Utility to control X10 Firecracker devices for home automation
A command-line utility to interact with the Firecracker version of
X10's home control devices (wireless home automation to control lights,
cameras, appliances via a small transmitter that plugs into the standard
RS-232 serial port of a computer).
Also included is rocket launcher, a graphical frontend to bottlerocket.
If you want this functionality you should have wish (tk8.3 or tk8.4 - the
Tcl/Tk interpreter) installed.
bottlerocket for Debian
This package uses debconf to configure the /dev/firecracker symlink,
should you need to change the symlink in the future run this command:
dpkg-reconfigure -pmedium bottlerocket
That will then prompt you for your new serial port and modify the
symlink. This is required for proper use of bottlerocket.
The INSTALL file talks about the group
BottleRocket is an interface to the X10 FireCracker home automation
kit. The FireCracker kit consists of a dongle-like RF transmitter
that connects to the serial port of a PC, and a receiver that plugs
into a wall socket and intercepts the signals, passing them on
through house wiring to other units that turn appliances on/off or
dim/brighten lamps. It doesn't support an
br - utility to interact with Firecracker device
br [options] [housecode[list]] [native command] ...
This manual page documents briefly the br command. br is a
program that interacts with X10's Firecracker device allowing
the user to manipulate X10 devic
bottlerocket (0.05b3-14.1+b1) sid; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for hurd-i386;
This package was debianized by Ashley Clark <email@example.com> on
Sat, 31 Jul 1999 00:24:39 -0500.
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