Open-Zwave Raspbian requires a 4gb or larger SD card. The card contains the latest 2/9/2013 version of Raspbian with the most current updates (as of 2/20). I did not remove any packages (why it requires 4gb or larger card).
The Image Contains:
- Compiled Open-Zwave
- Compiled Openzwave Control Panel
- Both Basic TCP Socket Server and LightsControl Socket Server
- SQLite, PHP5, Curl, nginx, and clients for LightsControl and Basic
- 1-Wire – owfs library
- wiringPi Libraries
You can start playing with your Aeon Labs Z-Stick by associating your Z-stick with your Z-wave devices, putting it in your Raspberry Pi, logging in and typing “basic” or “lightscontrol”. Then go to your favorite web browser and type in http://openzwave.local/ or your Pi’s IP address.
LightsControl username/password: Admin/admin (case sensitive)
Full instructions will appear on screen as the Message of the Day when you log in or you can checkout the instructions from the last Open-Zwave install.
openzwave-revision2013-02-20.7z (Requires 7Zip)
Multilevel Switch / Dimmer update for basic Open-Zwave Server
If you are using this image, type webroot, then cd basic, mv index.php indexold.php, then wget https://gist.github.com/tagroup/5126760 -O index.php. (Make sure the basic zwave server is running by typing killOZW and then basic. Wait a few minutes and dim your lights (hopefully).