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    I posted questions on 9/18 that you missed.
    Could you address please.

    -walt

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    Quote Originally Posted by waltersaegir View Post
    Back after Medical Break and revisiting XML HTTP interface.

    I am getting the XML into AJAX/Java Script through HTML served by an Apache server software, but only in Internet Explorer. Both Chrome and Firefox are achieve readyState === 4, but never achive status === 200.
    So, I'm looking at Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/142/tn_14213.html and doing a little thrashing/testing.

    Three questions:
    1.) Will FuseGL's HTTP capabilities support serving web pages or is it limited to the XML data over port 42422?
    2.) Is CORS support implemented in FuseGL's HTTP capabilities?
    3.) Especially in case that CORS is not currently implemented, do you have and thoughts related to Chrome and Firefox failing to achieve status === 200? I have implemented a very promiscuous crossdomain,xml file.
    1) Currently no, potentially in the future. However it will more than likely be like it was in MDX where it sends the update status to the Fusion server, and from there multiple devices get the same synchronous information and can control things synchronously. This is the way MDX worked and it allowed many devices on whatever network (like a cell phone over tower data) to control the light connected to your home network with no server that you had to manage.

    2) Honestly never heard of CORS. Generally what I do for local content to be global is I run PHP on the local machine that CURLs to an external address. Implementing the online server in #1 would get this to work as long as there was internet connectivity obviously. But if you are doing cross-domain calls, I assume your network is internet connected? What sort of latency is acceptable to you? If you say "go on" it might take a couple hundred milliseconds for everything to sync. Is that OK?

    3) I use FireFox in my testing and was able to get a full XML file back. I am not sure why they wont go to 200. However readystate of 4 is all good, you are free to use the data because it is complete. Or officially: "The response is complete; you can get the server's response and use it." What status are you getting? Are you getting a 4xx response, or just no response?
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    Quote Originally Posted by waltersaegir View Post
    Nick-

    I posted questions on 9/18 that you missed.
    Could you address please.

    -walt
    If i don't answer right away, feel free to nag! I don't try to ignore, I do just sometimes miss things. Sorry for the delay.
    Fusion Brain Version 6 Released!
    1.9in x 2.9in -- 47mm x 73mm
    30 Digital Outputs -- Directly drive a relay
    15 Analogue Inputs -- Read sensors like temperature, light, distance, acceleration, and more
    Buy now in the MP3Car.com Store

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    Nick-

    Thanks for the good (and very prompt) response.
    Sorry about not-nagging.

    I just configured the web server for reverse-proxy and go the result successfully from the web server and using Chrome.

    Now going to change some coding and I expect that to work also.
    Not sure what the latency might look like, but we'll see after more progress.
    Might take more time than I think to do this. Have some pressing issues.
    FORWARD!!
    -walt

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    Sorry if this has already been answered but I don't have time to page search at the moment.
    I'm new to FB, and linux programming in general, and just recieved mine about a week or two ago, and after a few days of trial and error I finaly got Ubuntu 12.04 to talk to the output side of the FB. I was able to do this with Fusion Brain Version 6 -- Beta Testing, with a little mod to get it working. My question is has anybody gotten a daemon to work with the v6? Something similar to http://www.mp3car.com/fusion-brain/1...for-linux.html.

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    The only one done for linux was for v4. It was done using dbus.



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    Quote Originally Posted by nasa View Post
    The only one done for linux was for v4. It was done using dbus.
    I tried that on my labtop but it crashes. The version that tripzero did, Fusion Brain program for Linux, I was able to compile correctly and it runs with the fb but it doesn't talk to the fb and just outputs
    Code:
    Notebook-PC:~$ dbus-send --system --print-reply --dest="org.openice.fbd" /org/openice/fbd org.openice.fbd.fusionbrain.SetSingleOutput int32:1 boolean:true
    
    method return sender=:1.194 -> dest=:1.195 reply_serial=2

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    control LCD brightness Fusion Brain

    how to connect Photosensor to Fusion Brain 6 for
    control LCD brightness
    thanks

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