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homebridge/homebridge-raspbian-image is an open source project licensed under BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Blocking IP camera from pinging China
  • HomeKit cat scarer
    reddit.com/r/HomeKit | 2021-04-07
    I highly recommend the homebridge image for ease of use, since you have multiple Pis.
  • Manual to use non-Homekit devices with Homekit (using Raspberry Pi & Homebridge)
  • Is config.json file size is limited?
    Upgrade from HOOBS to Homebridge and thank me later: https://github.com/homebridge/homebridge-raspbian-image/wiki/How-to-migrate-from-HOOBS-to-Homebridge
  • Changing from google home to homekit
    reddit.com/r/HomeKit | 2021-04-02
    Homebridge for rasp pi
  • HOOBS to Homebridge Follow Up - THANK YOU
    Homebridge has a free and official Raspbian image which includes Config-UI-X. Couldn't be simpler: https://github.com/homebridge/homebridge-raspbian-image
    How To Migrate From HOOBS To Homebridge · homebridge/homebridge-raspbian-image Wiki · GitHub
  • Yes/No?
    Just for further proof here is how the offical image installs the required packages to run homebridge: https://github.com/homebridge/homebridge-raspbian-image/blob/master/stage3_homebridge/00-node-install/00-packages
  • deCONZ on homebridge with Raspberry Pi 2 doesn't seem to find anything.
    Ok for everyone who also runs into the problem... I filed this ticket as it looks to me that there are some instructions from the originl DeCONZ / Phoscon side missing https://github.com/homebridge/homebridge-raspbian-image/issues/46 After doing this the RaspBee I shows up correctly for me and I can connect devices.
  • Can't figure out how to set static IP. dhcpcd.conf does not seem to be used
    Check this wiki page. https://github.com/homebridge/homebridge-raspbian-image/wiki/How-To-Set-A-Static-IP-Address
  • Hey Siri... Party Time! (A $50 recommendation)
    reddit.com/r/HomeKit | 2021-03-21
    Yep! A Raspberry Pi plus the official homebridge image is the easiest way to get started. As for IR blasters, the only ones I have experience with are the Broadlink RM line, but there are others like the Logitech Harmony, you just need to make sure there is a homebridge plugin for them
  • Best way to run pihole on a RPI already running homebridge?
  • Can't Access Hoobs Box
    reddit.com/r/HOOBS | 2021-03-19
  • Hey Siri turn off the lights, Siri: “which room?” Me: the only room with lights on.
    reddit.com/r/HomeKit | 2021-03-18
    Well, I can offer this. If you have any issues whatsoever with HOOBS, I'd encourage you to try the latest Homebridge image instead. It has evolved considerably in the past 18 months and smokes HOOBS in every way. It has a web interface now and a much more robust infrastructure. I switched from a HOOBS setup with a dozen plugins, and specifically 6 Ring cameras, over to a Homebridge setup instead, and the difference is like night and day. It's so much faster, and more reliable, on the exact same Raspberry Pi hardware.