[Noisebridge-discuss] Doorbell fixed, computer gate control and keypad need some love.
xormic at gmail.com
Fri May 4 02:01:10 PDT 2012
None of the wiring I touched is actually responsible for triggering the
gate, so I'm reasonably sure the problem isn't there (I could be wrong).
The keypad malfunction and the gate sticking started roughly at the same
time, so that's a link that's worth investigating
Someone who knows what they're doing will have to restart the payphone
daemon; I personally wouldn't know where to start... once that happens, if
the problem persists, we can start isolating the node that is causing
On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 12:10 AM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:
> Are you sure that the gate buzzer is not being kept buzzed by the doorbell
> system, which you just worked on?
> The two ways the buzzer can be activated are the doorbell system (the DOOR
> button by the top of the stairs), and the computer called minotaur.
> If the payphone does not make any sounds other than short beeps when keys
> are pressed, it is an indication that the computer's keypad server is not
> running properly. It should send the payphone the command for a longer
> beep or buzz after a wrong code or a timeout on an incomplete code.
> However, you did just work with the wires for the doorbell/buzzer system.
> So I am not betting on which system is causing the buzzer to be stuck.
> But it should be easy to restart the computer daemon that runs the
> Asheem Linaval wrote:
> Buzzer buttons have been reinstalled, and the doorbell functions normally.
> Unrelated, but noticed in the course of testing:
> - It appears that the computer gate control is failing in such a way
> that the gate gets stuck open/buzzing (bizarrely, pressing a doorbell
> button seems to stop it).
> - Keypad is malfunctioning. Unsure what to make of this. It beeps on
> keypress, but not much else.
> That's all.
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