Rule #1 - Be Patient - Rule #2 - Don't ask when, if you don't contribute - Rule #3 - You have coding skills - LinuxMCE's small brother is available: http://www.agocontrol.com
Dude, honestly, if you're asking these questions, you need to re-evaluate whether you'll be able to pull this off.-Thom
A quick look at the code shows that ZWave.cpp seems to implement the "DCE" interface needed by LinuxMCE, while ZWApi.cpp implements the Z-Wave primitives and actual interface to the USB device (via a serial library).So it seems quite probable that these two pieces could be split, and thus avoiding reinvention, as well as the need to provide a lot of support infrastructure that may not be needed by simpler projects.
Hari how can I also test it on Fedora? Any special do any special packages need to be installed? Anything needs to be compiled? Is there a wiki page with instructions?