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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by maverick0815 on March 25, 2015, 11:42:52 pm »
I have no more access to my drives in the core...
Phenigma was so kind as to try to assist me. I will attach the output file generated by HAL, until it terminated. Maybe this will help.
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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by phenigma on March 25, 2015, 08:39:00 pm »
There is no way that the new HAL could affect performance of your system.  qOrbiter is under a lot of changes atm and HAL is completely unrelated to it.  There is no affect that HAL could have on your internet connection either.  Talk to golgo about the qOrbiter issues in the qOrbiter thread.

To be sure you can always check if HAL is chewing cpu using top at the command line, but it sits consistently at 0% cpu usage on all my test systems, including rpi1 & rpi2.

J.
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Users / Re: 1204/1404 HAL replacement !!! Please read!
« Last post by maverick0815 on March 25, 2015, 08:18:21 pm »
I don't know, if this is really related, but since the update, I noticed some decrease in performance, qorbiter takes long to load and display the viewpoint.....also internet access seems slower. I checked my connection in the fritzbox...there it's fine.
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Installation issues / Re: LMCE-1404 20150308181930157 reboot loop
« Last post by phenigma on March 25, 2015, 07:24:43 pm »
How many times does it loop?  A reboot (or two depending on hardware) is fully expected.

J.
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Users / Re: rpi2
« Last post by phenigma on March 25, 2015, 07:23:56 pm »
I've got ubunty trusty packages for the rpi2 and I'm working on an sd card install method.  Stay tuned.  ;)

J.
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Users / Re: rpi2
« Last post by maverick0815 on March 25, 2015, 05:42:33 pm »
Okay..taking it step by step....right now it's running wit: squeezelite :-)
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Installation issues / Re: LMCE-1404 20150308181930157 reboot loop
« Last post by pigdog on March 24, 2015, 10:56:49 pm »
OK

Well something weird is going on.

Just tried 20150221002330069 and same,same.

Time to do some scratching... head, butt, (butthead a possibility).

Cheers
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Installation issues / LMCE-1404 20150308181930157 reboot loop
« Last post by pigdog on March 24, 2015, 10:36:16 pm »
Hi.

I downloaded and installed this snap.   

It loads and after restart provides the Ubuntu GRUB select screen.

After selecting Ubuntu it runs (for a bit), but then loops back to Ubuntu GRUB select screen.

Cheers
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Dianemo-Rpi2 - the lowest cost Core available today
A New Era in Smart Home Technology

One of the the most exciting advantages of the Raspberry Pi2 (Rpi2) board is its low cost & small size. If you've been thinking of 'building' your own Core or have always wanted a 2nd Core to just play around with, or prototype with then the Rpi2 + Dianemo-Rpi2 license is the ideal way to do that. In fact it is the lowest cost Core/NC that is available today (even including the Dianemo-Rpi2 license)

You can see the Press launch of Rpi2 and some early reviews of the new board here;

http://www.raspberrypi.org/taps-monitor-is-this-thing-on/

So why would you want a Dianemo-Rpi2? Maybe to run Dianemo-Rpi2 alongside your existing LinuxMCE Core or Dianemo NC if you have one - no need to disturb them at all. Here is what our users are telling us they plan to do with their Dianemo-Rpi2;

  • Have you wanted a Core for ages? Now you can for a total cost of less than $150 USD
  • Always wanted a 2nd Core to prototype projects on? Dianemo-Rpi2 is ideal.
  • Always wanted to build a low cost Core for a family member? Dianemo-Rpi2 is ideal.
  • Always wanted a Core for your Daughter/Son to learn & experiment with? Dianemo-Rpi2 is ideal
  • Got an idea for a Smart Home project you want to prototype? Dianemo-Rpi2 is ideal
  • Is there a Rpi hardware project you want to integrate? Dianemo-Rpi2 is ideal

Of course the new Rpi2 offers an enormous increase in performance with it's 4x 900mhz ARMv7 cores and 1gb RAM this gives the new board about a 6x performance boost overall compared to the Rpi B+ (according to the Raspberry Pi Foundation). This page has a lot of posts & tweets from ordinary Rpi2 users who have been running their own benchmark test on the board too;

http://www.raspberrypi.org/benchmarking-raspberry-pi-2/

The Rpi2 is incredibly affordable so no one can complain about the hardware costs - $35 USD for the Rpi2. Its so small that it can be hidden away almost anywhere you have a power outlet - no one can complain about it taking up half the lounge! Its silent too so no one will complain about the annoying buzz of its cooling fan. Its super low energy too, using less than 5w in its basic configuration - so no complaints there either.

Dianemo-Rpi2 is the perfect 'invisible' Smart Home project that you can have up and running for a fraction of what a PC based system would cost. Simply take advantage of our ARM only Dianemo-Rpi2 license for $99 USD now and you will have the lowest cost Core possible today.

Get a Dianemo-Rpi2 Preview License now for $99 USD - see here for details; http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=14026.0

All the best

Andy
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Developers / Re: Developing a Weather Plugin, videos
« Last post by cfernandes on March 23, 2015, 11:43:07 am »
Jim


this is your  version  merged  with my  changes  ,  include  radar  for  noaa  and  World weather online .

the WWO  is using the  2 more icons "night moderate cloudy  night partly cloudy"



https://www.dropbox.com/s/3qmrdmo84cfv9gg/weather.tar?dl=0
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