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iolaus

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Onkyo driver unknown source ID
« on: October 20, 2011, 11:20:12 pm »
Getting the following two warnings on the Onkyo driver for my Integra DTC-9.8 after upgrading to 1.1.0.75:

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Date:     10/21/2011
Time:     1:16:14 AM
Severity: Warning
Source:   DriverService
Computer: AUTOMATION
Context Type: Driver
Context Name: Onkyo/Integra Receiver : Integra DTC 9.8
Description:
Onkyo Receiver Driver received param: -F

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Date:     10/21/2011
Time:     1:16:20 AM
Severity: Warning
Source:   DriverService
Computer: AUTOMATION
Context Type: Driver
Context Name: Onkyo/Integra Receiver : Integra DTC 9.8
Description:
The Onknyo/Integra AV receiver reported an unknown source id: '80'. Please report this so that the driver can be updated.

Thanks!

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Re: Onkyo driver unknown source ID
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2011, 08:10:04 am »
The protocol documentation indicates this for "80": "sets SOURCE"... unfortunately I don't know what that means since the others are like:

"00" = VIDEO1
"01" = VIDEO2

So I don't understand what the documentaiton means when it says "80" = SOURCE

I assume there isn't a source named "source"?

Any ideas?
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Re: Onkyo driver unknown source ID
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2011, 08:22:34 am »
Also it looks like the "Onkyo Receiver Driver received param: -F" warning message is a mistake... you can ignore it. I will clean that up.
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Re: Onkyo driver unknown source ID
« Reply #3 on: October 21, 2011, 09:26:41 am »
The protocol documentation indicates this for "80": "sets SOURCE"... unfortunately I don't know what that means since the others are like:

"00" = VIDEO1
"01" = VIDEO2

So I don't understand what the documentaiton means when it says "80" = SOURCE

I assume there isn't a source named "source"?

Any ideas?

I dug up some documentation for ISCP and the place I saw the "80 set SOURCE" was under the "RECOUT select command" section. 
I'm wondering if 80 is a special command for setting RECOUT source to the currently selected SOURCE.

Also, in the documentation I found it comes right after "7F set OFF".  Maybe 80 is just used to turn on RECOUT on without specifying a source (turn on but leave on previous source).

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Re: Onkyo driver unknown source ID
« Reply #4 on: October 21, 2011, 05:34:15 pm »
I added the "SOURCE" source to the driver.

If you happen to figure out what it is really for I'll update the source name to something more meaningful.

A new build has been posted in the beta thread.
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Re: Onkyo driver unknown source ID
« Reply #5 on: October 23, 2011, 01:17:23 am »
I added the "SOURCE" source to the driver.

If you happen to figure out what it is really for I'll update the source name to something more meaningful.

A new build has been posted in the beta thread.

Thanks John,

That seems to have fixed the issue.  Apparently Zone2 & Zone3 on my DTC-9.8 are set to SOURCE.  I haven't ever used the extra 2 zones so I'm still not sure what it means.


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Onkyo driver unknown source ID
« Reply #6 on: October 23, 2011, 09:12:02 am »
Does the receiver display show the source as "source"?

I wonder if it could mean that it stays in sync with zone 1... Just brainstorming.
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