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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« Last post by Esperanto on November 24, 2014, 11:28:43 am »
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.
A simple test would be to temporarily disable the external trunk and see if the phantom rings still happen.
doesn't that previous message already answers that option?
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Users / Re: HDMI-CEC control (RaspberryPi and PulseEight)
« Last post by phenigma on November 23, 2014, 11:19:06 pm »
Input switching, volume control on AVRs, Power On/Off, Play/Pause/Stop, etc. are all functional now with the appropriate device templates added to your systems.  Still having issues controlling tv volume directly.  I really like that proper off functionality is possible for devices like the PS3 & PS4 that have been difficult to properly control.

J.
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Hi Andrew,

I appreciate your ongoing support of the LinuxMCE community and the expectations of our users when a product is advertised as 'supported'.  Thanks for clarifying, again, that you will add the appropriate DeviceTemplates, to LinuxMCE, to truly make this supported from LinuxMCE!  I look forward to the additions.

Jason
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Installation issues / Re: 12.04 install report
« Last post by maverick0815 on November 22, 2014, 07:00:05 pm »
I deleted the sip-phones and recreated them again. Unfortunately they still don't register. Anyone got an idea?
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Users / Re: LinuxMCE suddenly rings
« Last post by totallymaxed on November 22, 2014, 12:36:14 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

A simple test would be to temporarily disable the external trunk and see if the phantom rings still happen. If they do with the external trunk to your telecom provider disabled then you know that the cause is something internal to your system.

All the best

Andy
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Let's be clear.  I am not confused about the product you are offering or the extent (or not) of its' capabilities.  I am confused by the fact that your subject line claims there is support for it in LinuxMCE when there is not.  I would consider purchasing your product, and promote it to others for you, if it was actually supported from LinuxMCE.

Thank you for clarifying that you intend to add the needed Device Template(s) so that it can be 'supported from LinuxMCE' as you claim. 

Jason

Hi Jason,

As I said in my initial, and follow up responses, we have customers who already have working GSD devices on their LinuxMCE systems and we will have the source code for a GSD available shortly that I will make freely available here. Every LinuxMCE customer who has purchased our HDMI-CEC firmware to date was, and is, fully aware that they will need to create their own simple GSD device currently, as we have made that clear in the posts relating to purchasing our firmware and again before they confirm their purchase. No one has been misled, tricked into purchasing our HDMI-CEC firmware. The only post where we have not mentioned the current need to create your own GSD device is the follow up post relating to our software having been updated to support HDMI-CEC enabled HDMI Switches ie this post. But of course now you and I have discussed this in depth, here in this thread, no one can be in anyway confused about this issue even if they only ever read this thread.

I would also ask any existing customer of our HDMI-CEC firmware to contact me directly if they need any help/support to create their own simple GSD device - or alternatively wait for our GSD device to be available.

Lastly if anyone is still confused, or felt they were not informed about needing to create a simple GSD device prior to purchasing our HDMI-CEC firmware for the Raspberry Pi, then they can post here or contact me directly and they can have a full refund.

All the best

Andy
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Let's be clear.  I am not confused about the product you are offering or the extent (or not) of its' capabilities.  I am confused by the fact that your subject line claims there is support for it in LinuxMCE when there is not.  I would consider purchasing your product, and promote it to others for you, if it was actually supported from LinuxMCE.

Thank you for clarifying that you intend to add the needed Device Template(s) so that it can be 'supported from LinuxMCE' as you claim. 

Jason
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Hi Andrew,

You seem to be taking my position as a personally attack, I can assure you that nothing is farther from the truth.  I have never once suggested that you should not be selling your hardware/software through the forums here, or in conjuction with LinuxMCE, or supported in LinuxMCE when that is the case.  And I will never suggest that you should not be.

I have not, and never will, dispute that you have contributed greatly, and continue to contribute to LinuxMCE.  I, and everyone in the community, appreciate that greatly!  Let me say that again: *I* appreciate what you do and your contributions to the community greatly!  I have a great deal of respect for you Andrew.  It is because I wish to keep that respect that I brought this issue forward.

This statement is false.  *I* am confused due to the subject of this thread "Support Added for CEC control of HDMI Switches from LinuxMCE".  There is no support in LinuxMCE for your device.  That is confusing to me, and I'm not the only one.

Jason

Hi Jason,

Firstly I am sure that if there were any confusion about the need currently to create your own GSD device to communicate with our HDMI-CEC products I would be the first one to hear about it or someone would have posted to this thread. No one has posted here stating they are confused about this either. Lastly if a customer who has already purchased one of our HDMI-CEC enabled firmware licenses was unhappy in any way they can post here or PM me for a refund.

As far as I know you, a person who is not a customer, are the only person who is 'confused'. But hopefully this thread has removed that confusion now.

All the best

Andy
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Hi Andrew,

You seem to be taking my position as a personally attack, I can assure you that nothing is farther from the truth.  I have never once suggested that you should not be selling your hardware/software through the forums here, or in conjuction with LinuxMCE, or supported in LinuxMCE when that is the case.  And I will never suggest that you should not be.

I have not, and never will, dispute that you have contributed greatly, and continue to contribute to LinuxMCE.  I, and everyone in the community, appreciate that greatly!  Let me say that again: *I* appreciate what you do and your contributions to the community greatly!  I have a great deal of respect for you Andrew.  It is because I wish to keep that respect that I brought this issue forward.

There is no confusion on this AT ALL.

This statement is false.  *I* am confused due to the subject of this thread "Support Added for CEC control of HDMI Switches from LinuxMCE".  There is no support in LinuxMCE for your device.  That is confusing to me, and I'm not the only one.

Jason
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A Series Highlighting How to Configure your Dianemo System

Configuring controllable AV amplifiers is very easy in Dianemo. This section of the Dianemo Wiki page explains how to configure your Denon AVR amplifiers for control by Dianemo;

http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Dianemo_S#Configuring_a_Denon_AVR_or_Similar_Controllable_Amplifier

All the best

Andy
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