maybe MediaUpdate daemon is causing slow down. I couldn't find any data regarding how it works, when it's started etc... So every now and then I tend t switch it off...
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One of the issues I noticed as well with the current Z-wave lighting system is that device state changes made outside of LMCE do not feed back to LMCE. So if I turn a light off via LMCE and then press a button on a switch to turn it on, LMCE would still think it's off and show it as such on the floorplan. I've seen other Z-wave software controllers use polling. While there are some new devices that can support state change notification, polling is the simplest solution, I believe. I plan to implement that functionality with the Insteon driver I'm writing.Hi,
Boot over powerline? I'm impressed. When we tried it we gave up after 15 min.
I am writing this to you from a machine pxe booted over 85mbit powerline from my home lmce system :-)
I think you need to develop an interface between your home automation system and LMCE. The easiest way to do that IMHO create Generic Serial Device - GSD. Try to search 'Ruby' or 'GSD' in the wiki. Basically, all logic in that case processed by embedded Ruby interpreter. So, you should develop all login using Ruby and predefined functions and data structures.Hi,
When you do that you'll able to send commands from LMCE to your system and and vice versa.