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Alternate UI to UI7 / Re: New Install Debian No Handler.
« Last post by d55m14 on Today at 01:15:42 pm »
It seems there're many users reporting the same problem on GitHub like this :

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48938019/git-pull-push-unable-to-access-https-ssl-routines-seem-to-be-down

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Alternate UI to UI7 / Re: New Install Debian No Handler.
« Last post by d55m14 on Today at 01:09:55 pm »
Manually do I have to copy the altui files in cmh-ludl directory ?

Yes, that should do it.

I'll wait your check ..... I prefer..
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Alternate UI to UI7 / Re: New Install Debian No Handler.
« Last post by akbooer on Today at 01:06:28 pm »
Manually do I have to copy the altui files in cmh-ludl directory ?

Yes, that should do it.
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Alternate UI to UI7 / Re: New Install Debian No Handler.
« Last post by akbooer on Today at 01:04:16 pm »
In fact, EVERYTHING I try to update is returning this error, in several different code versions.

The response from GitHub is:

"tlsv1 alert protocol version"

...so I guess they have, unknown to me, changed something in the protocol.
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Alternate UI to UI7 / Re: New Install Debian No Handler.
« Last post by d55m14 on Today at 12:59:02 pm »
Manually do I have to copy the altui files in cmh-ludl directory ?

tnks

donato
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If your vera has a battery pack and no ability to communicate over WiFi (as I understand from a joke about long lan cable) it is probably Lite or other from older (3Gen) models? Then maybe your issues with 5Gen devices are exactly because of that?

I have one of the latest models.  And Wifi only helps if you have a laptop or tablet with wifi to connect to Vera, which I didn't have at the time.  Regardless, dragging Vera around is hardly an attractive way to include stuff, Wifi or no.  Manually entering repeater IDs falls into the same category: unacceptable for newbies.  With that said, aren't the new Z-Wave chips supposed to be a lot smarter about sniffing out the network and repairing routes?  For those devices, perhaps including them near Vera and then moving them isn't such a big deal.  I'll try that next time.

By the way: "replace failed" is a super useful function.  You use that if one of your Z-Wave devices fails.  Simply remove it, install a new device, and use "replace failed" to include it.  All your scenes will remain intact, including anything written in Luup since the new device receives the same ID as the old one.  The only condition is that the new device is of the same type as the old one.  The only thing that function could use (same as "configure now" and some others) is some feedback during the process.  But that's an UI issue, and a whooole 'nother can of worms.
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Alternate UI to UI7 / Re: New Install Debian No Handler.
« Last post by akbooer on Today at 12:24:51 pm »
Ah yes, I can duplicate this.  Something has changed. No idea what.  Obviously this exact code used to work.  Perhaps some change in the AltUI GitHub repository.  Will take a look.

Meanwhile, there should be no problem at all in installing this manually from an existing installation or from the latest development repository files.
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General / Re: DSC PTK5507 Keypad
« Last post by Aubreypric on Today at 12:07:38 pm »
I thought so, but they will only talk to dealers etc.
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Answer to your questions:

-The camera(s) will go outdoors.  One might be under cover, the other will not.

-Probably a couple of fixed cameras would work.

-Here's the situation.  We have a small (5 acre) horse farm in a relatively urban area.  We give away the horse manure by posting it on Craigslist & Nextdoor.  So we have a fair amount of people accessing our property.  The manure pile is on the far side of the barn from the house, so it's in a blind spot.  In addition, I keep some implements in the general vicinity (also in a blind spot), so I'd like to monitor people coming and going.  The WiFi Router is located in the basement of our house which is 150' from the barn.  Power for the barn comes from the house, so I can probably use the suggestions above to get power to the camera & internet to the barn.  From where I'd locate one of the cameras to the area I'd like to monitor is another 100'.  It would need a larger than 900 angle to get all of what I'd like to monitor. The other will look straight down the road, so it should catch both the coming and going of the vehicles (i.e, front and rear).

- There are no lights on that side of the barn.   

- My budget is as little as possible to accomplish what I need.  I doubt I'd need a DVR/NVR if the camera had an SD card.  I'm thinking I'd like to stay under a $500 for 2 cameras and the other equipment I'll need.



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