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  • RE: Alexa Skill in Italy

    Thanks @gauner. I've got the code updated. Would you mind translating this too for the listing in the directory?

    TRIGGERcmd is a cloud service that allows you to securely and remotely run commands on your computers.

    Your commands could install updates, reboot, run a script, or anything else you decide.

    • Login at www.triggercmd.com.
    • Download and install an agent on your computer. It will prompt for the token during the install.
    • Go to the Instructions page in your triggercmd.com account, and copy the token.
    • Paste the token from the Instructions page into your agent to log it in.
    • Your computer will now show up in your www.triggercmd.com account.
    • Click Edit and add a voice trigger to your computer.
    • Add the TRIGGERcmd skill in your Alexa app.
    • Link your Alexa account to your TRIGGERcmd.com account.
    • Say: Alexa, open TRIGGERcmd.
    • Say: run Calculator on Office (use your own computer's voice trigger instead of "Office")
    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: Triggers running but command not executing

    @xtropy, will you please trying this as your command?

    touch /test/foo
    

    When I ran your command manually, it created a foo file in my current directory, and a /test file in my / directory. I don't think that's the result you're looking for.

    When I created a /test fodler, then ran touch /test/foo via TRIGGERcmd it worked - it created a foo file in /test.

    Also I think you're aware of this already, but just in case - remember the daemon adds and runs background commands, and when you triggercmdagent interactively, it will run foreground commands.

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: Android App: Error: disallowed_useragent Google can't sign you in safely inside this app

    @hansen-w, good, I'm glad you figured it out. Some day I might write a proper Android app, but for now the app just loads the login page from the website, which causes a problem with Google authentication.

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: Can we customize the triggerCmd word?

    @daveola, no, that's the name of the Google Assistant action or Alexa skill.

    You could use the alternative called "Trigger Command" instead.

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: Where is the TRIGGERcmd Command Editor?

    @daveola, I think I'm due for an update to that Youtube video. I'll make sure it's more prominent in the new recording.

    The desktop icon the agent installs on the desktop just runs that tray icon, so that doesn't help much.

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: Where is the TRIGGERcmd Command Editor?

    @daveola, you should see a new icon in your "tray" the lower right corner of your screen, near the clock. You might have to click the up arrow to see all of your tray icons.

    When you right-click that icon you'll see a menu pop up like this:

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    posted in General Discussion
  • Google Assistant bug fixed

    I saw failure entries in the log like this:

    Gassistant: Could not find a trigger called X on Y on Y, sorry.
    

    Google started sending the " on Y" part of the sentence in the trigger field. I added code to parse that out.

    Sorry about the issue for anyone who experienced it.

    If you ever see problems with TRIGGERcmd, or just have suggestions for improvement, please tell me.

    posted in Announcements
  • RE: Alexa Skill in Italy

    @sulisenator, I'm ready to do the Italian language versions of the Alexa skill and Google Assistant action.

    Would you mind translating the text to the right of the = sign to Italian for me?

          cardtitle = "TRIGGERcmd";
          greeting = "Say something like, run Calculator on Office PC.";
          cardgreeting = greeting;
          helpspeech = "When you install a trigger c m d agent on a computer, it will show up in your account at trigger c m d dot com.  Click that computer's edit button to add a voice trigger.  Then you can have alexa run any commands that have voice triggers on that computer by saying, run X on Y, where X is the command's voice trigger, and Y is the computer's voice trigger.  Go to trigger c m d dot com for more instructions.  What do you want to do now?  Say stop if you're done.";
          helptext = "When you install a TRIGGERcmd agent on a computer, it will show up in your account at triggercmd.com.  Click that computer's Edit button to add a voice trigger.  Then you can have Alexa run any commands that have voice triggers on that computer by saying, run X on Y, where X is the command's voice trigger, and Y is the computer's voice trigger.  What do you want to do now?";
          goodbye = "Good-bye";
          pleaselink = "Please go to your Alexa app and link your account.";
          redohelp = "Say something like, run Notepad on Family PC.  You can also say Help.  Say Stop if you're done.";
          nocomputercalledprefix = "Could not find a computer with voice word ";
          tryagain = ", try again, or say Stop if you're done.";
          notriggercalledprefix = "Could not find a command with voice word ";
          onword = " on ";
          triggering = "Triggering ";
          cardtriggering = triggering;
          doesnotallowparams = " does not allow parameters.";
          withparameter = " with parameter ";
          waitaminute = "Wait a minute, or subscribe so you don't have to.";
          launched = "Launched";
          nodefaultspeech = "You haven't set a default computer in your trigger C M D profile yet.";
    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: Raspberry Pi setup

    @erin-leiker, please give this a try:

    1. Run this as your pi user to allow root to send stuff to your pi user's Xwindows:
    xhost si:localuser:root
    
    1. Install the background service as root with:
    /usr/share/triggercmdagent/app/src/installdaemon.sh
    
    1. Make sure this variable is set when your command runs as root in the context of your triggercmdagent:
    export DISPLAY=:0.0
    

    Your agent will be running in background mode, so the commands need "ground": "background" to run that way.

    I suggest testing with galculator. It's an xwindows calculator app.

    posted in Instructions
  • RE: Suddenly stopped working on Google home.

    @atmosphere, wow, I'm glad that was it because I had no idea what I could do about that.

    posted in General Discussion

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