[RELEASE] Official XBMC boblight Addon

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Memphiz Offline
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Post: #1231
http://mirrors.kodi.tv/releases/android/...bi-v7a.apk (we are not in the playstore yet). Also have a look in our wiki (if you are unsure on how to install an apk)

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Post: #1232
Hello and sorry if my question is answered before, I read all quickly.

I have installed in my openwrt router boblightd and in my androidTV last boblight in xbmc.

When I start boblightd (boblight server) in my router this is the output:

root@OpenWrt:~# (InitLog) start of log /root/.boblight/boblightd.log
(PrintFlags) starting boblightd -f
(CConfig::LoadConfigFromFile) opening /etc/boblight.conf
(CConfig::CheckConfig) checking config lines
(CConfig::CheckDeviceConfig) ERROR: /etc/boblight.conf no devices defined
(CConfig::CheckColorConfig) ERROR: /etc/boblight.conf no colors defined
(CConfig::CheckLightConfig) ERROR: /etc/boblight.conf no lights defined

This is my config for testing purposes before I receive my arduino:

[global]
#interface 10.0.0.2
port 19333

[device]
name arduino
output dd bs=1 > /dev/null 2>&1
channels 6
type popen
interval 10000

[color]
name red
rgb FF0000

[color]
name green
rgb 00FF00

[color]
name blue
rgb 0000FF

[light]
name light00
color red arduino 1
color green arduino 2
color blue arduino 3
hscan 9 19
vscan 85 100

[light]
name light01
color red arduino 4
color green arduino 5
color blue arduino 6
hscan 0 10
vscan 85 100

[light]
name light02
color red arduino 7
color green arduino 8
color blue arduino 9
hscan 0 8
vscan 71 86

What is the problem on my daemon server config?

Thanks.
(This post was last modified: 2014-12-19 17:39 by sergisat.)
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curunoir Offline
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Post: #1233
(2014-12-19 12:34)Memphiz Wrote:  http://mirrors.kodi.tv/releases/android/...bi-v7a.apk (we are not in the playstore yet). Also have a look in our wiki (if you are unsure on how to install an apk)

Here's the log with Kodi, quite different : http://xbmclogs.com/show.php?id=376835

The errors says it can't connect to boblightd, so now it sounds logical. I just have to wait for my Raspberry and Lightberry pack I guess. Unless I try it with a Raspbmc virtual machine, if it is possible...
(This post was last modified: 2014-12-19 19:12 by curunoir.)
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sergisat Offline
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Post: #1234
Solved, I switch from boblight-daemon_412-1_ar71xx.ipk to boblight-daemon_412-2_ar71xx.ipk and working.
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