Velbus (VelbusLink 8)
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Like the server mode couldn’t start when computer start, they’re some personal and unofficial server program :
JeroEnds (on linux, C)
Hello, a question for the developper(s) of the software: is it possible to have a network connection link? Now there's a server mode wich is usefull to connect the own software app's but in my case, I've developped a velbus server on linux (wich for now is in super alpha mode) and it would come in handy when the velbuslink software can connect to an other server. The linux server acts like the same way (tested with app's like ie the tutorial files in visual basic). Why linux you'll ask? I've go…
danssaertd (on Windows, C# and Net4.0)
Hello to all,
I've been playing with VelBus for about four days now and started programming for it right away. After reading along the threads on this forum I noticed that a lot of people are complaining about the lack of a server mode in the newest versions of VelBusLink and the costs of HomeCenter (which does implement a socket server). That's why I developed a little commandline tool that acts as a server. Most likely others did the same thing before me, but I couldn't find an implementatio…
Golfy (on windows/linux, Purebasic)
You can try this source code : it’s Purebasic code but there is a free version of Purebasic (so you can modify and compile your own code)
; Velbus server 1.0 by Golfy (Purebasic 4.60)
CompilerIf #PB_Compiler_OS = #PB_OS_Windows
Port$ = "COM4"
Port$ = "/dev/ttyS0"
If OpenSerialPort(0, Port$, 9600, #PB_SerialPort_NoParity, 8, 1, #PB_SerialPort_NoHandshake, 2048, 2048)
PrintN("open port "+port$+" done")
PrintN("Erreur port "+port$)
Let me know is they’re other server
And I can say, now I see that my post was exact 2 years ago, that the server is still running without any problems
. The only thing that gives my a headache is the interface itself wich crashes from time to time. Linux gives me everytime an emi problem and disconects the interface (the led’s stops blinking).