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</p><p> change these to carriage returns or Enter key new line
just strip out the HTML tags and be sure to install libraries like DallasTemperature
try the V4 code example
just edit the PIR section of the code. instead of motion on/off it will just output HIGH/LOW to the D4 pin. just put a switch on/off there.you could then use the http://192.168.1.x/?pir command in the config.json file in HomeBridge. this would tell siri if it is on or off
i uploaded some sample code files, im not sure which one i actually used, but the meat of the code is there now, thanks
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finally got the Living Room Lamp accessory to show on my iphone my recopying/pasting the text into BOTH /home/pi/.homebridge/config.json AND /var/homebridge/config.jsonthx this is cool
thank you that was driving me crazy i spent an hour trying to fix it myself
Ok i get Homebridge to show up in iOS Home app, but not the "Living Room Lamp" accessory, it is never listed. what am I missing? thanks
man thank you so much for the code base, it was the only stuff i could get to work with a SIM900 stacked on a Mega r3 and running hardware serial instead of software serial. You totally made my day, thanks
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