Help with XBMC integration

Posted on
Tue Mar 01, 2016 2:03 pm
tenallero offline
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Joined: Oct 31, 2011
Location: Barcelona

Re: Help with XBMC integration

jens wrote:
Thanks for the perfect declarations Tenallero,
:D
Now the next question,
Where in the code I put "service.indigo" mapen ?? and how can I find what I'm going to set in Kodi ?,
Kodi is running and I have connected it to my server, can now watch movies, etc.

//Jens


Sorry
Maybe I don´t understand well your question.

Have you follow the plugin wiki?
https://github.com/tenallero/Indigo-XBMC/wiki

Have you installed service.indigo.zip in your system?

I you have problems storing the zip file into the openelec filesystem
you can ssh login inside raspberrypi and use wget to download the file.

- You must enable ssh server in your openelec inside Kodi settings
- Open terminal in your Mac.
- Then input these commands.
ssh root@<raspberrypi-ipadress> (password = openelec)
(if login success then you are now inside your raspberry pi)

cd downloads
wget https://github.com/tenallero/Indigo-XBM ... indigo.zip
ls -la (you must see a file with name service.indigo.zip)
exit

Now, goto Kodi and install the add-on from zip file ... You will find the zip file on "downloads" folder.
And follow wiki instructions

Other ideas:
copy the zip file in a usb memory stick (fat32 formated), plug in to the raspberry pi

Other idea:
You will be able to see your raspberry pi using your Mac Finder. Use "Connect as" to connect as "root@openelec"
Using drag&drop transfer the zip file from Mac to RaspberryPI

Good luck
Ramon

Posted on
Sun Mar 06, 2016 2:12 pm
tenallero offline
Posts: 94
Joined: Oct 31, 2011
Location: Barcelona

Re: Help with XBMC integration

tenallero wrote:
jens wrote:
Thanks for the perfect declarations Tenallero,
:D
Now the next question,
Where in the code I put "service.indigo" mapen ?? and how can I find what I'm going to set in Kodi ?,
Kodi is running and I have connected it to my server, can now watch movies, etc.

//Jens


Sorry
Maybe I don´t understand well your question.

Have you follow the plugin wiki?
https://github.com/tenallero/Indigo-XBMC/wiki

Have you installed service.indigo.zip in your system?

I you have problems storing the zip file into the openelec filesystem
you can ssh login inside raspberrypi and use wget to download the file.

- You must enable ssh server in your openelec inside Kodi settings
- Open terminal in your Mac.
- Then input these commands.
ssh root@<raspberrypi-ipadress> (password = openelec)
(if login success then you are now inside your raspberry pi)

cd downloads
wget https://github.com/tenallero/Indigo-XBM ... indigo.zip
ls -la (you must see a file with name service.indigo.zip)
exit

Now, goto Kodi and install the add-on from zip file ... You will find the zip file on "downloads" folder.
And follow wiki instructions

Other ideas:
copy the zip file in a usb memory stick (fat32 formated), plug in to the raspberry pi

Other idea:
You will be able to see your raspberry pi using your Mac Finder. Use "Connect as" to connect as "root@openelec"
Using drag&drop transfer the zip file from Mac to RaspberryPI

Good luck
Ramon



Hi Jens,

Did you installed the service.indigo.zip inside your Raspberry?
I am trying to upload the Indigo service to the Kodi official repository.
So, you only will need to browse the repository inside Kodi, instead to install from .zip file
If, finally, I have an approval for my code, I will notify the forum

Posted on
Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:04 pm
jens offline
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Joined: May 03, 2015
Location: Sweden

Re: Help with XBMC integration

It saying something is wrong with the file? //jens


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Posted on
Sun Mar 06, 2016 3:29 pm
tenallero offline
Posts: 94
Joined: Oct 31, 2011
Location: Barcelona

Re: Help with XBMC integration

jens wrote:
It saying something is wrong with the file? //jens


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Maybe, you can try with the new release I have submitted to Kodi repository
https://github.com/tenallero/Indigo-XBM ... indigo.zip

Posted on
Thu Jan 05, 2017 2:22 am
docp offline
Posts: 10
Joined: Dec 31, 2016

Re: Help with XBMC integration

Hello

Thanks for your hard work with this plugin - I currently use the Plex plugin for play pause states triggering the lights to turn off / come on. Is a similar functionality available with your plugin? I am thinking of getting an android media box that runs kodi (v17 I think). However it uses an wrapper to run its own media player so HD audio works (it is the himedia q5) .

Do you know if your plugin would work with the above ?

Thanks!

Posted on
Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:15 pm
ckeyes888 offline
Posts: 2276
Joined: Nov 26, 2009
Location: Kalispell, MT

Re: Help with XBMC integration

Is this XMBC plugin still viable? I'm about to move from 10.7 to 10.8 to use Kodi
hoping for a decent replacement for Front Row.

Curious if it's possible to choose the media to play? I've checked out the commands that are available in it
but none seem to be reference choosing media....just vol, mute, stop, start etc.

Thanks,

Carl

Posted on
Fri Feb 26, 2021 2:51 am
Rjay offline
Posts: 41
Joined: Feb 12, 2019

Re: Help with XBMC integration

hey all, I assume this plugin is now really dead with the advent of Kodi v19 (think all plugins need to be Python v3)? Was working in v18 prior with a few tweaks

Do you think there is interest in the Community to get this or another up and running? As I use Kodi for all media endpoints in the house (single interface for all local media and streaming media such as Kayo, Stan etc) its actually a really useful plugin as you could send notifications to end points that appear as OSD pop ups such as "Dishwasher / Washing Cycle Complete" etc as well as control the end point automatically

cheers

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