Saturday, November 17, 2018

OpenHAB and LIRC - An Easy Guide: RasLIRC

I've been working on our new home office, and part of the design includes a lot of electronic bells and whistles (shocker, right?)  Well all those bells and whistles need a way to control them.  I already use OpenHAB for my home automation, so it seemed like a good fit to expand that into the office.  However the documentation out on the InterWebs for integrating IR devices via LIRC was spotty.  So I saw the gap, and filled it!

I collected all my notes, made some automation, and uploaded it to GitHub at .  The goal is to create a LIRC "server" that OpenHAB can control, in order to control A/V devices.  Take a peak and enjoy!

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