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 The NetHomeServer is a software/​hardware project for home automation. The core functionality of the home automation server is to integrate functions like lamp control, temperature measurements and control of audio and video equipment into one framework where it is possible to mix and match devices from different vendors and build features which integrate functions from all kind of units. The core is a server program which is easy to install and runs on Windows, Linux and MAC OSX (probably on many others as well). The NetHomeServer is a software/​hardware project for home automation. The core functionality of the home automation server is to integrate functions like lamp control, temperature measurements and control of audio and video equipment into one framework where it is possible to mix and match devices from different vendors and build features which integrate functions from all kind of units. The core is a server program which is easy to install and runs on Windows, Linux and MAC OSX (probably on many others as well).
  
-  ​* [[nethomeserverfeatures|See here for a list of features]] +Visit the new project site at [[http://​www.opennethome.org]] 
-  * [[goals|See here for the goals of the project]]+ 
 +  ​* [[http://​opennethome.org|Project Home Site]] 
 +  * [[http://​opennethome.org/​features/​|See here for a list of features]] 
 +  * [[http://​opennethome.org/​goals/|See here for the goals of the project]]
   * [[forusers|For Home Automation users]]   * [[forusers|For Home Automation users]]
   * [[fordevelopers|For Home Automation Developers]]   * [[fordevelopers|For Home Automation Developers]]
-  * [[screenshots|See screen shots for the GUI:s]] +  * [[http://​opennethome.org/​screen-shots/​|See screen shots for the GUI:s]]
-  * [[nethomeservercurrentstate|Current state of the project]]+
   * [[nethomeserverdownload|Download Page]]   * [[nethomeserverdownload|Download Page]]
   * [[http://​nethomeserver.blogspot.com/​|Development Blog]]   * [[http://​nethomeserver.blogspot.com/​|Development Blog]]
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-==== News ==== 
-  * 2012-08-05 - Support for RaspberryPi in the nightly build, see [[http://​nethomeserver.blogspot.se/​2012/​08/​home-automation-on-raspberrypi.html | BLOG]] {{:​analyzer:​new.png|}} 
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-  * 2012-04-29 - NetHomeServer 0.10 is released with a totally new WEB GUI! See [[nethomeserver_release010|Release Notes NetHomeServer 0.10]] 
-  * 2010-10-04 - [[homehw|Added examples of how to build interfaces for controlling Radio and IR devices]] ​ 
  
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 ==== Supported Systems ==== ==== Supported Systems ====
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 [[fs20|{{:​fs20total.jpg|FS20}}]] The [[fs20|FS20]] system for remote control of lamps and appliencies via radio. [[fs20|Read more...]] [[fs20|{{:​fs20total.jpg|FS20}}]] The [[fs20|FS20]] system for remote control of lamps and appliencies via radio. [[fs20|Read more...]]
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-[[x10|{{:​x10total.jpg|X10}}]] The [[x10|X10]] system for remote control of lamps and appliencies via the mains wires. [[x10|Read more...]] 
  
 [[NexaSystem|{{:​nexatotal.jpg|Nexa}}]] The [[NexaSystem|Nexa]] system (also sold as Chacon or Elro AB600) for remote control of lamps and appliencies via radio. [[NexaSystem|Read more...]] [[NexaSystem|{{:​nexatotal.jpg|Nexa}}]] The [[NexaSystem|Nexa]] system (also sold as Chacon or Elro AB600) for remote control of lamps and appliencies via radio. [[NexaSystem|Read more...]]
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 ==== Compare Systems ==== ==== Compare Systems ====
 The different systems have different prices and feature sets. See [[comparesystems|here]] for a comparison between the systems. The different systems have different prices and feature sets. See [[comparesystems|here]] for a comparison between the systems.
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