[Noisebridge-discuss] Doorbell fixed, computer gate control and keypad need some love.
danny at spesh.com
Fri May 4 12:27:52 PDT 2012
On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 5:01 AM, Asheem Linaval <xormic at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
Doorbell issue now marked as fixed on the buglist at
http://nburl.net/bugs -- if people can pull together a description of
the keypad problems, add that to http://nburl.net/bugs and I/we will
start poking people to get it looked at.
Asheem, can you add what you did to http://nburl.net/changelog -- it
doesn't need to be much, just a short description about what was bust,
and what you did to fix it (including maybe a link to the parts,
maybe, and cost?)
> 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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