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Users / Re: Compatible GPU with GU2
« Last post by posde on June 21, 2016, 10:17:52 am »
I run UI2 on my Intel Sandybridge based MD.
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Users / Compatible GPU with GU2
« Last post by Lerras on June 21, 2016, 04:57:22 am »
I currently have a EVGA Geforce G210 with 1gb of ram. I can't get it to run with either UI2 (this is why my boot was hanging) I have tried updating drivers, believe they are 340.xx Geforce drivers. Is there another driver that will make the UI2 work with this card, or is it not capable with LinuxMCE, If this is the case, what cards do work, and I will return this to the pc i robbed it out of
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Users / Re: Firewall, website admin
« Last post by posde on June 20, 2016, 09:26:32 pm »
Thanks for the feedback
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Users / Re: Firewall, website admin
« Last post by darkwizard864 on June 20, 2016, 08:59:24 pm »
for some reason after that update if I disable the ipv4 firewall I loose internet and if I add a port it comes up -c instead of ACCEPT and port not open...

darkwizard
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Users / Firewall, website admin
« Last post by posde on June 20, 2016, 07:50:48 pm »
There is new package available for 1404 i386

Tests are greatly appreciated.
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Users / Re: What is compatible with LMCE?
« Last post by tschak909 on June 20, 2016, 02:45:39 pm »
I am the engineer for the Game Player, and I want to apologise for the temporary removal of the Game Player from LinuxMCE.

The Game Player, as it stood in LinuxMCE, had a few flaws:

* imprecise control of the target emulation, due to needing to synthesize X events, and all of the insane synchronization issues that arise from this.
* Huge amounts of metadata were downloaded when the plugin was installed on the core

I was in the middle of writing solutions to address these problems, when the code was accidentally prematurely pushed to the main source code repository in the master branch, which left the code in a very unusable state.

Life has since intervened (most recently, my wife was involved in a car accident), so my priorities are shifted, for the moment.

I intend to address these issues, once we've gotten the bug list for the rest of the system down to a manageable amount. The Game Player will come back, it's my baby, but it needs some serious engineering elbow grease to make it better.

-Thom

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Users / Re: What is compatible with LMCE?
« Last post by Vytron21 on June 19, 2016, 12:20:53 am »
Perfect, that is plenty to be getting along with, thank you. I will get to work on these then!

Again, thanks for answering my questions so quickly!
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Users / Re: What is compatible with LMCE?
« Last post by phenigma on June 18, 2016, 10:03:15 pm »
That I cannot provide as I do not have a list.  Let's see what I can find:

Security:
Apex Destiny 6000
GE Interlogix
Power5020
VistaICM
ZWave
... any other that someone creates a driver for

Lighting:
DMX
ZWave
KNX
Hue
... any other that someone creates a driver for

Climate:
1-wire
KNX
ZWave
RadioThermostat
AprilAire
... any other that someone creates a driver for


Those are just the ones *I* know of, not necessarily comprehensive list.

J.
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Users / Re: What is compatible with LMCE?
« Last post by Vytron21 on June 18, 2016, 06:33:23 pm »
Thank you for the fast reply. Can I have the names of the ones that have drivers already? And also the ones that work for lighting and thermostat control please.
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Users / Re: What is compatible with LMCE?
« Last post by phenigma on June 18, 2016, 09:00:52 am »
Mhm.  The security system would need a driver to interface with LinuxMCE, very few have that at the moment.  If you have information on the software interface then you could certainly attempt to create a device for it.  We can provide support/help to create a template for it but you'd have to do the 'heavy lifting' portions of it.

MAME is not supported in any installation at the moment.  MAME code has altered, and lmce code experimentation was happening....  so long story short: there is currently no built in MAME support on any version of LMCE.  If you'd like to pick up MAME dev we'd be happy to have contributions.  :)

J.
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