|Ryan Rix 453198c40f||4 years ago|
|lightrix||4 years ago|
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|roles||4 years ago|
|.gitignore||4 years ago|
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|README.org||4 years ago|
|lightrix.py||4 years ago|
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|requirements.txt||4 years ago|
|test-client.py||4 years ago|
You will need a Raspberry Pi that is attached to your network. I am using a Raspberry Pi Model A+ due to its really adorable formfactor and the fact that I have some WiFi dongles laying about.
This is based on the
rpi_ws281x library, and I ship an ansible playbook to provision it.
rrix.setup-home role from
playbook.yaml and run:
ansible-playbook -i ../devops/hosts playbook.yaml --become
Yes, I install everything in to the main Python library path, because I'm an infoterrorist. It's an embedded Raspberry Pi, deal with it.
As root: (due to the DMA requirements)
python ./lightrix.py -r "<YOUR ROOM ID>" -c ~/.mcatrc and it'll fire up
Go in to the room in Vector or so and type "rainbow"
The playbook will install a systemd unit file
lightrix.service which you can start and enable to
your heart's content
There is also now a remote control included which you can run to allow you to control the lights from a web-page.
secrets.js which defines the following variables, and put it in
accessToken: A valid access token which the webpage will use to make requests to the HS as
hs: A fully-qualified homeserver URL
uid: the UID that the
rooms: an array of Room IDs which you can use to toggle to mutliple lightrix installations
(assuming each one runs in its own room)
python -m SimpleHTTPServer in the
http://DOMAIN:8000 to view the remote