"JimmyGosling is up and running."
Can either you or Jimmy say what the problem was and how it was made to work.
This could be useful for other people as it's a permanent record.
PS. I've just rx'd my 2412S so I'm hoping to start testing real soon.
Regards and best wishes...Martin
Yesterday, I did an Insteon Update on the wiki. Here's the latest:
1. X10 isn't quite operational yet. Some of X10 works, some doesn't.
2. In debugging the X10 side, I came across bug after bug after bug, I've spent about 16 hours, and it's still not up with X10 yet.
3. Part of the problems with X10 are to do with HOW X10 addresses are stored in the database. That led to a POTENTIAL problem of having orphaned records, which led to a potential to have an orphaned device, etc etc etc,... so now, if the PLM cannot communicate, it removes the device, then also removes the link in the PLM.
Along with all this, I've been fighting with 2 other issues regarding PnP.
1. The PLM Device itself (autosense and auto config/install of the PLM)
2. PnP detection of detected INSTEON devices (partially working)
I'm almost tempted to push this back into BETA rather than Release candidate. The other option is to make restrictions as to it's current capabilities. As you know, Insteon devices come in all flavours, from climate to irrigation to plumbing, to Automatic Pet watering devices.. About 95% of the devices currently sense properly, but I'm fighting with how to create the child devices for said insteon devices.
(a perfect example, my Irrigation controller senses correctly, but the only template available is a Sprinkler Valve... I have to create a specific device template for a sprinkler CONTROLLER with 8 sprinkers, programs, timers, etc etc.)
What (Jimmy and) I did was FOLLOW THE WIKI. it's updated as often as I can, with current code.
There was no 'magic fix', it worked right from the wiki.
Jimmy simply accidentally copied the wrong code into the wrong field
I ra'd into his box, and had him up in about 1/2 hour.
Sorry, I don't have the link in the wiki handy, but search for INSTEON, and I'm sure you'll find it.