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May 25, 2015 - pilight 7.0
pilight 7.0 The latest pilight version is all about reaching a greater audience. pilight is now also supported on Windows and OpenWRT routers, and by using the pilight USB nano, any computer with USB can now be turned into a full fledge domotica

Feb 24, 2015 - Terrarium Controller
Using pilight to keep your lizards happy One of our faithfull users Terrar has fully automated his terrarium control by using pilight. This is how he set it up. Requirements switch the lamps automatically on the correct time keep temperature and

Feb 24, 2015 - pilight 6.0
pilight 6.0 After nine months of developing, struggling with a big burgulary in which all computer equipment was stolen except an ancient backup hard-drive, and doing 66879 additions and 15921 deletions it's finally here: pilight version 6.0. Our

Jun 9, 2014 - pilight 5.0
New features pilight-flash A new pilight program has been released called pilight-flash. It's meant to manually update the pilight-firmware in case the automated update fails or when auto updating isn't supported. Flashing is as easy

Apr 29, 2014 - pilight 4.0
Steadily, the (input of the) community is growing which means more and more features are added to pilight in the same amount of time. So, besides all kinds of new features in pilight 4.0, again a lot of protocols have been added. The most important

Feb 10, 2014 - pilight 3.0
It has been 6 months since the original release of pilight. The source code is constantly being modified and fixed. The list of supported protocols is heavily increasing, currently supporting consumer hardware like KlikAanKlikUit, Home Easy and

Dec 31, 2013 - Configuring the web interface
Original article (german) from sweetpi.de pilight doesn't only allow you to control 433mhz devices from the command-line. It also includes a webserver with a nice web interface. This article explains how to add devices to the pilight config so that

Dec 27, 2013 - Controlling radio outlets
Original article (german) from sweetpi.de pilight enables you to control various radio outlets with a Raspberry Pi. For this post, InterTechno radio outlets are used, but it should work for all devices listed on this wiki

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