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    Hi All,

    Downloaded PI but does not show in the list of PI.

    Below error shows in log.

    Suggestions please?


    Sep-05 8:18:54 PM Error Error, Creating plugin instance: HSPI_KINECT.exe->Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation.->Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.Kinect, Version=1.7.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=xxxxxxxxxxx' or one of its dependencies.

    Sep-05 8:18:44 PM Updater Install/Update of package Kinect was successful.
    Sep-05 8:18:44 PM Updater Warning File exists, not overwriting: \usr\local\HomeSeer\Config\Kinect.ini
    Sep-05 8:18:44 PM Updater Extraction Complete.
    Sep-05 8:18:44 PM Updater Extracting files from zip file: images.zip
    Sep-05 8:18:44 PM Updater Copying file: \usr\local\HomeSeer\HSPI_KINECT.exe.config
    Sep-05 8:18:44 PM Updater Copying file: \usr\local\HomeSeer\bin\Kinect\Kinect.Toolbox.dll
    Sep-05 8:18:44 PM Updater Copying file: \usr\local\HomeSeer\HSPI_KINECT.exe
    Sep-05 8:18:44 PM Updater Installing package Kinect
    Sep-05 8:18:44 PM Updater Update HSPI_KINECT.exe downloaded successfully
    Sep-05 8:18:43 PM Updater Downloading update: Kinect
    Sep-05 8:18:43 PM Updater Starting download of updates
    Steve

  • #2
    you need to install the Kinect SDK that you can find in the prerequisites section of the User Guide

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    • #3
      Originally posted by spud View Post
      you need to install the Kinect SDK that you can find in the prerequisites section of the User Guide
      Thanks. To confirm, I want to run PI on SEL (Linux) and Kinect on a windows 10 PC acting as client. I have installed drivers for windows on this PC.

      Is this possible or have I got it all wrong?
      Steve

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Stevieboy View Post
        Thanks. To confirm, I want to run PI on SEL (Linux) and Kinect on a windows 10 PC acting as client. I have installed drivers for windows on this PC.

        Is this possible or have I got it all wrong?
        In theory this is possible, in practice there is a few things that makes it difficult to setup:
        The way to do it is to run the plugin as a remote plugin on your windows PC (see the remote instances section at the end of the user guide)
        One of the problem is that for this to work well you need to run mono 4.x on your SEL, otherwise you will get some problems when you try to configure some kinect triggers for your events .
        Another difficulty is that as stated in the User Guide, to run a remote instance you need to install the plugin first on your SEL (without enabling it) so that HS3 doesn't complain about license issues for the remote instance. Let me know if you still get some error after that, I may have to give you a special version to be installed on your SEL that can be loaded without the Kinect drivers installed.

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        • #5
          Spud,

          Could you kindly send me version so I can install on Linux SEL please without error message? Keen to get this working.
          Steve

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          • #6
            Hi spud , any luck ?


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            Steve

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            • #7
              sorry I missed your post from september 10th, here it is.

              Install as explained in the Beta testing thread, or simply unzip the archive and copy HSPI_Kinect.exe in your HS3 folder.
              Attached Files

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              • #8
                Spud,

                Thanks

                Keep getting a syntax error when adding this

                cd to the directory, then type HSPI_KINECT.exe server<ip_of_your_hs_machine> instance=<instance_name> autoreconnect=<seconds_to_wait> console=<false|true>

                This is what I am trying to input

                HSPI_KINECT.exe server<192.168.X.X> instance=<kitchen> autoreconnect=<60> console=<true>

                Silly question but do I still keep the nags in the sentence?

                Not sure about this statement
                cd to the directory,

                I just open up the command prompt and it says

                C:\users\hayley>

                I then add the above to this, correct ?
                Steve

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Stevieboy View Post
                  Spud,

                  Thanks

                  Keep getting a syntax error when adding this

                  cd to the directory, then type HSPI_KINECT.exe server<ip_of_your_hs_machine> instance=<instance_name> autoreconnect=<seconds_to_wait> console=<false|true>

                  This is what I am trying to input

                  HSPI_KINECT.exe server<192.168.X.X> instance=<kitchen> autoreconnect=<60> console=<true>

                  Silly question but do I still keep the nags in the sentence?

                  Not sure about this statement
                  cd to the directory,

                  I just open up the command prompt and it says

                  C:\users\hayley>

                  I then add the above to this, correct ?
                  "cd" is a command that lets you navigate the file system, it means change directory. So for example if you put the kinect plugin files in C:\HS3Kinect, then type

                  Code:
                  cd C:\HS3Kinect
                  then the command to start the plugin should be

                  Code:
                  HSPI_KINECT.exe server=192.168.X.X instance=kitchen autoreconnect=60 console=true

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                  • #10
                    Spud, thanks . I just added files to the c directory, not in an actual folder. So I should just create a folder with this name and drop folders in there ?


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                    Steve

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Stevieboy View Post
                      Spud, thanks . I just added files to the c directory, not in an actual folder. So I should just create a folder with this name and drop folders in there ?


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                      as you want, you can move the files a folder, or type

                      Code:
                      cd C:\

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by spud View Post
                        as you want, you can move the files a folder, or type

                        Code:
                        cd C:\
                        Spud,

                        Thanks, getting following error.

                        Just noticed spelt reconnect wrong but still get error when its correct!
                        Attached Files
                        Steve

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                        • #13
                          in your screenshot HSPI_KINECT.exe appears as a notepad file in Windows explorer, that's weird. Could you try to download it again.
                          could you try to enter "dir" from the command line to list the files from the command window.

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                          • #14
                            Here we go. Also downloaded again to this file
                            Attached Files
                            Steve

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                            • #15
                              First it looks like you forgot to copy Scheduler.dll, but I think that's a different problem.

                              Do you still get the same error? Do you still see HSPI_KINECT.exe as notepad file in Windows explorer? What happens if you double click on it?

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