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Installation issues / Re: Shutdown problem
« Last post by posde on February 09, 2016, 11:11:51 pm »
Glad to be of help :)
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Installation issues / Re: Shutdown problem
« Last post by maverick0815 on February 09, 2016, 10:48:38 pm »
 :) works
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Users / Re: Running LinuxMCE on low power system (Odroid and similar) ?
« Last post by phenigma on February 09, 2016, 05:28:54 pm »
Someday we hope to have UPnP control similar to what Dianemo was doing.  But for us the RPi2 is a full MD with audio/video playback and photo screen saver.  UI1 only.  As I said it is possible to upgrade to mythtv 0.28 (it requires qt5) and it will run on the rpi2 I am told.   As for qorbiter we do intend to bring it onscreen but realistically that will take a lot of effort.

J.
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Users / ZWave: Fibaro Smoke Detector FGSD-02?
« Last post by rebelkiller on February 09, 2016, 05:14:20 pm »
Hello there,

I bought a Fibaro Smoke Detector FGSD-02 (newer version).
Adding it to lmce it will be recognized correctly.

LMCE adds an "Generic Sensor" (27 in my case), which is taking battery state.
Manually I added an Temperatur sensor with instance 1 (27/1 in my case), which is working correctly.

Now I am trying to get smoke and tamper detection to work.

Watching Zwave logs I found the following entry regarding my Fibaro smoke detector:

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Device mapping: <0xb7786700>
05 02/09/16 17:01:00.102 * Device id = 27, dt = 1813 (Generic Sensor), main label = Sensor, pk_parent = 32 <0xb7786700>
05 02/09/16 17:01:00.102   -> Already mapped to device, PK_Device=207 <0xb7786700>
01 02/09/16 17:01:00.102     -> No device template for node with generic 7, specific 1, label  <0xb7786700>
05 02/09/16 17:01:00.102 * Device id = 27/1, dt = 0 (), main label = , pk_parent = 0 <0xb7786700>...

What does row "no device template for..." mean?

Anyone using this device, too?

Thanks!

Best regards!

Bernd
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Users / Re: Running LinuxMCE on low power system (Odroid and similar) ?
« Last post by Garbui on February 09, 2016, 04:10:25 am »
Thank-you for the clarification Phenigma. With regard to the RPI2, Dianemo went down a path that no longer saw the MD integrated into the system only a UPNP media renderer and not a controller. I am looking for RPI2 to be a full MD, or at least understand what it cannot do at the moment (ie. MythTV). My install is neither large, nor complex with regard to automation atm. Only some zwave lights/motion sensors and ip cams. But the media is important. So RPI2 may be an option in part.

Regarding QOrbiter, not a criticism only seeking clarification  :D - Thankyou.

Cheers
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Users / Re: Running LinuxMCE on low power system (Odroid and similar) ?
« Last post by phenigma on February 09, 2016, 02:49:39 am »
RPI2 cannot run mythtv at the moment.  Once mythtv 0.28 is release (and we get around to backporting it) then mythtv is possible.  One user has tested it so far and says it works.  Don't hold your breath for onscreen qorbiter.  I have much more important things to do with my time.  ;)  Patches are welcome.

What do you want to do with your RPI2 MD?  Please check the raspberry pi wiki for answers to your questions.

J.
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Users / Re: Running LinuxMCE on low power system (Odroid and similar) ?
« Last post by Garbui on February 09, 2016, 02:46:45 am »
Hi all. I have been following this development as I too have been having ongoing and unresolved issues with Dianemo. Having outlaid monies already for hardware now no longer supported by Dianemo a low cost, low power option has sparked my enthusiasm. One thing holding my back somewhat is whether Mythtv front end is possible on an RPI2 MD with Linuxmce and if QT5 orbiter is functional yet. It appears from Langston's work that QT5 is only available on iOS and Android? Is this correct? Is mythTV possible with ODroid core and RPI2 MD? I would be looking to use dual HDHome run for DVB-T. What are the current limitations from a standard pxe boot MD that RPI2 cannot support?

Thanks
Garath
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Users / The return of CDDB and CD-Ripping
« Last post by phenigma on February 09, 2016, 12:33:46 am »
The update after this one http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/LinuxMCE-1204/1404_Updates#Update_1204.3D201602080446.2B2028f850_1404.3D201602071815.2Bc31bc44f will bring the return of CD identification to LinuxMCE.  CD Titles/Performers/Track Titles/etc. should all be automatically determined from freedb using the cddb interface when a disc is inserted into a CD/DVD/BD drive attached to any MD.

CD-Ripping functionality also returns with the return of CD Identification!  I've tested flac ripping and it's working great!

Happy LMCEing!

J.
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Users / Re: Running LinuxMCE on low power system (Odroid and similar) ?
« Last post by phenigma on February 09, 2016, 12:30:09 am »
Obsolutely!  I'm not as familiar with those (I have an old dual tuner HDHomeRun gathering dust that I should setup).

J.
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Users / Re: Running LinuxMCE on low power system (Odroid and similar) ?
« Last post by posde on February 08, 2016, 11:07:26 pm »
USB devices are one way of doing it. SAT/IP devices are the other.
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