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 is a URL. It has worked amazingly well. If you have such issues, you might pursue with your power provider.

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