Raspberry Pi Light control software for the mi-light/LimitlessLED/EasyBulb systems
Copyright (c) 2015 Nathan Byrd. All Rights Reserved.
This file is part of node-milight-local-proxy.
node-milight-local-proxy is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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node-milight-local-proxy has been created as a replacement bridge for the mi-light/LimitlessLED/EasyBulb systems. Currently this requires a specific software hack in order to access the bulbs from Raspberry PI, see LimitlessLED WiFi Bridge 4.0 Conversion to Raspberry Pi for more information about how this hardware hack is setup. In the future this module may support additional mechanisms for connecting to the mi-light system, some ideas include acting as a straight proxy to existing bridge or using a hardware device, such as NRF24L01? and arduino to create our own.
Currently this module has the same functionality as the standard bridge.
Future functionality includes:
On the Raspberry Pi, node-milight-local-proxy has been tested with the Raspbian distribution.
To install the module, use the following:
sudo npm install -g node-milight-local-proxy
NOTE I had some trouble with installing on Raspberry PI due to permissions
issues with the serialport dependency. If you get an error about serialport,
sudo npm install -g node-milight-local-proxy --unsafe-perm instead.
To setup a development environment, use the following:
sudo npm install -g grunt-cli
gruntto compile the coffeescript