You can also modify /etc/modules so that it containsdirtydischo wrote:I’m able to get both parts working individually, but the problem is that both use GPIO4. I’ve been trying to find a way to move one of them to another GPIO pin, but haven’t been successful yet. It seems that GPIO4 needs to be used for the temperature sensor as it’s the only one that works with 1 wire.
pihat is also set up to use GPIO4, although I’m not sure if it needs to be. Is there a way to change this?
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w1-therm w1-gpio gpiopin=22
Did you manage to set up your system to read Google Calendar or does anyone else have systems that are interfacing with Google Calendar like hackPump of Chris LeBlanc at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RDMPptUeIQ ?dirtydischo wrote:Simple answer is that I have a raspberry pi!
I've not looked into arduino before, but will take a look.
I'm using this project to learn about using GPIO, writing simple python code etc. It needs to be connected to the internet so that I can control it remotely (the setup is for a gym in an outside building). I've got a basic setup now which seems to work.
Next step will be to set the system up to read from my Google Calendar, I can then set up an appointment in my calendar for when I am going to use the gym and have everything (including heating in winter!) set up for when I get there.
I have seen reference to Remind on the forum and looked at the FAQ earlier today. Think I will try Domoticz first and see how that goes.DougieLawson wrote:If you want a local calendar try using Roaring Penguin's Remind.
sudo apt-get install remind