X10_FunTime wrote:I know the X10 devices themselves do no hold state. I'm guessing the HEYU component would need to maintain state, which I think it does at least in the logs. However, how does it get back to the X10 Commander so that any time you start the mobile app, it knows the state?
X10_FunTime wrote:I'm able to turn devices on and off with my phone. However, when I exit the app and come back later, the device state is lost and every devices shows as off.
I'm using HEYU server with X10Commander script on a Raspberry Pi running Rasbian.
Any advice is appreciated.
Melloware wrote:I don't think we ever got to the bottom of why all of the devices are reporting themselves as "0".
I wonder if it could be X10 Driver version issue?
Melloware wrote:OK that is really strange. And you said you have a Marmitek right? Are you sure on the X10 Commander Server is set for "Marmitek Cm15" and not "CM15/CM19 USB"?
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