Here is the complimentary installation notes on installing Kodi straight from website on Windows 10, along with Covenant add-in. Mind you this is not a step by step installation tutorial for beginners, we suggest you visit the official Kodi wiki site.
Assuming you have completed original Kodi install and stuck adding Covenant to it, if so please read on. This document assumes you have already the following:
Windows 10 (Time of writing, we are using Microsoft Windows 10, version 1703, OS build 15063.674)
Windows 10 is patched and no update found
Download and completed the Kodi v17.5 “Krypton” installation using setup file (Installer 32bit, Not Windows Store)
You need to be able to check log file so you know what went wrong during installation.
There are 4 prerequisite for Covenant as follows, :
You are cordially invited to attend the retirement party of R&D’s workstation, this mustard color case resembles Dwight Schrute (from you know where) is our workhorse doing all kinds of work since 2006. Here are a few photos from Flickr we took back then when we first bought the components.
(I) Preparing the Crestron Control System Processor
Launch Crestron Toolbox
Make sure IP address is assigned to Control System Processor
Select SNMP configuration from Functions menu. Enable SNMP and reboot processor.
Add a new SNMP manager, enter IP address of SNMP manager and specify community string. For demonstration purposes we name the community string ‘connectrix’ with both read and write access. Make sure System Processor can reach the defined SNMP manager (i.e. ping test)
In front of you a 10 page double-sided report in hard copy you are asked to produce in PDF format under 5 minutes. Not an issue as you glanced at the auto document feeder of your multi-function printer. You casually walked towards the printer, loaded the document and just about to hit that “SCAN” button, your face turned white as you found the scanner has no double-side scanning function.
Introducing the new BinaryTaskforce blog running Binary Gala WordPress theme version 3.0.
We have decided to move the blogging platform and isolate it under its own subnet, thus we now have http://blog.binarytaskforce.com. A new WordPress installation along with our new version 3.0 theme roll out, new and isolated MySQL database. We are now setup for a brand new way of blogging.
Here are some new Internet listing for your bookmarking.
Carry on from our September p-DRP-0057 project blog, the scratch built transmitter unit holds various electronic components including Xbee, sensors and signal status LEDs. We will talk about the installation onto our model here.
This is what what we imagine the installation will look like, with LED see through from model windshield. The two LEDs show (i) Status of wireless data communications and (ii) Overall monitoring status.
As you may know already, we made the jump from Fedora last week.
After a weekend of Debian Linux manual reading and catch up, we completed out first Debian server in our lab. Here is our technical note for those who need to build a similar server in a rush. As all Systems and Network administrators will agree, ” The best plan is a well defined plan.” so start laying out what you need and create a check list. Preparation is king! (While you are reading this, you better off started your Debian distribution download.)