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by sjoerd1953
Sunday 16 July 2017 20:25
Forum: Android
Topic: Geofence for Domoticz
Replies: 300
Views: 42399

Re: Geofence for Domoticz

OK, thanks.
by sjoerd1953
Tuesday 11 July 2017 7:17
Forum: Android
Topic: Geofence for Domoticz
Replies: 300
Views: 42399

Re: Geofence for Domoticz

I have a question about the server address that is required in the DomoFence app. It may have been asked before, it is a long thread. If it has I apologize beforehand. At first I entered the private IP address of my Raspberry Pi (192.168.xxx.xxx:8080) and that seemed to work fine until I left my hom...
by sjoerd1953
Friday 30 June 2017 12:11
Forum: Suggestions
Topic: [667] Ability to execute script:/// from Blocky
Replies: 17
Views: 3336

Re: [667] Ability to execute script:/// from Blocky

Works great with me. Thanks a lot for this improvement. A few notes: When Domoticz is running on a Raspberry Pi and you place the bash script in a seperate folder (e.g. /home/pi/domoticz/scripts/bash) then, next to making the script executable with CHMOD 755 you also have to add the folder to your $...
by sjoerd1953
Friday 30 June 2017 10:59
Forum: Compatibility
Topic: 868mhz tranceiver
Replies: 0
Views: 384

868mhz tranceiver

I have two door sensors and two movement detectors from an old home safety system (Essent) and they all operate on the 868mhz frequency band. I have tried to find a not too expensive tranciever on internet but I always end up on the AliExpress or Bangood sites. Is there anyone with experience with t...
by sjoerd1953
Wednesday 28 June 2017 8:21
Forum: Bash / PowerShell / Batch etc.
Topic: Can someone please help explain why this script won't run in Domoticz?
Replies: 23
Views: 2378

Re: Can someone please help explain why this script won't run in Domoticz?

I suppose you have made the script executable ( chmod 755 scriptname ) but did you add the directory where it is located to your $PATH? First check this in a terminal with: echo $PATH When your directory is not listed execute this command in the terminal: sudo export PATH=$PATH: directory name (use ...