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Applications / Re: Linux Whiteboard - New version (0.3) available
« on: March 27, 2008, 08:20:44 PM »
It works great!

The only thing to change is the version number in the Help -> About  Menu ;)

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I chose the correct driver for my graphics card (i810) and now everything works great.

Sorry for the misleading information.

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You are right!

The problem must be in the configuration of my 3D acceleration... I still need to tweak the Hardy installation.

I will keep you posted.

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Testing whiteboard_0.2.9.2-0ubuntu1_i386.deb

There is no problem connecting to the Wiimote.

Same CPU issue: The CPU usage went up when trying to Calibrate.

Here you have the output from the command line:
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~$ whiteboard
Put Wiimote in discoverable mode now (press 1+2)...
Connected!!!
Put Wiimote in discoverable mode now (press 1+2)...
No wiimotes found
Unable to connect to wiimote

(whiteboard:7791): gtkmm-WARNING **: Gtk::Main::init() called twice
Mesg pipe overflow
Mesg pipe overflow
Mesg pipe overflow
Mesg pipe overflow
Mesg pipe overflow
Calculating coefficients... Done!

After calibrated it worked very well.

Maybe you can produce a more verbose output in the command line so that you can track easily the bugs.

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Downloaded 0.2.9.1 and still get the same problem:
 * CPU gets to 100% (This slows all the Calibration Process)

When I show the IR Pen to the Wiimote during calibration, I can see the output of the "Wiiremote camera" in the square from the center of the calibration... The output in the center square has a delay of 3 secs to 20 seconds...

After spending three minutes calibrating, the end result was good: I could Activate the whiteboard and use it like before.

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Just downloaded the latest DEB.

Now the Calibration is Full Screen.

Still get the CPU to peak to 100%.

And could not Calibrate... (It was working fine with the last version in Gutsy)

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@fnf
The Gutsy Version was not working perfectly, I had some problems connecting to the Wiimote. After many tries I managed to make it work.

Once the Wiimote is connected the Calibration and the Resolution work very well.

Now I just did a fresh Hardy installation to test the Hardy whiteboard package. The package also installed another three extra packages.

After the installation as expected the Wii Whiteboard icon in the Application menu.

The Connection via Bluetooth worked perfectly.

The problem for me happend during the calibration:
 * Not Full Screen
 * Could not see my IR pen
 * It randomly Calibrated itself, (Invisible IR pen)
 * The CPU went crazy (100%)

FYI, the output on the Terminal was:
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~$ whiteboard
Put Wiimote in discoverable mode now (press 1+2)...
Connected!!!
Put Wiimote in discoverable mode now (press 1+2)...
No wiimotes found
Unable to connect to wiimote

(whiteboard:20186): gtkmm-WARNING **: Gtk::Main::init() called twice
Mesg pipe overflow
Mesg pipe overflow

Let me know if I can do something else to test the Whiteboard.

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Applications / Re: Multi-Point Linux Applications?
« on: March 24, 2008, 03:51:31 AM »
Here is another Multi-Point X Server.
http://wearables.unisa.edu.au/mpx/

I also found a blog with many links to Multi-Point info, it has a download section with some Applications for Multi-Point.
http://www.multigesture.net/downloads/
It seems like there are some Linux Apps, I haven't tested any yet.

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Applications / Multi-Point Linux Applications?
« on: March 24, 2008, 01:44:37 AM »
Has someone been able to use the code written by fnf to make use of the Multi-Point capability of the Wiimote?

What Multi-Point Linux Applications are there available?


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The CCP branch made a great difference!

I did manage to compile it following the instructions on the Wiki.

Very nice and simple GUI. (I did also like to blinking when calibrating).

On my installation when Calibrating I do not get a Full Screen view (like in the ./demo version). The two Ubuntu bars are always kept on top of the Calibration window.

I did also get random behavior with the GUI, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.

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For now I have been using the compiled version of your code ./demo

I guess I will have to upgrade to Hardy soon, but for now I am using Gutsy.

Trying to install the Hardy package gives me an error with dependency library libcairo2.

Could you please create some Gutsy Packages for testing?

Thanks

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Last SVN Revision is number 93.

I could not notice any changes in the GUI.

How do I get to the Setting section?

Please let me know how can I help you to test the bugs that you are chasing.

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Thanks for keeping us updated!

I will keep syncing for new with the subversion repository.

For the ones that just got in you can get it at:
http://code.google.com/p/linux-whiteboard/

@fnf: you could set this link as your signature in the forum...


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