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Dear all,

Is it possible to set attributes to Computing applications added to be handled as media played?.
What is the issue?
I added Google Chrome to the computing applications in order to be able to use NETFLIX.  If I don't move the mouse then the screen saver kicks in and mess everything!, this is worst of course when kids or wife are using Netflix....  Quick solution, I increased the seconds before screensaver on the screen orbiter on webadmin to 3700 so at least If I'm watching a TV show wont kill me on the last minute!
I also installed KODI and giving it a try with the same issues.  Is there a way to do a better fix?
I would like to keep the minutes before screensaver so high otherwise the MD and screen will be left on for too long when unattended.

Cheers,

T
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Dear All,

How does the Display On or Display Off button works on LINUXMCE orbiter power option?.  I have a setup of a room with a Denon Receiver and also a LG controlled by serial both.  Lmce sees the receiver as main display device so every time the MD turns on, it only turns on the Denon and leaves the TV off.  Same as turning them OFF.
Any hints on how to make both work as Display.
I'm writing other post for other events questions, Is there documentation or a "Rules and Events 101" that helps to understand better all the possibilities of MCE?

Cheers,

T
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Installation issues / Intel Nuc
« Last post by JasonFus on November 12, 2016, 07:06:50 am »
Hello ahenning,

I would like to use intel nuc with ESXI. There is with one nic for both management traffic and production VMs traffic. Would your setup with LAN/WAN also apply to my scenario? Or is there something else which needs to be configured?

According some references there needs to be VMkernel port also added together virtual port group on virtual switch. However both scenarios are not working for me. I am able to connect to ESXi on management IP. But if I try to connect on specific VMs IP which is in same segment this is not working. I can also not ping between VM IP X.X.X.10 and VMkernel port X.X.X.11 which are in same VLAN on virtual switch.

Thanks in advance for your replay.
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Users / Re: Need some dedicated testers.
« Last post by maverick0815 on November 10, 2016, 11:32:47 pm »
Well, I exchanged the id's, but the behaviour is the same. Tablet is ok, the phone not so much....
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Users / Re: ip secuirty camera
« Last post by phenigma on November 10, 2016, 04:05:59 pm »
Ah, I see.
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Users / Re: ip secuirty camera
« Last post by posde on November 09, 2016, 11:26:14 pm »
RTSP is the Real Time Streaming Protocol used by quite a bit of stuff. As golgoj4 pointed out, it is quite a hog.
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Users / Re: ip secuirty camera
« Last post by phenigma on November 09, 2016, 09:32:09 pm »
Sorry, I'm not actually aware of the acronym...  I've never used an ip camera so I was confused. 

Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk

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Users / Re: ip secuirty camera
« Last post by posde on November 09, 2016, 09:15:42 pm »
phenigma is bad. Just because some people have issues with FLA... ;)
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Users / Re: Need some dedicated testers.
« Last post by maverick0815 on November 09, 2016, 07:11:51 pm »
Sorry guys, for being absent for a long time....so far I still haven't been able to use my phone properly with qorbiter....perhaps I should exchange the device-ids on the phone and the tablet and see, if that makes any difference.
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Users / Re: ip secuirty camera
« Last post by phenigma on November 09, 2016, 05:44:11 pm »
I'm not even sure how RSTP works with an IP camera.  It doesn't even sound related.

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Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
In 2001, the IEEE introduced Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP) as 802.1w. RSTP provides significantly faster spanning tree convergence after a topology change, introducing new convergence behaviors and bridge port roles to do this. RSTP was designed to be backwards-compatible with standard STP.

While STP can take 30 to 50 seconds to respond to a topology change, RSTP is typically able to respond to changes within 3 × Hello times (default: 3 times 2 seconds) or within a few milliseconds of a physical link failure. The Hello time is an important and configurable time interval that is used by RSTP for several purposes; its default value is 2 seconds.

Standard IEEE 802.1D-2004 incorporates RSTP and obsoletes the original STP standard.
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