Freedomotic on UDOO

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  1. freedomotic

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    This looks like a great project! I am having trouble finding the most recent instructions however. Is Debian Wheezy the recommended OS for running Freedomotic on UDOO? If so will it run on the "official" Wheezy ARMHF version or does it require the unofficial "no-GUI" version with LXDE? Will it run on OpenJDK or do we have to install Oracle Java?
     
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    Hi,
    I'm just downloading the last official debian wheezy to make some tests. After I'll update the documentation.
    Also we are working on two "light" web client for embedded systems.
     
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    Freedomotic at W3C's workshop "Web of Things"
    Berlin, June 25th 2014
    Freedomotic was introduced at W3C's "Web of Things" workshop (http://www.w3.org/2014/02/wot/submissions.html) by ing. Laurent-Walter Goix, S-cube Joint Open Lab, a research lab promoted by TelecomItalia and Politecnico di Milano. Ing. Goix proposed their vision of Social Web of Things, in a project whose smart system is organized around Freedomotic. Remarkable Freedomotic features are: being it a middleware (a framework, we'd say), its extensible plug-in architecture, its automations capabilities.
    Specifically, they said they're working on a OpenSocial plug-in.
    Complete paper is available at http://www.w3.org/2014/02/wot/papers/goix.pdf
    Freedomotic team is proud its open source software is considered as part of such a "visionary" project and hope that Social Web Of Things project could give back to Open Souce community its great work.
     
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    Can i get some tutorial how to install freedomotic on udoo board ?
    when i use standard sd image with linaro ubuntu it work real slow i have tested on quad and dual udoo board
     
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    Hi,
    what java VM are you using? With openjdk it's very slow, better with oracle jdk.
    But we are working on a web client lighter than java GUI.
    Thanks for your interest.
     
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    It works

    http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/ ... 87472.html
    jdk-8u6-linux-arm-vfp-hflt.tar.gz

    sudo tar zxvf jdk-8-ea-b36e-linux-arm-hflt-*.tar.gz -C /opt

    sudo update-alternatives --install "/usr/bin/java" "java" "/opt/jdk1.8.0_06/bin/java" 1

    sudo update-alternatives --config java

    ./freedomotic.sh

    work
     
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    @freedomotic: I was wondering as what technology you'll plan to use (instead of a Java GUI) for the web client UI? Node.js??

    Thanks.
    Guy
     
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    Freedomotic on Canonical Ubuntu Snappy Official Page ("Our Partners" section). A great result for our efforts!
    http://www.ubuntu.com/things
     
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    Hi all
    Freedomotic 5.6 Commander RC2 is out and can be downloaded from http://sourceforge.net/projects/freedomotic/files/freedomotic-commander-...
    We fixed some bugs and in particular included the first draft of a web client.
    After starting Freedomotic go to http://localhost:8090 in your browser and digit admin/admin as username/password.
    You can access from another pc in your network by changing in the previous URL "localhost" with the ip of the machine running Freedomotic.
    The web client doesn't have all features included in the java frontend but they can run at the same time.
    If you want to use only the web client please remove the folder "frontend-java" under plugins/devices.
    We need your help in different areas:
    - testing (not all browsers are 100% html5-compatible)
    - functionality
    - usability/UX
    - graphics/layout
    ...

    So report your comments/issues on https://goo.gl/CC65By
    If you want to contribute take a look at the source code https://github.com/freedomotic and at our tracking system http://freedomotic.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/issues?q=project:+{Web+app}

    Stay tuned!
     
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    Hi all
    Freedomotic 5.6 Commander RC3 is out and can be downloaded from https://sourceforge.net/projects/freedomotic/files/latest/download?source=recommended
    We fixed some bugs and introduced new funcionalities.

    A changelog is available on https://github.com/freedomotic/freedomotic/issues/119
    After starting Freedomotic go to http://localhost:8090 in your browser and digit admin/admin as username/password.
    You can access from another pc in your network by changing in the previous URL "localhost" with the ip of the machine running Freedomotic.
    The web client doesn't have all features included in the java frontend but they can run at the same time.
    If you want to use only the web client please remove the folder "frontend-java" under plugins/devices.
    We need your help in different areas:
    - testing (not all browsers are 100% html5-compatible)
    - functionality
    - usability/UX
    - graphics/layout
    ...

    So report your comments/issues on https://goo.gl/CC65By
    If you want to contribute take a look at the source code https://github.com/freedomotic and https://github.com/freedomotic/freedomotic/issues

    Stay tuned!
     
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    Who is leading the development of the intelligent, connected home - available to everybody?
    Among the pioneers we find the open source communities and makers who translate their passion for software and electronics into practical solutions to meet the needs of their families, friends and network.

    The Smart Home NOW roadshow has given visibility to SOULISS and FreeDOMOTIC, two interesting communities born in Italy, and to OpenHAB, an internationally well-known, open source platform. During the Bologna, Milan and Pisa events, several solutions have been demonstrated where these open source platforms have been integrated with commercial devices and open-hardware modules. In some cases, the open-source software has not only been used for supervision and user interfaces, but to connect and enable communication among devices/nodes of an intelligent home network.


    Read the full article http://www.daivai.com/maker-smart-home-en
     
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    Hello
    in the following video you can see our Telegram bot plugin in action.
    We need your feedback to improve it.
    Thanks

     

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