Thanks gents for the inputs
I successfully git-ed Misterhouse 3.0 and installed on my RT-N16 router
Running DD-WRT with Optware.
I had the "older" version of MH running on that platform for over a year
as a test bed.
I have successfully ported my .mht file and have MH up and running with
two test lights here in my office.
I have run into an issue when trying to turn my test lights on/off via
the web interface.
Selecting items (which should turn them off to on) on the web interface
crashes MH with a message
perl: can't resolve symbol 'PerlIO_findFILE'
Perl in Optware is Release 5.8.8.
CPAN wants to download, build and install Perl 5.18 to resolve my need
to add ther PerlIO module.
The RT-N16 is about as good as it gets for 15Watts, but I doubt it is up
to the task of compiling Perl :) in a finite period of time.
As I head off in search of other solutions, not being a Perl monk, I
would appreciate any pointers to others who may have run into this.
Is there a "minimum" level (release) of Perl now recommended/required?
On 08/23/2013 10:21 AM, Carl McGrath wrote:
> ((Sorry about a double post, my first attempt burried in a thread))
> Sometimes things just work too well, my MH system has just kept on
> ticking for almost three years now, with just an annual reboot, and
> that for no particular reason.
> I just had my first Insteon device failure in three years, and from
> sampling the amazing level of activity here on the mailing list know
> that new Insteon devices are likely to be incompatible with my current
> system. I used my last spare, so time to get ready. I also want to
> dabble with some of the new features.
> Where is now the best place to reengage?
> Read the 1300 emails I am behind, or some updated Wiki pages?
> Suggestions welcome!
> And thanks for all the great work and mailing list dialog.
> FYI, I live in South Florida and summertime used to kill two or three
> Insteon devices a year.
> We get a lot of lightning and surge activity. I tried add-on surge
> protectors(to my main panel) and the recent surge protectors that
> replace 220V breakers IN the panel with only limited success. Finally,
> I had our Power company install a surge protector that sits right
> behind the meter in the outdoor socket, HERE
> <https://www.lcec.net/my-home/products-and-services/surgesense> is a
> URL. It has worked amazingly well. If you have such issues, you might
> pursue with your power provider.
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