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"Done adding device ...."
« on: December 30, 2008, 12:38:53 am »
Every so often I get the familiar pop-up box in the upper left corner of the screen telling me it's finished adding my external USB device.  Same message every time, even when I'm watching a video stored on the device.  I don't have any problems with the videos stored there, no pauses during playback or anything.  It's not consistent, sometimes I can watch an entire video without noticing it, other times it's every 10 minutes.  I keep movies on that external drive, and MythTV recordings are done to my internal drive so I wouldn't think it's related to recording TV shows.  It's very distracting.

Anyone else have this issue?  Any ideas as to the cause?

Here is a small part of DCERouter.log.  I'm including everything within a minute of the device add.  I don't have anything configured for Asterisk, but in looking through the logs it appears there is an Asterisk message just like the one below right before adding the USB drive every time.  The external USB drive shows up as 7500AAK_External. 

07      12/29/08 15:49:12.097           Event #75 has no handlers <0x86ad0b90>
07      12/29/08 15:49:12.097           Received Message from 17 (^[[36;1mAsterisk / Living Room/Family Room^[[0m) to -1001 (^[[36;1munknown / ^[[0m), type 2 id75 Event:^[[32;1mExtensions Status^[[0m, retry none, parameters: <0x86ad0b90>
07      12/29/08 15:49:12.097             Parameter 13(Text): SIP/200:Registered <0x86ad0b90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101           Event #65 has no handlers <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101           Received Message from 1 (^[[36;1mCORE / Living Room/Family Room^[[0m) to -1001 (^[[36;1munknown / ^[[0m), type 2 id 65 Event:^[[32;1mDevice Detected^[[0m, retry none, parameters: <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 5(Mac Address):  <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 13(Text): 7500AAK_External [sdb1] <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 28(IP Address):  <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 49(PK_DeviceTemplate): 1790 <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 51(VendorModelID):  <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 52(PK_CommMethod): 8 <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 53(PK_PnpProtocol):  <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 54(PNP Serial Number): df3146e0-94e3-4ab5-81f4-02f14e9143b2 <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 55(DeviceData): 267|df3146e0-94e3-4ab5-81f4-02f14e9143b2|277|688G <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 56(Category):  <0x5da7eb90>
07      12/29/08 15:50:07.101             Parameter 59(Signature):  <0x5da7eb90>
08      12/29/08 15:50:07.103           Received Message from 1 (^[[36;1mCORE / Living Room/Family Room^[[0m) to OnScreen Orbiter(20),Generic Proxy Orbiter(63),type 1 id  809 Command:^[[35;1mDisplay Alert^[[0m, retry none, parameters: <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 15:50:07.103             Parameter 9(Text): 33766 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 15:50:07.103             Parameter 70(Tokens): pnp_33766 <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 15:50:07.103             Parameter 182(Timeout): 2 <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 15:50:07.103             Parameter 251(Interruption): 2 <0xa16e5b90>
05      12/29/08 15:50:07.219           ^[[33;1mSocket::ReceiveData 0x8d2ae00 failed, bytes left 0 start: 1177940000 1: 0 1b: 0 2: 0 2b: 0 m_Socket: 166 Incoming_Conn Socket 166 127.0.0.1^[[0m <0x5da7eb90>
05      12/29/08 15:50:07.220           ^[[33;1mSocket::ReceiveString2 ReceiveData failed m_Socket: -1 Incoming_Conn Socket 166 127.0.0.1^[[0m <0x5da7eb90>
05      12/29/08 15:50:07.220           ^[[33;1mTCPIP: Closing connection to -1003 (Router Dev #0) 0x8d2ae00 m_Socket: -1^[[0m <0x5da7eb90>
05      12/29/08 15:50:07.220           ^[[33;1mRouter::RemoveAndDeleteSocket 0x8d2ae00 -1003^[[0m <0x5da7eb90>

Just for more info, here is a grep showing times it's doing this:
08      12/29/08 7:50:09.528              Parameter 9(Text): 33738 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 8:10:08.974              Parameter 9(Text): 33739 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 8:20:07.796              Parameter 9(Text): 33740 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 10:00:08.555             Parameter 9(Text): 33743 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 10:10:08.408             Parameter 9(Text): 33744 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 10:20:07.621             Parameter 9(Text): 33745 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 10:30:08.143             Parameter 9(Text): 33749 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 10:40:08.149             Parameter 9(Text): 33751 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 10:50:07.837             Parameter 9(Text): 33752 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 11:00:08.438             Parameter 9(Text): 33753 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 11:10:07.098             Parameter 9(Text): 33754 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 13:00:09.483             Parameter 9(Text): 33755 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 13:40:08.740             Parameter 9(Text): 33756 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 13:50:08.281             Parameter 9(Text): 33759 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 14:00:07.008             Parameter 9(Text): 33760 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 15:10:07.669             Parameter 9(Text): 33762 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 15:20:08.193             Parameter 9(Text): 33763 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 15:30:09.141             Parameter 9(Text): 33764 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 15:40:07.569             Parameter 9(Text): 33765 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 15:50:07.103             Parameter 9(Text): 33766 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 16:00:09.972             Parameter 9(Text): 33767 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 16:10:09.775             Parameter 9(Text): 33768 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 16:20:08.181             Parameter 9(Text): 33769 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>
08      12/29/08 16:30:09.239             Parameter 9(Text): 33770 Done with new device Added: 7500AAK_External (sdb1)-CORE <0xa16e5b90>

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Re: "Done adding device ...."
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2008, 03:34:01 am »
This is normal.

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Re: "Done adding device ...."
« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2008, 07:11:21 am »
Wait, huh?  It's normal for LMCE to notify me every 10 minutes with a big pop-up that it added my external USB drive?  I don't care if it puts an entry in the log every 10 minutes, but the big blue on-screen pop-up every 10 minutes is annoying.

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Re: "Done adding device ...."
« Reply #3 on: December 30, 2008, 07:15:29 am »
it's a weird interaction with the pnp plugin. There is a thread here for changing the log level so that you won't see the messages.

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Re: "Done adding device ...."
« Reply #4 on: December 30, 2008, 03:42:04 pm »
Every so often I get the familiar pop-up box in the upper left corner of the screen telling me it's finished adding my external USB device.  Same message every time, even when I'm watching a video stored on the device.  I don't have any problems with the videos stored there, no pauses during playback or anything.  It's not consistent, sometimes I can watch an entire video without noticing it, other times it's every 10 minutes.  I keep movies on that external drive, and MythTV recordings are done to my internal drive so I wouldn't think it's related to recording TV shows.  It's very distracting.

Anyone else have this issue?  Any ideas as to the cause?


Thom has explained the cause... my answer in this thread explains a setting you can use for each MD's Orbiter to surpress these messages being displayed; http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=6705.msg41335#msg41335

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Re: "Done adding device ...."
« Reply #5 on: December 30, 2008, 08:46:27 pm »
Egg on my face for not searching better.  Following the suggestion in your other thread I set it to important.  Other than all, none, and important, what other options are there?

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Re: "Done adding device ...."
« Reply #6 on: December 30, 2008, 09:16:36 pm »
Egg on my face for not searching better.  Following the suggestion in your other thread I set it to important.  Other than all, none, and important, what other options are there?

Hmmm... good question! A look at the sources will tell what they are... I'll have a look and post something here later.

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