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Mi Temperature2 with xiaomi hygromether



  • @rubinho101 followup to @Bugsounet’s recommendation,

    npm init
    Will prompt u thru creating the package.json
    npm install ??? -save will add the library ?? to the package.json dependencies, so npm install will do the work.

    For non-node libraries, u can use the postinstall script to do the work for your pip libraries.

    And u could use sed to change the code u need to fix…



  • Thanks @rubinho101 I’ve the LYWSD03MMC version not the LYWSDCGQ so I don’t know if this actually will work…
    Instructions are detailed but seems quite confusing for a newbie like me…😕



  • @sdetweil thanks for your input. I have setup the package.json and postinstaller.sh. The postinstaller works fine when I run bash postinstaller.sh from the console. But when the package.json invokes the postinstaller I got the following errors:

    sh: 1: img/postinstaller.sh: Permission denied
    npm ERR! code ELIFECYCLE
    npm ERR! errno 126
    npm ERR! mmm-01zm@0.0.5 postinstall: `img/postinstaller.sh`
    npm ERR! Exit status 126
    npm ERR! 
    npm ERR! Failed at the mmm-01zm@0.0.5 postinstall script.
    npm ERR! This is probably not a problem with npm. There is likely additional logging output above.
    
    

    How can the shell be executed without giving it permissions / running it manually from the console?

    Thanks



  • @rubenix said in Mi Temperature2 with xiaomi hygromether:

    Thanks @rubinho101 I’ve the LYWSD03MMC version not the LYWSDCGQ so I don’t know if this actually will work…
    Instructions are detailed but seems quite confusing for a newbie like me…😕

    To my understanding there are some fundamental differences between the LYWSDCGQ and LYWSD03MMC. Whereas the former sends the data in the Advertisement Channels (so basically anyone can read the values), your sensor requires (a more privacy friendly) actual connection. I assume while this connection is established no other BLE devices can be parsed. https://github.com/JsBergbau/MiTemperature2 should work for your sensor. Maybe I find some time to integrate this library as well and a concept for BLE balancing depending on the type and number of sensors.



  • @rubinho101 said in Mi Temperature2 with xiaomi hygromether:

    @rubenix said in Mi Temperature2 with xiaomi hygromether:

    Thanks @rubinho101 I’ve the LYWSD03MMC version not the LYWSDCGQ so I don’t know if this actually will work…
    Instructions are detailed but seems quite confusing for a newbie like me…😕

    To my understanding there are some fundamental differences between the LYWSDCGQ and LYWSD03MMC. Whereas the former sends the data in the Advertisement Channels (so basically anyone can read the values), your sensor requires (a more privacy friendly) actual connection. I assume while this connection is established no other BLE devices can be parsed. https://github.com/JsBergbau/MiTemperature2 should work for your sensor. Maybe I find some time to integrate this library as well and a concept for BLE balancing depending on the type and number of sensors.

    yeah thats it, thats the link I posted on the 1st post actually, and it works with that indeed (read first post)



  • @rubinho101 u need to.mark the postinstall script executable.

    chmod +x filename 
    


  • @sdetweil I added the postinstaller.sh and I hope it’s easier for newbies to get the module run. In addition, I added an option for the SDS011 PM Air Quality sensor and a correction function based on current humidity.


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