the set-temperature command would need another parameter for the used unit. The z-wave code (and other interface devices) could then handle it.
Hari, thanks for getting back to me so quickly.
Before I go into my other questions regarding fahrenheit, is the Wayne-Dalton Z-Wave Thermostat fully functional in the Celsius mode using a Tricklestar USB dongle? If not known, I'll be glad to test it further by changing it from the present fahrenheit, standalone mode to the Celsius mode, including it in my LinuxMCE Tricklestar mesh. In reading the forum trail, the info kinda died, without really confirming for sure that all of the bugs were out for Celsius and I'm not sure what Z-wave dongle it was being installed with. I guessed it might have been the MCV.
On the previous topic about fahrenheit, when you say another parameter, is this more source code, a fahrenheit routine per say, that needs to be added to the driver or is it already built in and just needs template structure reworked to be able to accept this farhenheit option in the template configuration and then pass it to the driver?
In other words, is this further driver development, template development or just testing with different parameters? I've done programming in the past and would be willing to set up the proper programming environment for LinuxMCE if I could contribute more than just using/testing and just giving feedback. There's enough of us doing that already and expecting a few of you to fix everything for everyone.