Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by thorbj » Tuesday 01 November 2016 15:29

Thanks, I managed to install the script and alter the bulb using the commands in Shell. But when I add the commands on the switch, and press the switch, nothing happens.

I have the following code:

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script:///usr/local/bin/ol --hub 10.10.10.111 --on="A60RGBW 01"

script:///usr/local/bin/ol --hub 10.10.10.111 --off="A60RGBW 01"
It's exactly like your, except from the IP and bulb name.
This code (ol - -hub... etc.) works in Shell, but not when issued from a switch in Domoticz.

What am I missing?

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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by fergalom » Tuesday 01 November 2016 15:37

did you try "/usr/local/bin/ol --hub 10.10.10.111 --on="A60RGBW 01"" in the shell?
Maybe ol is not in /usr/local/bin?
Try "whereis ol" from the shell

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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by thorbj » Tuesday 01 November 2016 15:49

/usr/local/bin/ol --hub 10.10.10.111 --on="A60RGBW 01" don't work from Shell, only ol --hub 10.10.10.111 --on="A60RGBW 01". When I try whereis ol, i get

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ol:
That's all.
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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by fergalom » Tuesday 01 November 2016 15:57

what directory are you in running ol --hub 10.10.10.111 --on="A60RGBW 01" ?
you might need to change the path to where ol is.
Sounds like its probably:

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[email protected] ~/Device-Osram-Lightify/bin $ ls
ol

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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by thorbj » Tuesday 01 November 2016 16:24

I found ol here:

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~/.cpan/build/Devices_Osram_Lightify-0.6-iXykqV/bin/ol
But running

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~/.cpan/build/Devices_Osram_Lightify-0.6-iXykqV/bin/ol --hub 10.10.10.111 --off="A60RGBW 01"    
from Shell don't work. No such file or directory.
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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by thorbj » Tuesday 01 November 2016 17:49

I removed the cpan module and cloned via Git. But I can't make install.

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 [email protected] ~ $ cd Device-Osram-Lightify/
[email protected] ~/Device-Osram-Lightify $ ls
bin        examples  LICENSE      MANIFEST   t
ChangeLog  lib       Makefile.PL  README.md
[email protected] ~/Device-Osram-Lightify $ make
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
[email protected] ~/Device-Osram-Lightify $  
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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by fergalom » Tuesday 01 November 2016 18:28

ah ok, you've jogged my memory

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perl Makefile.PL
make
sudo make install
Also I modified ol in bin/ol to include brightness:

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#!/usr/bin/perl


# Sample Usage:
#
#   ol --hub=192.168.10.11 --name=hall --sleep=10
#
use strict;
use warnings;

use Device::Osram::Lightify::Hub;

use Getopt::Long;
use Pod::Usage;


#
#  The configuration variables
#
my %CONFIG;

#
#  Parse the command-line
#
exit
  unless (
           Getopt::Long::GetOptions( "all-off", \$CONFIG{ 'all-off' },
                                     "all-on",  \$CONFIG{ 'all-on' },
                                     "help",    \$CONFIG{ 'help' },
                                     "hub=s",   \$CONFIG{ 'hub' },
                                     "list",    \$CONFIG{ 'list' },
                                     "off=s",   \$CONFIG{ 'off' },
                                     "on=s",    \$CONFIG{ 'on' },
                                                                         "fade_on_name=s",  \$CONFIG{ 'fade_on_name' },
                                                                         "sleep=s", \$CONFIG{ 'sleep' },
                                                                         "brightness=s", \$CONFIG{ 'brightness' },
                                                                         "name=s",  \$CONFIG{ 'name' },
                                   ) );

#
# Connect to the hub
#
my $hub = Device::Osram::Lightify::Hub->new( host => $CONFIG{ 'hub' } );

#if ( !$CONFIG{ 'name' } )
#{
#    print "Usage: $0 --hub=1.2.3.4 --name=name [--sleep=10]\n";
#    print "Missing name parameter - which bulb did you want to fade in?\n";
#    exit(0)
#}

# Change Brightness
#

if ( $CONFIG{ 'brightness' } )
{
    # Set a light on
    foreach my $light ( $hub->lights() )
    {
        if ( $light->name() eq $CONFIG{ 'name' } )
        {
            #print("Brightness is $CONFIG{'brightness'}.\n");
                        $light->set_brightness($CONFIG{'brightness'});
                        #$light->set_on();
            #print("Set $CONFIG{'name'} brightness to $CONFIG{'brightness'}.\n");
            exit(0);
        }
    }

}

#
#  Now run the actions
#
if ( $CONFIG{ 'all-on' } )
{
    # All on
    $hub->all_on();
}
if ( $CONFIG{ 'all-off' } )
{
    # ALl off
    $hub->all_off();
}
if ( $CONFIG{ 'on' } )
{
    # Set a light on
    foreach my $light ( $hub->lights() )
    {
        if ( $light->name() eq $CONFIG{ 'on' } )
        {
            $light->set_on();
            #print("Set $CONFIG{'on'} on.\n");
            exit(0);
        }
    }

}
if ( $CONFIG{ 'off' } )
{
    # Set a single light off
    foreach my $light ( $hub->lights() )
    {
        if ( $light->name() eq $CONFIG{ 'off' } )
        {
            $light->set_off();
            #print("Set $CONFIG{'off'} off.\n");
            exit(0);
        }
    }
}

#
#  Fade in a light
#

if ( $CONFIG{ 'fade_on_name' } )
{
        foreach my $light ( $hub->lights() )
        {
                if ( $light->name() eq $CONFIG{ 'on' } )
                {

                        my $step = 5;
                        while ( $step <= 100 )
                        {

                                #print "Setting brightness level : $step\n";
                                $light->set_brightness($step);
                                $light->set_on();

                                #print "\tSleeping for $CONFIG{'sleep'} seconds\n";
                                sleep( $CONFIG{ 'sleep' } );

                                # Bump brightness
                                $step += 5;
                        }
                        exit(0);
                }
        }
}



if ( $CONFIG{ 'list' } )
{

    foreach my $light ( $hub->lights() )
    {
        print $light;
    }
}

exit 0;

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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by thorbj » Tuesday 01 November 2016 19:29

Thanks, now I successfully installed it via Git.
But I still can't execute the commands from the switch.

I can now run

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 ~/Device-Osram-Lightify/bin/ol --hub 10.10.10.111  --off="A60RGBW 01" 
from Shell to turn off the bulb, but when I press the switch, nothing happens.

This is the log:

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2016-11-01 18:23:11.659 User: Admin initiated a switch command (161/Lightify1/Off)
2016-11-01 18:23:11.660 (Dummy switch) Lighting 1 (Lightify1) 
All my other dummy switches works great, but they are triggered by lua scripts. This is the only switch I have that triggers commands like this.
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Re: RE: Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by fergalom » Wednesday 02 November 2016 0:05

thorbj wrote:Thanks, now I successfully installed it via Git.
But I still can't execute the commands from the switch.

I can now run

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 ~/Device-Osram-Lightify/bin/ol --hub 10.10.10.111  --off="A60RGBW 01" 
from Shell to turn off the bulb, but when I press the switch, nothing happens.

This is the log:

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2016-11-01 18:23:11.659 User: Admin initiated a switch command (161/Lightify1/Off)
2016-11-01 18:23:11.660 (Dummy switch) Lighting 1 (Lightify1) 
All my other dummy switches works great, but they are triggered by lua scripts. This is the only switch I have that triggers commands like this.
Are you using the full path for the switch on/off

Script:///home/pi/Device-Osram-Lightify/bin/ol --hub 10.10.10.111 --off="A60RGBW 01"

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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by thorbj » Wednesday 02 November 2016 0:13

No :)
But I tried this now, and it seems thet Domoticz finally tries to run the commands. Yay!

But it returns an error in the log:

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2016-11-01 23:11:17.363 User: Admin initiated a switch command (161/Lightify1/Off)
2016-11-01 23:11:17.364 (Dummy switch) Lighting 1 (Lightify1)
2016-11-01 23:11:18.366 Executing script: /home/pi/Device-Osram-Lightify/bin/ol
2016-11-01 23:11:18.422 Error: Error executing script command (/home/pi/Device-Osram-Lightify/bin/ol). returned: 512
Do you know what this means?
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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by thorbj » Tuesday 08 November 2016 11:37

I've also tried calling perl scripts from the switch, instead of the command itself. This also gives me a 512 error in the log.
I have run chmod +x on the scripts.

bulb_on.pl:

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#!/usr/bin/perl
use Device::Osram::Lightify::Hub;

my $x = Device::Osram::Lightify::Hub->new( host => "10.10.10.111" );

foreach my $light ( $x->lights() ) {
    if ( $light->name() eq "A60RGBW 01" ) {
        $light->set_on();
        exit(0);
    }
}

bulb_off.pl:

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#!/usr/bin/perl
use Device::Osram::Lightify::Hub;

my $x = Device::Osram::Lightify::Hub->new( host => "10.10.10.111" );

foreach my $light ( $x->lights() ) {
    if ( $light->name() eq "A60RGBW 01" ) {
        $light->set_off();
        exit(0);
    }
}

The command on the switch looks like this:

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script:///home/pi/domoticz/scripts/perl/bulb_on.pl > /dev/null 2>&1 &
script:///home/pi/domoticz/scripts/perl/bulb_off.pl > /dev/null 2<&1 &

This results in the following error:

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Error: Error executing script command (/home/pi/domoticz/scripts/perl/bulb_off.pl). returned: 512
I can't figure out what's wrong here. Am I missing some perl configuration in Domoticz?
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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by fergalom » Tuesday 08 November 2016 23:56

ok so out of interest, I tried your scripts and switch actions above, they work perfectly as expected, no 512
For what its worth, Domoticz v3.5859 and perl v5.14.2

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liblightify

Post by misscat » Tuesday 03 January 2017 12:15

there is another project with an open source libary on github, working offline (direct contact to the gateway)
It's in C but comes also with an small command line utility

https://github.com/coldtobi/liblightify

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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by thorbj » Saturday 04 March 2017 13:10

fergalom wrote:ok so out of interest, I tried your scripts and switch actions above, they work perfectly as expected, no 512
For what its worth, Domoticz v3.5859 and perl v5.14.2
I don't know what's going on with my scripts, but I ended up buying a Hue and adding osram bulb to this one, that works great.
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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by Wob76 » Thursday 14 September 2017 5:34

Hi,

Just wondering if there is a big advantage to using the hue hub with the Lightify bulbs?

I have been playing around in nodered with the Lightify hub, and I have managed to decode the bulbs and feed them into Domoticz, but it has been very manual, I actually wrote a function to decode the binary protocol, I could continue, I am sure implementing command should be doable, but I am now wondering if it is worth my time.

I did find some node controls, but converting them to nodered could be some work (https://github.com/rainlake/node-lightify).

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Re: Domoticz & OSRAM Lightify

Post by thorbj » Friday 15 September 2017 11:47

If you own a hub, or wan't to get a hub anyway, then it's easier to access lightify bulbs in domoticz. But If you can't afford a hub, it would be awesome if there was an easy script/library.
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