Domoleaf is free software for home automation. It installs on a computer used as a domotic server.
It is composed of several modules:
- Web Interface
- API json
- A control daemon
- Several daemons each linked to a protocol
You can link multiple domotic boxes to control a larger system or with multiple protocols.
Pre required equipment
The software was tested on X64 architecture and armhf. It has been tested on the following systems:
- BeagleBone Black
- Raspberry Pi B/B+/2
For the server:
- 500 MHz
- 128MB memory
- 1GB storage
- An Ethernet port
- KNX : IP/USB/Serial
- EnOcean : USB/Serial
Pre required system
The software is developed for systems based on Debian GNU/Linux.
- Debian 7 Wheezy Linux
- Debian Linux 8 Jessie
- Ubuntu 12.04 Precise
- Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty
- Ubuntu 15.10 Wily
- Debian 8 Jessie GNU Hurd
- Debian 8 Jessie KFreeBSD
Pre required software
- Mariadb or MySQL
- PHP >= 5.3
- PHP librairies : apc, curl and gd
Apache is not officially supported. We just have to adapt URL rewriting. The Web panel is developed with PDO but others scripts only support MariaDB / MySQL.
- Python >= 3.3
- Python librairies : crypto, mysql, pyasn1, pycurl, rsa and scapy
The created packages can be installed on all systems based on Debian.
Beforehand KNX development packages (knxd-dev and knxd-tools) must be installed (https://github.com/knxd/knxd).
Clone the repository
git clone https://github.com/V-Paranoiaque/Domoleaf.git cd Domoleaf
Installation of dependencies and creating packages
Ubuntu 12.04 and legacy systems.
We begin by installing the “slave” package.
dpkg -i domoslave_*.deb apt-get -f install
The “master” package.
dpkg -i domomaster_*.deb apt-get -f install
Restart, the administration interface will be available from your server’s IP.