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A project log for Home automation using RF mesh network and arduino

Creating home automation sensors and controllers that can be used around the house forming a mesh network for communication

LewisLewis 06/08/2015 at 13:413 Comments

I have just setup my Raspberry Pi 2 to run everything I need for my home automation project. I have set it up running:

The Pi is connected to:

The Pi is running well and consuming much less power than the computer it has replaced with the added benefit of battery backup. Kodi is running on the HDMI output of the Pi and I access it through SSH.

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Janne Liukkonen wrote 06/22/2015 at 20:51 point

Thanks. I'll come now and then here to check for any updates. Nice projects, by the way. But do not feel obligated to install openHAB if you do not desire it anymore. Cheers!  

EDIT: I actually got it working. It needed extra java arguments; JAVA ARGS "-Djava.security.egd=/dev/random". 

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Lewis wrote 06/22/2015 at 12:13 point

I currently just have Xbian and open remote on my pi before I had to pack it away to move house. I will have a go at installing openHAB when I have moved and post my results and guide if I get it to work. 

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Janne Liukkonen wrote 06/21/2015 at 18:06 point

Hi, 

I am having same kind of project as you do. Xbian + tvheadend + openhab (wifi-lights). Did you get openhab-runtime work with xbian?

I am having troubles starting it. It seems that the problem lies within eclipse. I have tried googling for two days already. Maybe you could help? How did you install it? Did you compile it or just downloaded the zips?

Br

Janne

liukkjan@gmail.com

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