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  • Straightforward & reliable.

  • Installed OWFS and OWFS worked instantly : very good. I am using OWFS on a some Raspberry Pis (Raspi). On top of OWFS there is node.js, owfs.js, ccu.IO and the owfs adapter. Therefore it is very convenient to use port 2121 and a browser to check, whether the 1 Wire sensors still work, or something else broke in between. So far the OWFS never failed ! Only I would like to see the temperatures directly on the 2121 page, if there is a 1 wire device with temperature information is shown, ;-) . Very selfish, I know. Everybody, including maybe me, could add this feature to the code.

  • Thanks for great project! Simply the best.Good,good,good.+1

  • very good project, thanks!

  • very good project, thanks!

  • O melhor programa para compartilhamento

  • great tool, thanks

  • Reliable and stable, thanks

  • excellent application.

  • Excellent work.

  • I use OWFS for weather monitoring, and for controlling relays for my pool pump and pool light. It's been working quite well for many years, and I'm really in love with the idea of mapping one-wire devices to filesystem entries; it's exactly in line with the Unix philosophy (just as system devices all show up in /dev) and makes both reading and writing operations as simple as they can possibly be. The other features (owhttpd, optional client/server separation) are even more icing on the cake.

  • This project is very stable, and has a very short learning curve to understand. There has been no hiccups and the software performs well with no detectable issues. I highly recommend this as the basis for developing larger projects based on the one-wire principle.

  • I test/use OWFS for ~ 3 months now. I found OWFS code compiled cleanly and was stable by now. I like the responsibility once a good bug descriptions is available (I needed the fix for LED HobbyBoards design) and quick support for new devices (latest was UVIndex Meter from HobbyBoards). So I'm able to start using the data without bothering with the 1wire-communication in detail. Great, thanks a lot to all contributers.

  • This project is slow-moving but that's good: it's pace is *deliberate*. Just like it needs to be. Being able to do things only dreamed of with hardware more expensive than $500-per-8-port card is darned near magic. I'm thrilled to know these people, and their software.