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Last Build Date: Thu, 09 Sep 2004 20:08:22 -0000

 



"Linux EIB Home Server" ported to Windows.

Thu, 09 Sep 2004 20:08:22 -0000

The (Linux) EIB Home Server is a Home Automation Server written in C++ and published under the GNU General Public License. It allows you to control and monitor an EIB (European Installation Bus) installation.

With this 0.9 release the Server can be compiled for MS Windows, too. It was tried - but not really tested - on Windows 98, 2000 and XP.
The Server comes now with more client applications that demonstrate its use.
One client application, called emailcontrol, makes your EIB installation remote controllable via email!




Linux EIB Home Server: English documentation released!

Mon, 05 Jul 2004 18:36:54 -0000

The Linux EIB Home Server allows you to control an EIB (European Installation Bus) installation via Linux PCs.

Finally, we have released the long expected English documentation. Please find it on:
http://eibcontrol.sourceforge.net/




New Tutorials and documentations released

Thu, 24 Jun 2004 08:04:10 -0000

The Step-by-Step Tutorials for installation and administration of the Linux EIB Server are now available on our SourceForge Webpage:
http://eibcontrol.sourceforge.net/

Next to german, english and russian versions you will find also a spanish tutorial (Many thanks to Francisco for the translation).

The main documentation is now also available in russian language. The english version will be released until the end of next week.

You can find all documentations on projects doc-system:
https://sourceforge.net/docman/?group_id=83365




First release of a simulated EIB Home Server

Sun, 13 Jun 2004 21:12:12 -0000

eibsimulation-1.0 is platform independent Java simulation of the Linux EIB Home Server.
It simplifies develpment and tests of client applications,
because an EIB installation is unnecessary.