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 on: June 29, 2019, 06:46:49 AM 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by Tuicemen
No this is to make setup of HG devices simple in HA-Bridge. It discovers all switches and dimmers in HG and allows you to add and rename the device for Alexa. Since the echo bridge interface doesn't work if HG security is setup (at least not currently for me) this allows a more secured HG setup to be used with Alexa. You don't have to worry about calls to HG as the scripts are auto created now.

 42 
 on: June 29, 2019, 02:24:36 AM 
Started by Tuicemen - Last post by soxfan1966
Is this so you can see / edit devices for HA bridge on the embedded interface in HG?

 43 
 on: June 28, 2019, 04:35:35 PM 
Started by brobin - Last post by petera
I received this email from The Pi Hut this morning:

"Good News! The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is back in stock here at The Pi Hut.
Available (at the time of writing!) in 1GB, 2GB & 4GB!
Be quick, stock is selling FAST!"

No hurry. Still not booting from USB or PXE so no panic buy needed. PXE will be given priority so looks like it will be a while before a solution to the USB boot will be released.

 44 
 on: June 28, 2019, 12:32:41 PM 
Started by brobin - Last post by brobin
I received this email from The Pi Hut this morning:

"Good News! The Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is back in stock here at The Pi Hut.
Available (at the time of writing!) in 1GB, 2GB & 4GB!
Be quick, stock is selling FAST!"

 45 
 on: June 28, 2019, 12:27:11 PM 
Started by Ronr43 - Last post by brobin
I don't have a WM100 and I'm not familiar with how it works with the X10 servers but, FWIW, I'd call X10 support and tell them you've replaced your cable modem and or router and ask them to reset your account to enable a fresh registration.  I know that some companies lock the device to a specific configuration that can only be reset by calling in and requesting it.  I had a hub that I set up for testing at my other place when I first got it and then when I plugged it in here I had to contact them for a reset at their end.  When you changed modems you essentially "moved" and that may be the issue.  The timers still worked because I believe they're stored locally in the device.

 46 
 on: June 28, 2019, 08:22:17 AM 
Started by Ronr43 - Last post by berrin
I have the same problem. Have had my WM100 for a year and a half. Recently had to get a new internet modem and after that the timers worked but I could not send commands from my iPhone or iPad. Synched both devices, no luck. After experimenting with several possible solutions, decided to do a hard reset on the WM100 and app. Did that, set everything up again, and now no timers and no ability to send commands. When I sync or send a command, the blue LED on the WM100 blinks as though it is receiving data but the timers and manual commands do not work.

Any suggestions?

 47 
 on: June 28, 2019, 06:50:32 AM 
Started by brobin - Last post by Tuicemen
Awsome, I think I have a USB SSD drive addaptor laying arround. Not sure which pi I'll have a chance to add Buster to yet but it my be better to load my 3B+ with it first.

My old Asus Eee Box has a SSD drive and is vert fast running HG.
Its specs are less then the Pi 4B with 3 gigs mem so the 4B is looking like a winner. The 4gig version is currently out of stock where I've looked too.

 48 
 on: June 28, 2019, 06:38:59 AM 
Started by brobin - Last post by petera
Does using an SSD prevent a sudden power failure from damaging the image?  If the drive is nice with its write policies I would think it could be much more stable than the fragile SD cards.

Just pulled the power on the Pi while it was running HG. Reconnected and rebooted fine.

The SD card is fine low intensity read/write operations but the SSD device is the way forward for logging applications.

Interestingly, the Pi4 will not currently boot from a USB mass storage device but changes to the firmware/kernel is underway so it should be available shortly. The Pi4 4gb was out of stock so glad I didn't take the 2gb option. Should be back in stock by the time the boot issue is resolved.

 49 
 on: June 27, 2019, 03:28:35 PM 
Started by brobin - Last post by petera
Does using an SSD prevent a sudden power failure from damaging the image?  If the drive is nice with its write policies I would think it could be much more stable than the fragile SD cards.

Good question. I must run a test to see.

The overall feel on SSD is a much smoother experience. Read/writes feel smoother too. Id definitely recommend it for anyone running a logging system.

 50 
 on: June 27, 2019, 02:20:51 PM 
Started by brobin - Last post by bkenobi
Does using an SSD prevent a sudden power failure from damaging the image?  If the drive is nice with its write policies I would think it could be much more stable than the fragile SD cards.

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