Discussion in 'Hyperion General' started by RaPiiDe, 30 November 2019.
Please find it attached...
Sorry , it doesn't work with the new file.
I switched the TV off , but the LEDs leaves on with rainbow colours.
Well...what can I say, it works here.
@sand04 Do the LEDs turn off/-on, when you disable/enable them via the "Remote Control" in the Hyperion-UI?
When I press on or off on the Hyperion app, only the message clear appears, but the LEDs stay on
or what do you mean
@sand04 Just that we are on the same Page... With Hyperion App are you referred to a mobile App or Hyperion‘s Web UI?
You need to use the UI.
If this does not work, please provide details about your installation
Plus a log in debug mode
suggest you enable the debug log,
Then disable the led-device and enable it again via the remote-control page
Then share the log output.
i am an absolute rooki ,mean you this Web Ui
Are you running hyperion classic or Hyperion NG?
All comments are in relation to Hyperion NG. Classic is not supported any longer.
Looking at the screenshot, it looks like it is the old hyperion...
@NeeeeB Unfortunately, it looks like that...
Just wanted to be on the save side.
@sand04 To be clear, the features I am talking about are only available in Hyperion NG.
can i just do an update ? if ow does that work and all settings remain available
No you can not just do an update.
You have to start from scratch.
But Hyperion.NG is much much more user friendly to configure thanks to the Web-UI.
First question is : where is your Hyperion currently installed ? on a Pi ?
Does the Pi only runs Hyperion or is there anything else running on it ?
it was a complete system from insanelight , with raspberrypi3 , leds and and .......
currently i only use it for ambilight , but maybe other projects should be installed
Well I can see from a post on the previous page that your Pi is running Raspbian Jessie.
I can't be of any help with this because I'm not versed at all into Linux...
Maybe @Lord-Grey could help you to switch to Hyperion.NG ?
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