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i got it working on my laptop. 1. So you install node.js on your computer where you will test this starter project in node.js. Then inside the starter directory which has the package.json file, you run "npm install" which installs all the modules required by that package.json.2. Then you create a file (in the same directory) called ".env" using touch or nano. Touch is nice because you just type touch .env and itll create the empty file for you.3. Then you edit the file to look like this:DEV=TRUEPORT=8000PASS=yourpass4. Finally you run "npm start" and you get a prompt telling you the server is running and you can run the ipaddress:8000/api...etc... url in your browser with the password in the .env file you created.
I updated node and npm on my mac (im away from my pi), downloaded and unzipped the google_home_master file and Im reading thru the readme. How do I run touch .env?
Hijf89, did you fix this? Im getting the same error
Hi. I wrote you a message via instruct able but I'm not sure it worked. I have a raspberry with a Bluetooth module in it's GPio pins. A script sends commands to that Bluetooth module which relays the command to a Bluetooth relay board which controls components. What I want to do now is to have a Google home send commands to that raspberry pie in order to execute a different script. Is that possible?
So we cant reference the servos by any special name, just their pin numbers? I thought the shield and library might bring a name like SERVO_1 and SERVO_2 as printed on some boards.
Can you help me understand how I would make an arduino with an hm10 send string commands to a relay board with an hm12? What would I need to write on the arduino sketch to send the commands?
How come you didn't have to create/use software serial?
Is it possible to use a hm10 on an arduino uno to send commands to an hm12?
Could you describe the DC offset part a bit more? Thanks
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