William H. Magill on 24 Aug 2005 07:06:21 -0000

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Re: [PLUG] Linux hardware monitors

On 23 Aug, 2005, at 21:02, Kam Salisbury intoned:
If anyone has pointers to howto's with specific examples of using linux to monitor a boiler's temperature, please post them to the list. Hardware used is important as well.

Kam Salisbury

Some of the best probes are associated with the Dallas Semi-conductor "1-Wire" hardware.
(also search for "iButton")

If I remember correctly "MisterHouse" (source forge) supports a whole variety of monitors from different sources.

William H. Magill
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