A CGI interface for x10
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BlueLava is a GPL'd CGI script that uses various commandline
x10 utilities to control supported x10 devices. BlueLava was created so
that you had the ability to control stuff remotely through a web
browser, my interest in BlueLava and x10 led me to add basic WAP
support, as you don't always have a Web Browser with you. Also
it's cool to be able to turn the lights on at home, when you are
running late, and it's getting
For those that had problems downloading, or filling in the feedback form, I must apologise, my ISP killed their CGI server, and failed to tell me. So for about 2 months things haven't been working.
For anyone who's interested, this Project is still alive, I've had a busy year (I got married) and a PSU failure (that killed my system) both of which pushed development of BlueLava onto a back burner. I have now returned to development of BlueLava and have recently just completed support for WiSH and Administration of BlueLava.
Current Development is working towards: Logging actions made via BlueLava,
2 way module support (eg, status reporting) and Localisation support.
BlueLava was created by Bruce A. Locke and is now maintained by Ian Wilkinson.
BlueLava v0.3 was the second stable version released.
For more information on the state of x10 support under Linux/Unix, visit Neil Cherry's Linux Home Automation page.
This version has been tested by myself and many others and does work fine, if you do have any problems please contact me or try the new mailing list (Subscribing by e-mailing email@example.com) and I will try to
help you solve them. I will announce new versions on the mailing list. I will also ask for pre-release testers.
Here is an example of what BlueLava v0.4.3 looks like (The example is not a functional demo).
Please fill out the form on the Download page so that I can continue to work on BlueLava on the most wanted features.
If you wish to speed up the development, or just want to express your thanks, you can now donate to the BlueLava fund.I recommend that you try out WeBuilder for editing of HTML/CSS/PHP.
Ian Wilkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)