there’s a little workaround…
The Situation: all my music is stored on a Openelec Mediasystem and when i want to edit the ID3Tag or copy to my Phone, i always have to use the samba share on OE… it always would take “hours” to navigate through directory, ’cause every folder takes like 5mins to load, except you now, rather expect, what is inside.
i started organizing my music though iTunes, meaning ./Artist/Album/[Number] [NAME].mp3
so, i press “apple+shift+g” to navigate to a folder and when inside the musicfolder, enter the artistname, and then the folder appears; the best, it’s case insensitive…. following inside the artistfolder “apple+shift+g” to navigate to the album, or the “Unknown Album” folder and so on.
After nearly a year after moving from OE to LE, i moved back. I Don’t really know, if there’s a real difference, except LE still uses lirc or if it’s just a newly built system.
- Titan Beta Skin
- 3X0DU5 😉
- 3 Instances of Hyperion ESP01w/ws2812b and Arduinow/TM1829 and SPIw/ws2812b plus forwarder
how to Flash the ESP01 with ESP8266 & BERGMICRO Flash on a Mac OSX 10.11 El Capitan.
got it to work with the official ESPFLASHDOWNLOADTOOL, WineBottler & Cloudbuilder
i had to link a “COM1” port from my tty Port
ln -s /dev/tty. /dosdevices/COM1
and change the tool_config.txt
You don’t need Lircmap.xml in your userdata or yout lirc.cfg anymore, but you need to create an other keytable via ir-keytable… have a look here
furthermore i had to change the config.txt via
mount -o remount,rw /flash && nano /flash/config.txt
and change autostart
systemctl stop eventlircd.service
ir-keytable -a /storage/.config/rc_maps.cfg
where rc_maps.cfg consists of ” * * NAME” which is pointing to
“.config/rc_keymaps/NAME” which looks as follows:
# table NAME, type: NEC
0x81370f KEY_UP #Up
0x81370b KEY_DOWN #Down
0x813728 KEY_RIGHT #right
0x813727 KEY_LEFT #left
0x81370a KEY_PLAY #play_pause
0x813759 KEY_MENU #menu
everything else, linke longpress feature works as in the old days with lircd. [SOURCE]
hyperion Wall Light in RPI b+ with Arduino-TM1829 anti flicker, strobe etc.
change service user (pi) to lesser restricted user (root) cause libreelec/openelec/OSMC uses root privileged hyperion forwarder….
: $ sudo service hyperion status
hyperion.service – Hyperion Systemd service
Loaded: loaded (/etc/systemd/system/hyperion.service; enabled)
: $ sudo nano /etc/systemd/system/hyperion.service
change line 6:
: $ sudo systemctl daemon-reload
: $ sudo service hyperion restart
a little workaround: the message is wrong, it should mean, “can’t extract file, because i’m too stupid to see a gzipp format and use the proper command”
here’s the full message:
sudo cpan install Net::MQTT:Constants
Loading internal null logger. Install Log::Log4perl for logging messages
Database was generated on Mon, 13 Feb 2017 02:17:02 GMT
Fetching with LWP:
Fetching with LWP:
Database was generated on Tue, 14 Feb 2017 12:17:02 GMT
Fetching with LWP:
Running install for module 'Net::MQTT::Constants'
Checksum for /root/.cpan/sources/authors/id/B/BE/BEANZ/Net-MQTT-1.163170.tar.gz ok
Uncompressed /root/.cpan/sources/authors/id/B/BE/BEANZ/Net-MQTT-1.163170.tar.gz successfully
Using Tar:/bin/tar xf "Net-MQTT-1.163170.tar":
Couldn't untar Net-MQTT-1.163170.tar: 'Nicht gen?gend Hauptspeicher verf?gbar' <--wrong Error!
'YAML' not installed, will not store persistent state
Had problems unarchiving. Please build manually
- i switched to root via
use NFS Manager to mount your NFS shares. To get the correct options, login to your NFS via ssh and execute:
should look somethin like
i also use nolocks and noatime.
Past: 5.6MB/s Now: 13.2MB/s
on libreelec machine:
login via password is libreelec (or openelec)
create ssh Directory:
on fhem machine:
allow fhem user login via:
sudo nano /etc/passwd
change Path “/false” to “/bash” (exit nano via “ctrl+x” and confirm changes)
generate password for user fhem via:
sudo passwd fhem
log in user fhem:
generate ssh keys:
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096
copy keys to libreelec:
ssh-copy-id -i /opt/fhem/.ssh/id_rsa.pub root@kodi
test connection (still logged in as fhem user):
ssh root@kodi && exit
exit fhem user session:
disable fhem user login:
change Path “/bash” to “/false” (exit nano via “ctrl+x” and confirm changes)
delete password for user fhem via:
sudo passwd -d fhem
I managed to get the HC05 Bluetooth Module (on a ZS-040 Adapterboard) working on my Seriously Pro Racing F3 Evolution flight Controller.
i had to pull PIN34 on the HC05 to HIGH to get into “Full AT+Mode” change the UART Baudrate to 115200 via
(HC05) RXD-T1 (SPf3 UART1)
(HC05) TXD-R1 (SPf3 UART1)
(HC05) VCC-5V (SPf3 5V RAIL)
(HC05) GND-GND (SPf3 GND RAIL)
finally go into Cleanflight, Port tab and activate MSP on Port1 with 115200
Full AT+COMMAND List for HC05
[Sources: http://blog.dronetrest.com & http://www.martyncurrey.com]
Got it with non working Li-Ion Battery & BT Problems.
After clipping the single Batterypack and soldering a new one to the controller, the Problems were gone.
There were some ISP leadpoints; didn’t tried em.
End of Story.