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re: Not-so-official Open Source Home Automation Thread - The Next
Right now, the "production" instance is running on the Win10 Dell. For posterity's sake, I'm also installing it on my Ubuntu Server and I'm running into a few small issues with dependencies. May have to revisit that later. The RPi install was a non-issue. They have an image ready-to-go that I ju...
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re: Not-so-official Open Source Home Automation Thread - The Next
Played around with some basic automation events using the blockly. Just scratching the surface. - triggered a light to turn on when door tripper is opened. - sent a notification to my phone when door was opened - set scenes with a variety of light settings I discovered a pretty useful funct...
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re: Not-so-official Open Source Home Automation Thread - The Next
From what I can tell, it will be able to connect and use some of the basic functions of the devices. To use the more advanced features, they make another stick that is fully gen5 compatible....
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re: Not-so-official Open Source Home Automation Thread - The Next
I wanted to go cheap because I'm just starting out so I went with the Aeon Labs USB stick ([link=(http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003MWQ30E)]LINK[/link]) - $35 Other Z-wave devices: 2-gig light switch/dimmer ([link=(http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00E1OVFAK)]LINK[/link]) - $30 Ecolink Door ...
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re: Not-so-official Open Source Home Automation Thread - The Next
The blockly is not the only option though it does make it easier for non-programmers to set up different events. It uses a scripting language called Lua which I had never heard of before Domoticz. After a cursory glance through the wiki and forums, the developers explain it very well and give quite ...
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re: Not-so-official Open Source Home Automation Thread - The Next
And here are my reviews of each: [b][u]OpenHAB[/u][/b] Clearly the most powerful of the list mainly due to the fact that it has been around longer than all but Misterhouse and a much larger developer community. Installing it on all of my machines was very straightforward and easy and I was up...
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Not-so-official Open Source Home Automation Thread - The Next
CAD’s Wink thread really piqued my interest in home automation but the headaches he’s been having has kinda led me away from using Wink or any other commercial HA hub. I’ve worked with computers for as long as I can remember and I’ve dabbled in a bit of programming so I decided to start looking aro...
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re: Recommend a tablet for my kids - The Next
Getting the fire kids for ours as well. Just checked and Amazon knocked $15 off of it. Ordering them now. Just too much too like about it. ...
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Apple Music vs Spotify - The Next
We got a bunch of gift cards for Christmas last year so we basically got Spotify this year for free. We've been using the hell out of it and we like it but don't love it. I'm considering a move to AM after our "free" period is up so I wanted to see what other people's experience has been with it a...
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re: PSA Lowes has 60w LED bulbs for 99 cents - The Next
Is that an in-store only deal? Not seeing anything on their website. Cheapest I see there is $1.50 per for the 40w eq....
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re: Have you guys ever complained about your food order at a restaurant? - The Next
Only time I did was at a well known BR restaraunt. Not really a high end place but good enough to not have this happen. Don't want to say the name because it's one of my favorite places to eat and this was an isolated incident. I ordered tuna and when it came out, the inside was literally still ...
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re: Internet options - working from home with VOIP Phone - The Next
With what you've shared I can almost garuntee that your Internet connection is your problem. Generally, we suggest to our customers to stay away from DSL if they plan on using VoIP in any significant manner. The asynchronous nature of DSL is kryptonite for call quality. Especially with only 1mb of u...
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re: Raspberry Pi Projects - The Next
I've done several over the years. The ones I've got the most use out of have been a HTPC running Kodi, I created a smartphone controlled garage door opener/monitor, and some smartphone controlled relays to turn on Christmas lights. Some other things I've dabled in was temperature monitors for each...
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re: Reliability of ATT vs Cox phones for business - The Next
To expand on the coax "problems", they are all relatively minor. Like someone else said, you are essentially sharing bandwidth with everyone else on the same Cox node. They've certainly improved the impact of other people on the node but you will notice a difference if someone else out there is slam...
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re: Reliability of ATT vs Cox phones for business - The Next
I deal with both ATT and Cox on a daily basis. If you are considering getting Cox's hosted phones, I would highly recommend NOT getting them. They basically pushed that product out because they had to compete with other hosted products and it's garbage. Also, none of the local techs even know how to...
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re: Has this team "peaked"? - The Next
It really is amazing how this board has almost conditioned the posters to automatically find the negative in someone's post. This is a special team this year and I agree that they can still get better. But other than the bulpen early and the starting pitching lately, the defense, hitting, and ...
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re: Has this team "peaked"? - The Next
On the contrary. I think this team has been playing at a very high level all year and are still getting better. they are a legit championship team and have been since the first pitch. I'm just enjoying the hell out of this year more than in the past for some reason. ...
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Has this team "peaked"? - The Next
You hear all the pundits and commentators talk about teams peaking at the right time to make a run late. But this team, to me at least, hasn't seemmed to do that. Rather, they seemed to hit their stride early in the season and have just ridden it all the way. Sure there were a few low spots during t...
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re: Plantar Fasciitis - The Next
I did the frozen water bottle massage, got socks with arch support, plus additional arch support insoles. That helped over time but believe it or not, once I started doing calf stretches, I was walking pain free in a few days. But I still had to continue the rest of the treatments. ...
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re: LSU outfielders arms - The Next
[quote]SC didn't hesitate to tag up and go home. [/quote] Because this is why we lost. It had nothing to do with our pitching. Or CPM leaving pitchers in too long. Or grounding into 2 double plays with the bases loaded. It was definitely the outfielders inability to throw out runners ...
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