you might want to look into micasa verde vera
I would prefer to use existing hardware instead of buying new one (vera1 is based on asus wl500g, which quite similiar to asus rt-n16).
I'm not aware of the specs for those devices but the parts of LinuxMCE responsible for Z-Wave run fine on an ARM 400mhz cpu with 64mb of ram.
look here: http://svn.linuxmce.org/svn/people/hari/mini/
Synology DS210j has
800MHz Marvell Kirkwood mv6281 ARM Processor, 128MB of RAM;
Asus RT-N16 has 480Mhz BCM4718, 128MB DDR2 RAM.
Is there any documentation about mini
part of LinuxMCE? How should I install and use it? Just copy all files from the Installer folder to the device and run mini-install.sh? Will it install some web-server, where I will be able to control my devices?
upd. found some instruction here
. But looks like now I don't need to compile it, since installer is available... Anyway, would appreciate if somebody provides me with more detailed guide.
btw, will it work with this USB device - Leviton ControlThink CTZUS-1EU
another option would be to use OpenZwave
are you talking about this
openZwave? It looks like tool for the developers. Don't see any binary files there...