Permalink
Find file Copy path
Fetching contributors…
Cannot retrieve contributors at this time
81 lines (72 sloc) 3.88 KB
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Containers>
<Name>AmazonEcho-HA-Bridge</Name>
<Date>2015-08-20</Date>
<Description>
Bridge Amazon Echo with your home automation controller for voice control of connected devices (tested with Vera, but should work with any HA device that accepts http commands)[br][br]
[b][u][span style='color: #E80000;']Configuration[/span][/u][/b][br]
[b]/config[/b] This is where the configuration and library files will reside[br][br]
Don't forget to enter in the unraid server IP in Advanced View[br][br]
See the linked thread for setup instructions: http://forum.micasaverde.com/index.php/topic,31920.msg231970.html#msg231970[br][br]
[span style='color: #E80000;']Important[/span]: The new webUI makes it much easier to manage devices. By default, it runs on port 8080. If you really really really need to change it, you can add/modify SERVERPORT environment variable under advanced settings and set it to your choice of port, but if you do, you also have to modify the WebUI url. Read the post linked here for further instructions: https://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=39413.msg367707#msg367707[br]
</Description>
<Overview>
[b][u][span style='color: #E80000;']This container has been deprecated!!! Please install the container titled "Home Automation Bridge" as it does the same and more!![/span][/u][/b][br]
Bridge Amazon Echo with your home automation controller for voice control of connected devices (tested with Vera, but should work with any HA device that accepts http commands)[br]
See the linked thread for setup instructions:[br]
http://forum.micasaverde.com/index.php/topic,31920.msg231970.html#msg231970
</Overview>
<Support>http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=39413.0</Support>
<Registry>https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/aptalca/docker-amazon-echo-ha-bridge/</Registry>
<GitHub>https://github.com/aptalca/docker-amazon-echo-ha-bridge</GitHub>
<Repository>aptalca/docker-amazon-echo-ha-bridge</Repository>
<BindTime>true</BindTime>
<Privileged>false</Privileged>
<Networking>
<Mode>host</Mode>
</Networking>
<Environment>
<Variable>
<Name>SERVERIP</Name>
<Value></Value>
</Variable>
<Variable>
<Name>SERVERPORT</Name>
<Value>8080</Value>
</Variable>
</Environment>
<Data>
<Volume>
<HostDir></HostDir>
<ContainerDir>/config</ContainerDir>
<Mode>rw</Mode>
</Volume>
</Data>
<WebUI>http://[IP]:[PORT:8080]/configurator.html</WebUI>
<Banner></Banner>
<Icon>http://www.cdrinfo.com/Images/Uploaded/Amazon_Echo_logo_120.jpg</Icon>
<Beta>False</Beta>
<Category>HomeAutomation:</Category>
<Changes>
[center][font size=5]AmazonEcho-HA-Bridge Change Log[/font][/center]
[center][font size=5]This container has been deprecated!!! Please install the container titled "Home Automation Bridge" as it does the same and more!![/font][/center]
[font size=4]2015.08.20[/font]
- Set max memory for java so it doesn't tie up unnecessary ram
- Allow for custom version install by setting environment variable VERSION=0.X.X under advanced settings
[font size=4]2015.08.17[/font]
- Updated jar to latest version 0.2.1
- The bridge now runs as user nobody instead of root
- Updated to phusion 0.9.17 baseimage
[font size=4]2015.07.16[/font]
- Updated to release 0.2.0
- Removed custom configurator.html as it is no longer needed
[font size=4]2015.06.24[/font]
- You can now change the server port if you really really really want to. But make sure you read the description about possible issue with the WebUI button.
[font size=4]2015.06.05[/font]
- Enabled WebUI for much easier device management
[font size=4]2015.05.31[/font]
- Update to 0.1.3 - Dimming function added
[font size=4]2015.05.22[/font]
- Initial release
</Changes>
</Containers>