "ffmpeg_video_dec: VAAPI Enabled disabled by driver." !

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ffmpeg_video_dec: VAAPI Enabled disabled by driver.
load_plugins: plugin ffmpegvideo will be used for video streamtype 4d.
load_plugins: plugin dts will be used for audio streamtype 05.
demux_matroska_chapters: Edition 0xf49e8a4f374b58a2: not hidden, not default, not ordered. 12 chapters:
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 1: 0-0(pts), 00:00:00.000 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 2: 30952530-0(pts), 00:05:43.917 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 3: 64350000-0(pts), 00:11:55.000 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 4: 108033750-0(pts), 00:20:00.375 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 5: 145083780-0(pts), 00:26:52.042 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 6: 178901280-0(pts), 00:33:07.792 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 7: 222165000-0(pts), 00:41:08.500 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 8: 261487530-0(pts), 00:48:25.417 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 9: 320733720-0(pts), 00:59:23.708 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 10: 357228720-0(pts), 01:06:09.208 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 11: 393997500-0(pts), 01:12:57.750 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
demux_matroska_chapters:  Chapter 12: 416313720-0(pts), 01:17:05.708 (eng). not hidden, enabled.
set_speed 1000000
xine_play
ao_flush (loop running: 1)
ffmpeg_video_dec: direct rendering enabled
ffmpeg_video_dec: color matrix #2 [undefined]
audio_alsa_out:open pause_resume=0
output sample rate 48000
audio discontinuity #2, type is 3, disc_off 7650
waiting for in_discontinuity update #2
video_out_xshm: b 0 c 128 s 128 [ITU-R 709 / HDTV]
ffmpeg_video_dec: flushed out and displayed 1 frames.
load_plugins: plugin sputext will be used for spu streamtype 06.
video discontinuity #2, type is 3, disc_off 7650
vpts adjusted with prebuffer to 1636800994
audio jump, diff=0
fixing sound card drift by -1425 pts
metronom: video jump by -6195 pts
play_internal ...done
200 frames delivered, 3 frames skipped, 0 frames discarded
ffmpeg_video_dec: increasing buffer to 208896 to avoid overflow.



This is why the CPU usage is high ?

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top - 15:09:11 up 23:59,  1 user,  load average: 0.35, 0.38, 0.41
Tasks: 183 total,   2 running, 181 sleeping,   0 stopped,   0 zombie
Cpu(s): 15.2%us,  2.2%sy,  0.0%ni, 81.0%id,  1.2%wa,  0.0%hi,  0.4%si,  0.
Mem:   4061648k total,  1159104k used,  2902544k free,        0k buffers
Swap:        0k total,        0k used,        0k free,   894260k cached

  PID USER      PR  NI  VIRT  RES  SHR S %CPU %MEM    TIME+  COMMAND     
 6259 root      20   0  309m 172m 112m S   52  4.3   9:29.45 Xine_Player 
 3106 root      19  -1  244m 134m 127m S    6  3.4  36:10.40 Xorg         
 6817 root      20   0  171m  35m 9076 S    2  0.9   7:28.04 OrbiterGL   
 6191 root      20   0 68668  13m  12m S    1  0.4   1:31.86 Picture_Viewe
    1 root      20   0  3656 2088 1324 S    0  0.1   1:25.32 init         
    9 root      20   0     0    0    0 S    0  0.0   2:37.89 rcu_sched   
   18 root      20   0     0    0    0 S    0  0.0   1:01.24 ksoftirqd/2 
   36 root      20   0     0    0    0 S    0  0.0   0:11.55 khubd       
 2327 root      20   0 14968  12m 1136 S    0  0.3   3:05.12 StorageDevice
 2548 root      20   0  3880 2060 1124 S    0  0.1   0:14.96 Gamepad_Detec
 6196 root      20   0 37264 3800 2932 S    0  0.1   0:02.19 MythTV_Player
 6489 root      20   0  144m  11m 5120 S    0  0.3   1:19.02 SimplePhone 
 7408 root      20   0  4184 2380 1140 S    0  0.1   0:23.96 Restart_MythB
 7495 root      20   0     0    0    0 S    0  0.0   0:00.22 kworker/1:0 
10883 root      20   0  2852 1172  872 R    0  0.0   0:00.11 top         

How to correct this ?

Greetings,
Philippe
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Installation issues / Re: Intel NUC D54250WY problem
« Last post by posde on November 20, 2014, 02:08:29 pm »
Connecting to any of the sessions is done by screen -r XXXX where XXXX is either the process ID or the name of the screen session. screen -l lists both information.

After connecting, use ctrl-a d to disconnect from the screen session.

Use top to see what process is using most of the CPU.
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