...to the private homepage of Robert Loos.
Here you can find information about my first public project, the
a homeserver-daemon for the european installation bus (KNX/EIB).
I built a house with eib inside in 2003 and programmed a daemon for visualization and control which has reached a state it might be useful for others now. If you also have an eib installation and would like to make more of it, you are invited to try rleibd.
rleibd currently runs stable on my homeserver based on opensuse 10.2 and probably
will on other linuxes as well.
Just download the package and follow the hints you will find in the "doc" directory.
If you have special information on how to compile/use it on any other linux, please email me.
Meanwhile, some other projects have been added, namely
- An ultrasonic level meter for stormwater cisterns
- Some electronic-calculators I wrote during my work
- A little fun with photo diodes. Work has to be fun!
Note: the German version of my homepage may be more actual and may contain more information than the English version. If you understand German language I invite you to test it (click on "Diese Seite auf Deutsch" right on top of this page). There may be links in the menu carrying the german flag wich will take you to a page in german language. If you find something valuable what you do not understand, just drop me an email and I'll translate it as soon as possible.
Note also: English is not my native language. If you find something that could
be told in a more natural way, I would appreciate if you would send me a note.
I've learned English language at school and by reading datasheets :-) and, of course, by reading The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
ICBM: 49.4694, 11.20395
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