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    Default Help for Raspberry install

    Hi,
    New linux user, sorry for stupid questions ...

    I added the promixis.list in sources.list.d

    Now in the lxterminal when I type
    Code:
    wget*-O*-*http://www.promixis.com/repo/debian/wheezy/sales.key*|*sudo*apt-key*add*-
    I get
    Code:
    root@raspberrypi:/home/pi# wget*-O*-*http://www.promixis.com/repo/debian/wheezy/sales.key*|*sudo*apt-key*add*-
    bash: wget*-O*-*http://www.promixis.com/repo/debian/wheezy/sales.key*: Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type
    bash: $'\302\240sudo\302\240apt-key\302\240add\302\240-' : commande introuvable
    root@raspberrypi:/home/pi#
    "Command not found"
    Didn't find the solution ... I'm getting crasy !

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    give this a shot as I just did my Pi install a couple days ago hope it helps

    yonu

    sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list.d/promixis.list

    type this in nano
    deb http://www.promixis.com/repo/debian/wheezy wheezy main

    save and exit

    now this in ternimal

    sudo wget -O - http://www.promixis.com/repo/debian/wheezy/sales.key | sudo apt-key add -

    then these

    sudo apt-get update

    sudo apt-get install girder

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    Oh yes it helps ! Girder is running

    ... I was really getting crasy.
    Still don't know where I've made a mistake, I thought I had tried everything but certainely forgot one sudo or something like that

    I will certainely have more questions soon ...

    Thanks a lot

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    glad it helped

    tonu

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    Girder ask me to enter my license key after each launch.
    Did you also have this problem ?

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    Launch Girder once as root, that will save the license key.
    Ron
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    Happy New Year !

    Do I have to add drivers to run X10 / onewire / zwave on Linux. Which ones ?

    Why can't I add new group ?

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    Which X10 hardware do you have?
    Which OneWire hardware do you have?
    ZWave - just enable the plugin.
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    CM11 for X10 and LinkUSB (ibuttonlink) for OneWire

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    Enable the CM11 plugin -> Click on different plugin - click back on CM11 plugin -> Add CM11 Comport. On linux that will be something like /dev/ttyS0 (but will differ depending on your hardware)
    Enable the 1-Wire Plugin -> set comport to the device
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