It's running Cyanogenmod ROM, so I'll understand if you don't want to include it, but I can also test on my HTC One M7. It seems to work fine with Qorbiter so far.
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True, but if you think it get ugly here, it's much worse in the IRC channel.
To know that the guy doing the video once worked in the entertainment industry makes you wonder how that industry could have ever survived
Great progress, golgoj4!
You might need to reboot or do "sudo killall ZWave", due to the way the driver works. It's one of those things I've been trying to find a good solution for...
Please provide the Zwave logfile for sambuca.
Please show the output of dpkg -l lmce-zwave-\*
|/ Err?=(none)/Reinst-required (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
||/ Name Version Description
ii lmce-zwave-ozw 126.96.36.199.14112629733 <insert up to 60 chars description>
<davegravy> hey sambuca, i changed the thermostat units to "F" in device data, reloaded router, and tested
<davegravy> unfortunately, no change. I still have to send the number 75 if I want it to set the temperature to 24Celsius
Can be absolute, like 20, 18, etc., or relative, like +2, -2, etc. The temperature is always in degrees celsius, and the application is expected to convert to Fahrenheit if necesssary.
Sounds like a feature request.
Hi, sorry, but no there is no way to adjust how the thermostat communicates through zwave. If you have any additional questions please don't hesitate to contact us.