This video explains in great detail how to solve the X10 communication problems. It also covers in great detail the CR134 and ...
Facil Automatizacion con la administracion y configuracion del software en Active Home Pro Utilizando Smart Macros.
X10 modules are cheap and everywhere, in order to integrate these modules into your DIY home automation system it is nice to ...
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... PC and will run automatically on its own. X10 Receiver Modules can be controlled, manually, from the software window of ActiveHome as long as the CM11A is connected to the PC.
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DomotiGa - X10Cmd - # 46
Heyu module was renamed to X10Cmd because it now also supports other command line X10 interfaces.
If you have a CM11 interface and want to control X10 modules you can simply use Heyu. You currently can only switch lamps and appliances on and off. As of version 0.1.189 you can enable heyu monitor, so X10 status changes will be feed back into [[DomotiGa]].
Compile and Install
$ mkdir -p ~/install $ cd ~/install $ wget http://heyu.tanj.com/download/heyu-2.8.0.tgz $ tar xzvf heyu-2.8.0.tgz $ cd heyu-2.8.0 $./Configure $ make $ sudo make install If this is your first install you will be asked where to store Heyu's config file, you can choose to store it globally in /etc/heyu I did not find a Heyu configuration file. Where would you like the sample Heyu configuration file installed? 1. In directory /home/ron/.heyu/ 2. In subdirectory.heyu/ under a different user home directory 3. In directory /etc/heyu (for system-wide access) 4. No thanks, I'll take care of it ...