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jack.daniels

Apple HomeKit support for Home Center

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For HCL and HC2

Test users are welcome!

 

To NOT include given device in HomeKit, mention a word "nohomekit" in device description (Disabled and Hidden devices are ignored too)

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So uhm whats the difference with using Homebridge / Fibaro: 

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   (which also supports HC2)

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  • Well, u need another PC to host it (first of all)

    Also, its a huge application and it needs resourdes (HCL not have one)

    I have expirience with homebridge on remote PC and was not happy about it.

    I have small system, but even now there are 64 devices (logical), homebridge supports upto 100 devices and not covers most of requests

    Homebridge using polling once in X seconds, and here we have instant event feedback

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  • On 10/18/2019 at 10:38 AM, tcviper said:

    And a HC2 version?

    well, its easy to build the x86 binary, but I have no HC2 box to test it. Ill thy it later on VMWare. Need to add all features first (still not added thermostats and tamper status)

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  • On 10/18/2019 at 10:38 AM, tcviper said:

    And a HC2 version? :)

    I need some files from device in order to try it on VM

    /mnt/nvm

    /mnt/hw_data

    If someone can shere it by PM, would be great...

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  • I have managed to start HC2 4.560 under VMware, so here is the test sample of homekitten for HC2

    Installation:

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    This should work for any new OS firmwares (4.500-4.560).

    Report the feedback here, please

     

    Upd: tested and works, Tar reuploaded with fixed path (bin -> sbin)

     

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    Reuploaded fixed archive

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    7 hours ago, jack.daniels said:

    I have managed to start HC2 4.560 under VMware, so here is the test sample of homekitten for HC2

    Installation:
     

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    Report the feedback here, please

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    does't support locks yet?

    where i can apply this commands on my HC2?

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  • No locks and no thermostats yet. This is for upconing versions

    10 minutes ago, vmation.virgin said:

    where i can apply this commands on my HC2?

    You can use the keyboard+tv (console) or SSH. Yes, You need your HC2 root password.

    There were root password read exploits for older fw versions. 4.560 - some holes were closed.

    HC2 is not like HCL: 

    HCL root password is hardcoded and constant for all consoles (root HHS login id disabled, so thats normal)

    HC2 root password is stores on AVR controller and unique for every console. There r many ways to get it out or to hijack.

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  • Another approach is to add fibaro to mqtt bridge and to host a broker on the HC* side

    This will be usefull for connecting dashboards

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