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I wasn't aware that you could go long distances with the signal (EIB bus).
If i may believe following document: http://www.merten.de/download/DL_ti_gb/5_instabus.pdf, i should easily bridge my 2 installations (about 60m from each other).
If this is the case, linuxmce will work out of the box...
It's a public wiki, just create an account, and go.
official documentation on how KNX works, and ETS3 training materials would be nice for LinuxMCE, definitely
trentend, can you expand upon that KNX page, with the relevant information, then?
There are definitely those of us in the US who wish to investigate all the possibilities of what is honestly, one of the best automation buss options out there.
it depends on the devices. My actors (MDTAutomation) all need 230V mains to function at all.