Executes yadtshell commands triggered by a yadtbroadcaster.
Since yadtreceiver is a python application you can install it using
sudo pip install yadtreceiver
Unfortunately tar will not set the permissions as required:
sudo chmod 755 /etc/init.d/yadtreceiver
Put a file called receiver.cfg into the directory /etc/yadtshell/
[receiver] log_filename = /var/log/yadtreceiver.log targets = dev* targets_directory = /etc/yadtshell/targets script_to_execute = /usr/bin/yadtshell [broadcaster] host = broadcaster.domain.tld port = 8081
targets is a whitelist with glob-like expressions, like
foo* will match
everything starting with
foobaz, etc. The receiver will
watch the targets directory for target configurations which names are covered
by the whitelist and subscribe to them without the need to restart the receiver.
After installation you will find a minimal service script in
Maybe you want/need to modify the script to make it fit to your *nix
sudo service yadtreceiver start
The receiver can be operated in a cluster by subscribing several receivers to the same target. They will then decide which receiver fulfills the request by issuing votes and using the following state machine:
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