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    Know that feeling but I am weak, I can't resist

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    I have now succumbed, Joggler on order

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    Thanks for the heads up all, I await my new toy
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    Default Continuing this thread in the xAP forum...

    There seems to be quite a bit of interest in HA control from the Joggler and I don't want to hijack or go OT within the IDRAtek forum so I've just started another thread in the adjacent xAP forum and that'll be the main place I'll be using. A lot of those interested are new to xAP too.

    Of course if you have any questions that are more associated with the use of IDRAnet and xAP / Joggler then post away and I'll keep an eye open here too...

    Cheers Kevin

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    My Joggler has just arrived and I've unpacked and plugged it in. First impressions after entering my WPA2 key are good. It is now downloading some updates

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    Nice aren't they - the build quality is surprisingly good.

    Assuming you have the xAP option for Cortex - and want to control some IDRAnet stuff eventually I'll be happy to include you in my 'early days' versions. There is a small router app used that runs on a PC too ,ideally XP. Hopefully later we will be able to run this bit on the Joggler too within a Linux hub.

    Happy to help you get it going once you're ready... if you don't have Flash I can setup some buttons for you that will work with your system after compilation.

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    Yet to run Kevin's instruction for enabling xAP because I had a few issues with enabling Telnet/SSH. Joggler seems a bit fussy about USB keys but I managed to get mine working and have written up what I did:

    Joggler Info - Forum Write-up

    Hope this may help others

    Paul

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    You dont have to install SSH and SCP if you are comfortable using

    w g e t http://....

    and have a web server to host the files on. Sorry I had to put spaces in that command as if you post it as one word the post fails :-(

    I have an imminent new release that doesn't require you customise via Flash as the configuration file is separate now. I provide a compiled .swf file now.

    Of course to customise the graphics , or add actions in reaction to device changes then you still need Flash. So I suspect to be really useful most people will need Flash still.

    K

    The directory should be media/appshop btw not media/appstore (the iPhones's warped my mind). I have reports that PMJ might change things a bit if that's installed.
    Last edited by Kevin; 22nd May 2010 at 09:43 PM. Reason: Trying to find why post failed it's that w g e t !

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    Kevin,

    Correct me if I am wrong but you still need to boot from USB to enable Telnet / SSH initally as the bog standard Joggler doesn't allow connection over these protocols?

    I've just updated my post to indicate that through Windows 7 diskpart I got my Corsair 4GB USB key working whereas intially it wouldn't.

    BTW I like the new Jog Tool released by the guys at Joggler.info which is an interface for installing other Apps.

    Looking forward to your new release. I was going to install your previous version but decied to wait until the morning when my head is a little clearer

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_B View Post
    Correct me if I am wrong but you still need to boot from USB to enable Telnet / SSH initally as the bog standard Joggler doesn't allow connection over these protocols?
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    Paul
    Yes - the telnet procedure (http://www.joggler.info/forum/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=7 and other places) puts a few files on a USB stick that the Joggler looks for when it boots (in case a manual upgrade is required). When run, these files enable telnet at boot time and create the "letmein" user. I don't think there's an SSH daemon installed on the stock Joggler OS but there are compiled ones on the net you can install manually.

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