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Adding effects control to Homeassistant

Discussion in 'Hyperion Extensions' started by megamorphf, 24 July 2017.

  1. megamorphf

    megamorphf New Member

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  2. Akriss

    Akriss Active Member

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    RPi1/Zero, RPi2, RPi3, 32/64bit, +Arduino, +nodeMCU/ESP8266
    I spent most of the weekend installing/configuring Home-assistant (HA). I fairly sure you saved me a day or two of reading and associated hair pulling.

    Thanks!
     
  3. megamorphf

    megamorphf New Member

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    If you need any help contact me personally or in the comments of the post. I highly recommend you to checkout my HA configuration it can be found in GitHub and is linked in blog post mentioned.
     
  4. matchmee

    matchmee New Member

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    Hey there- curious as to what version of software you have installed on the PI running hyperion? I can get the remote function to work and it looks like they took that feature out of openElec 8 or something like that. When I ssh in to my hyperion pi I get the following from running the remote script:

    OpenELEC:~/hyperion/bin # hyperion-remote -e "Knight rider"
    -sh: hyperion-remote: not found
     
  5. megamorphf

    megamorphf New Member

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    I am running hyperion on my OSMC Kodi distro. I have installed the script using the official hyperion intsallation script. Anyways you are using the wrong command for the purpose.

    1. determine the hyperion executable: which hyperion-remote
    2. using this path you can call your executable e.g.: /blah/blah/hyperion-remote -e "Knight rider"

    If you still get the sh: hyperion-remote: not found you can always use command: locate hyperion-remote this command will search your entire file system for executable file called 'hyperion-remote'
    Then use the output path to call this command.