OpenSprinkler Forums Hardware Questions OpenSprinkler Pi (OSPi) Builduing a linux service that gets weather data

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    Samer
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    Also, what do you mean scheduling? Isn’t that what programs are? Just curious as to what else is left that could be added to the sprinklers.

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    aleatorvb
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    I will be using it in manual mode only. All scheduling, editing, configuring, weather information, etc will run on my ‘house-aware’ ubuntu box. I’m slowly adding motion sensors, lights, temperature & humidity sensors for each room, interfacing with the heating and so on…

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    Samer
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    Oh okay I understand what you are doing now! Yes absolutely you can rip out the manual mode. It is very easy and uses very little code. It was the first thing I added to my web app, actually. If you need help grabbing the specific functions for the manual mode let me know. Inside sprinklers.php you will find a series of “pages” the one with id manual is the page you would need along with the header and script sources at the bottom of the body. Inside main.php you would need the functions get_stations, make_list_manual, is_mm, send_to_oc, mm_on, and mm_off. Inside main.js.php you would need the event binder for the slider. I believe that is enough to have a fully working manual mode page.

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