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[SOLVED] Problem with Windows CE Orbiter
« on: March 03, 2010, 11:20:34 pm »
Hia,
after installing the windows ce orbiter, it connects, shows a very fast screen and exits. Looking the DCERouter.log, it shows the following lines or the #54 orbiter:

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08      03/03/10 18:51:07.841           Received Message from 54 (Windows CE PDA (Vert Display) / Living) to Infrared Plug-in(7), type 1 id  688 Command:Get Remote Control Mapping, retry none, parameters: <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:07.841             Parameter 5(Value To Assign):  <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:09.380           Received Message from 54 (Windows CE PDA (Vert Display) / Living) to General Info Plug-in(4), type 1 id  239 Command:Request File And Checksum, retry none, parameters: <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:09.380             Parameter 13(Filename): /usr/pluto/bin/Orbiter_CeNet4_XScale.dat <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:09.380             Parameter 91(Checksum):  <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:09.380             Parameter 92(Checksum Only): 1 <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:09.487           Received Message from 54 (Windows CE PDA (Vert Display) / Living) to General Info Plug-in(4), type 1 id  71 Command:Request File, retry none, parameters: <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:09.487             Parameter 13(Filename): /usr/pluto/bin/UpdateBinaryCE.exe <0xb10f9b90>
01      03/03/10 18:51:09.488           requested missing file: /usr/pluto/bin/UpdateBinaryCE.exe <0x918efb90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:10.278           Received Message from 54 (Windows CE PDA (Vert Display) / Living) to Orbiter Plug-in(9), type 1 id  694 Command:Get Orbiter Status, retry none, parameters: <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:10.278             Parameter 2(PK_Device): 54 <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:10.279             Parameter 5(Value To Assign):  <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:10.279             Parameter 9(Text):  <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:10.279             Parameter 48(Value): 269012 <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:10.413           Received Message from 54 (Windows CE PDA (Vert Display) / Living) to General Info Plug-in(4), type 1 id  71 Command:Request File, retry none, parameters: <0xb10f9b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:10.413             Parameter 13(Filename): orbiter/C54/C54.info.lzo <0xb10f9b90>
01      03/03/10 18:51:10.414           requested missing file: orbiter/C54/C54.info.lzo <0x918efb90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.006           Socket::ReceiveData 0x86745ea8 failed, bytes left 0 start: 1920000 1: 0 1b: 0 2: 0 2b: 0 m_Socket: 135 Incoming_Conn Socket 135 192.168.80.50EVENT 54 T=8 Event #54 <0xb10f9b90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.007           Socket::ReceiveString2 ReceiveData failed m_Socket: -1 Incoming_Conn Socket 135 192.168.80.50EVENT 54 T=8 Event #54 <0xb10f9b90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.007           TCPIP: Closing connection to 54 (Router Dev #0) 0x86745ea8 m_Socket: -1 <0xb10f9b90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.007           Router::RemoveAndDeleteSocket 0x86745ea8 54 <0xb10f9b90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.011           Socket::ReceiveData 0x867460b8 failed, bytes left 0 start: 1910000 1: 0 1b: 0 2: 0 2b: 0 m_Socket: 79 Incoming_Conn Socket 79 192.168.80.50EVENT 54 T=8 Event #54 <0x6ceccb90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.011           Socket::ReceiveString2 ReceiveData failed m_Socket: -1 Incoming_Conn Socket 79 192.168.80.50EVENT 54 T=8 Event #54 <0x6ceccb90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.011           TCPIP: Closing connection to 54 (Router Dev #0) 0x867460b8 m_Socket: -1 <0x6ceccb90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.007           Router::RemoveAndDeleteSocket 0x86745ea8 54 <0xb10f9b90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.011           Socket::ReceiveData 0x867460b8 failed, bytes left 0 start: 1910000 1: 0 1b: 0 2: 0 2b: 0 m_Socket: 79 Incoming_Conn Socket 79 192.168.80.50EVENT 54 T=8 Event #54 <0x6ceccb90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.011           Socket::ReceiveString2 ReceiveData failed m_Socket: -1 Incoming_Conn Socket 79 192.168.80.50EVENT 54 T=8 Event #54 <0x6ceccb90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.011           TCPIP: Closing connection to 54 (Router Dev #0) 0x867460b8 m_Socket: -1 <0x6ceccb90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:11.011           Router::RemoveAndDeleteSocket 0x867460b8 54 <0x6ceccb90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:14.000           Socket::ReceiveData 0x86744b98 failed, bytes left 0 start: 1900000 1: 0 1b: 0 2: 0 2b: 0 m_Socket: 160 Incoming_Conn Socket 160 192.168.80.50 dev 54 <0x9d2f6b90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:14.000           Socket::ReceiveString2 ReceiveData failed m_Socket: -1 Incoming_Conn Socket 160 192.168.80.50 dev 54 <0x9d2f6b90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:14.001           ServerSocket::PingFailed <0x9d2f6b90>
01      03/03/10 18:51:14.001           Router::PingFailed 0x86744b98 Incoming_Conn Socket 160 192.168.80.50 dev 54 54 <0x9d2f6b90>
05      03/03/10 18:51:14.001           Router::RemoveAndDeleteSocket 0x86744b98 54 <0x9d2f6b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:24.055           Received Message from 21 (OnScreen Orbiter / Living) to 10 (Media Plug-in / Living), type 1 id 74 Command:Bind to Media Remote, retry none, parameters: <0x716d5b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:24.055             Parameter 2(PK_Device):  <0x716d5b90>
08      03/03/10 18:51:24.055             Parameter 3(PK_DesignObj):  <0x716d5b90>

Is there anything i have to do in order to have it running?

TIA

Paulo
« Last Edit: March 04, 2010, 04:50:42 pm by pw44 »

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Re: Problem with Windows CE Orbiter
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2010, 04:05:08 am »
I had that same thing in the past but I cannot remember what it was.  I could have been one of three things:

1.  I had the wrong version of the CE orbiter - un-install it and try the other one
2.  it is corrupt - uninstall, delete the orbiter and re-install it
3.  your device ID and the one stored for the CE orbiter are different.  in Web-admin in the orbiters page, the device number is on the right by the description.  Check that this corresponds to the DeviceID on the CE device, stored in a file called 'Orbiter' in the 'Pluto Orbiter' directory

Those are the only problems I have had with the WinCE orbiter

Hope it helps
Jason


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Re: Problem with Windows CE Orbiter
« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2010, 04:50:17 pm »
Hi,
thx for answering. Did check device ID, it was ok. #54.
After rebooting the core/hybrid, and tried again, it worked.
Regards,
Paulo

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Re: [SOLVED] Problem with Windows CE Orbiter
« Reply #3 on: March 07, 2010, 12:29:14 am »
Where did you get the installer?

All of the Orbiter installers are empty on my fresh instance of LMCE 8.10b2 (/usr/pluto/bin/Orbiter_* and /usr/pluto/installers/*), installed from DVD.  Could you kindly direct me to the Xscale version?

I've found the source files in SVN:
http://svn.linuxmce.org/svn/branches/LinuxMCE-0810/installers/Installers/

But don't have a dev environment and need a CAB or EXE to install on my WM2003 IPAQ.

Thanks for any help with this.

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Re: [SOLVED] Problem with Windows CE Orbiter
« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2010, 01:15:51 am »
On Webadmin login screen, bottom you will find it. Your link shall be http://localhost/lmce-admin/fdownload.php?filepath=installers/Orbiter_CeNet4_XScale.CAB.
Mine is found at /usr/pluto/installers/Orbiter_CeNet4_XScale.CAB.
In case you don't have it, send me a PM with your email and i will reply with it attached.
« Last Edit: March 07, 2010, 01:20:48 am by pw44 »

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Re: [SOLVED] Problem with Windows CE Orbiter
« Reply #5 on: March 07, 2010, 02:18:37 am »
For some reason all of my orbiter related files are 0k, I've even double checked this by ssh'ing to my core.  Seen a few other instances of this issue since 2007, but no real solutions. 

If you would, please PM it to me.  I really appreciate it!

Best regards,
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