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Users / Re: Adding zwave lights
« Last post by CentralMedia on January 16, 2019, 02:19:50 pm »
Any Experience with the following?
GoControl WA00Z-1 Z-Wave Scene-Controller Wall Switch

I bought one, but the openzwave driver is only saying probe when I click the status, not seeing an id like the other devices, maybe that is expected. No device added also, see attached

I am okay adding it manually and trying to create an event do so specific stuff when the buttons pressed.

Am also interested in the following which I have not bought yet

Aeotec WallMote, Z-Wave Plus wireless wall switch, 2 button, 8 scene remote control
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Users / Re: Possible Q Orbitor Issues
« Last post by CentralMedia on January 12, 2019, 12:02:23 am »
Also when I clicked create new in the app, there is not further options except Click to change name.

The error listed previously, comes after the steps above
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Users / Re: Possible Q Orbitor Issues
« Last post by CentralMedia on January 11, 2019, 11:59:35 pm »
Yes the orbitor was added on core first.

Tried what you suggested, but gives errors on pone

qorbiterqt5
Detected problems with app native libraries
(please consult log for detail)
libQt5Core.so: unauthorized access to "libcrypto.so"
libQt5Core.so: unauthorized access to "libssl.so"
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Users / Re: Possible Q Orbitor Issues
« Last post by Gavlee on January 11, 2019, 04:22:50 am »
One more thing.

The QOrbiter was added on the core first, before running the QOrbiter on the android device?

Maybe you could try on the android device, deleting settings left over to remove any chance of conflict, then delete the QOrbiters on the core and quick reload the router. Once all the settings are nuked try loading the QOrbiter again without doing anything on the core.

I could be wrong but adding the QObiter first on the core may confuse things, should the QOrbiter not be automatically detected by the core when it first runs? I think that's how it should be but I'm not 100% about that.
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Users / Re: Possible Q Orbitor Issues
« Last post by CentralMedia on January 11, 2019, 01:19:13 am »
Installing the qt IDE at present.
Saw one of the folders seem related to lnmce, so i selected it. Will let you know how it goes
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Users / Re: Possible Q Orbitor Issues
« Last post by posde on January 10, 2019, 10:55:46 pm »
For your information: qOrbiter was developed using QtCreator - I am fairly sure there are some debug abilities with that already setup.
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Users / Re: Possible Q Orbitor Issues
« Last post by CentralMedia on January 10, 2019, 06:45:29 pm »
No knowledge on Andriod development.

If I install the Eclipse IDE, would it work to launch the app and debug?

Got an error today, "Screen Error Click Return".
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Users / Re: Possible Q Orbitor Issues
« Last post by CentralMedia on January 10, 2019, 03:13:30 pm »
The bridge is an ethernet to wireless bridge, which is on the lnmce internal network (192.168.80.0/24). I have all the phones on the lnmce internal network. I have two access points, separate ssd's, one on the lnmce internal network and one on the pfsense network. All the testing I doing now, is on the lnmce internal network.

I cleared the settings and restarted the app, but not luck.

I am going to check the wiki and create a new qorbitor on the core, maybe it's something I did incorrectly there. I just went under orbitor, create qorbitor and followed the instructions
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Users / Re: Possible Q Orbitor Issues
« Last post by Gavlee on January 08, 2019, 10:37:48 am »
From the information provided, my guess is it's either a network configuration problem or something to do with the Android versions. I haven't tried QOrbiter on Android 8 yet, though I don't see why there would be a network problem like this if the QOrbiter works otherwise, It has worked for me from android 4.x ish.

I have had a similar problem with the QOrbiter running and showing the main screen but not any devices like lights etc. I do not remember what the problem was but I remember my network config was different then, most things seems to work in the QOrbiter for me at the moment but I have the bridge connected to the internal LMCE network not off my router box like yourself.

If I were you I would run pcap or wireshark or some packet sniffer on the device and core if you can, also check the pfsense/firewall logs while the QOrbiter is connecting. Doing that may show if any traffic is being sent and not receiving a reply and may help diagnose the problem.

Only other thing I can think of is removing the settings files QOrbiter creates (on the android device) and starting over.

Can't think of much else at the moment.
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Users / Re: hdmi cec control player
« Last post by phenigma on January 06, 2019, 12:50:37 am »
Very nice!  I also have mixed CEC and non CEC devices, it's great to control then all from a single remote!

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