we have completed assembly of the front-door opening motor and it's ready to be
installed at the front door.
we need a qualified carpenter to install a 2x4 over the door and attach it to
the motor bracket in a way that people will see that it's safely installed.
if i do it, it will be safe but it might not look safe, and i'm not interested
in doing that. so if you are a carpenter and available to do this, please
coordinate with me and/or robb.
the magnetic stripe reader on the front door was acting up and we replaced it
with a new one of the same model. it seems to be working much better now.
please email access(a)lists.sudoroom.org if you notice any problems with the
front door access system.
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On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 2:22 PM, joseph liesner <blue393(a)lmi.net> wrote:
> I gave my key card to a merry group of thespians
> rehearsing in Our Disco Room. Could one of you
> authenticate the card I slid thricely at 9;29 am today, 2/14.
I don't understand. You gave them your old card and now you're making
a new card for yourself?
You'll need to swipe it again. It looks like somebody rebooted the
door computer and the error log was erased.
CC'ing access list
last night Lesley and I went to see what was wrong with the front door
computer, because it was not responding on the network. Unfortunately sudobot
did not alert us to the fact, but Lesley noticed.
anyway, perhaps related to the table setup in front of the cafe bench, the
loosely-hanging extension cord duct-taped to the outlet on the east wall, which
powers the network switch near the front door computer, may have come loose. I
plugged it back in but then looked at the beaglebone black and it was totally
dark, powered off, which i've seen before.
why would a beaglebone black turn itself off?
i unplugged the TWO usb cables going into the cylindrical USB power socket
(which takes 12V from the backup battery) and then plugged them back in. This
is necessary since the second USB cord powers the hub and the magnetic stripe
reader won't recognize properly if it's not power-cycled with the beaglebone.
after this everything worked, but i still have no idea why the beaglebone was
also i wish sudobot would tell us when it fails to connect to omnidoor!
On Wed, 15 Feb 2017, Yardena Cohen wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 2:22 PM, joseph liesner <blue393(a)lmi.net> wrote:
>> I gave my key card to a merry group of thespians
>> rehearsing in Our Disco Room. Could one of you
>> authenticate the card I slid thricely at 9;29 am today, 2/14.
> I don't understand. You gave them your old card and now you're making
> a new card for yourself?
> You'll need to swipe it again. It looks like somebody rebooted the
> door computer and the error log was erased.
> CC'ing access list
> access mailing list