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<table width="100%"> <tr><td bgcolor="#FFCFCF">This page was written by Pluto and imported with their permission when LinuxMCE branched off in February, 2007.  In general any information should apply to LinuxMCE.  However, this page should be edited to reflect changes to LinuxMCE and remove old references to Pluto.</td></tr> </table><p>Different devices may report their status differently, and many devices do not report the status at all.  So it is normal if you devices listed here with no status.  If a device does report its status, such as security sensors do, then you will be able to see the status and state for each of those devices here.  You can also see the IP and Mac Addresses for all IP-based devices.</p>
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<p>Different devices may report their status differently, and many devices do not report the status at all.  So it is normal if your devices listed here have no status.  If a device does report its status, such as security sensors do, then you will be able to see the status and state for each of those devices here.  You can also see the IP and Mac Addresses for all IP-based devices.</p>
 
<p>Generally the status and state are human-readable and it should be self-explanatory what they mean.</p>
 
<p>Generally the status and state are human-readable and it should be self-explanatory what they mean.</p>
 

Revision as of 13:08, 16 March 2007

Different devices may report their status differently, and many devices do not report the status at all. So it is normal if your devices listed here have no status. If a device does report its status, such as security sensors do, then you will be able to see the status and state for each of those devices here. You can also see the IP and Mac Addresses for all IP-based devices.

Generally the status and state are human-readable and it should be self-explanatory what they mean.