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    10/6/2010 11:43:45 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  Pioneer AVR system state refresh in progress. This may take a few minutes. 
    10/6/2010 11:43:51 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?BP'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:43:55 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?BP'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:43:59 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?ZT'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:03 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?ZT'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:07 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?YV'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:11 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?YV'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:15 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?Z3M'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:19 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?Z3M'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:23 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?EX'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:27 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?EX'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:32 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?HO'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:36 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  No response/improper response from Pioneer AVR to command '?HO'. Your Pioneer AVR may not support this feature. 
    10/6/2010 11:44:38 AM  UltraPioneerAVR Warning  Pioneer AVR system state refresh complete.
    Ok, so at 11:43 AM the Pioneer AVR was turned on. PI detected telnet was available and began interrogating for available options.

    I looked at the latest released version to make these messages go away, but short of looking up all the individual command strings for the attribute to disable, there isn't a A->B way of looking at the logs to disable features which are unavailable on the device.

    While you're polling for devices, right when you write the error log, how about toggling the option to "troubled" state. If it was in a "troubled" state, mark it as disabled and don't poll for it again.

    This can of course be unchecked in the configuration, but it would allow the PI to auto-adapt to each receiver after two power cycles.

    For now, I'll just keep looking at those error messages in my log and dream of an update.
    huggy_d1

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  • #2
    The underlying code is in place to do that... but I have not enabled it. In the mean time, you can quickly identify which options your receiver supports by powering on your receiver, then going to UltraPioneerAVR > AVR Devices and un-checking the "Feature Enabled" checkbox next to any feature that did not return a value.

    Regards,
    Ultrajones
    Plug-ins: UltraMon, UltraM1G, UltraCID, Ultra1Wire, UltraLog, UltraWeatherBug, UltraPioneerAVR, UltraGCIR

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    • #3
      Okay. The video devices screen feature checkboxes all toggle together so it's all or nothing. I don't remember which others were like that but think it was a few of the sub menu feature boxes.
      huggy_d1

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      • #4
        The video and audio information devices toggle together because they are a group. Your receiver supports both, so leave them checked.

        Regards,
        Ultrajones
        Plug-ins: UltraMon, UltraM1G, UltraCID, Ultra1Wire, UltraLog, UltraWeatherBug, UltraPioneerAVR, UltraGCIR

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