MAKE THINGS SMART WITH HOMEKIT AND RASPBERRY PI

MAKE THINGS SMART WITH HOMEKIT AND RASPBERRY PI

Por Devendra Tewari

“As an avid iOS user I have been keen on using HomeKit. That’s when I read about a new – and currently free – HomeKit app in the iOS App Store called Hesperus. I don’t have a HomeKit compatible thing at home, but a quick internet search revealed that I could run a HomeKit compatible service called homebridge on a Raspberry Pi. This post only goes so far as configuring a fictitious light bulb plugin that can be controlled remotely.”

Setup Raspberry Pi Image

I decided to download a headless (console-only) version of Raspbian called RASPBIAN JESSIE LITE. Instructions for setting up an SD card appropriately can be found here. I tend to use the Windows based Win32 Disk Imager, I trust it and have used it – for as long as I can remember – to write Ubuntu ARM images.

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