Which package are you using? Where did you get it? And, how did you install it?
What OS do you use on your laptop?
I'm not able to install it that way. Could you please explain me step by step what you have tried so far?
Here are the steps I used:
Add Alex_T's repository
To configure the repository, add the following lines to
src/gz all http://repo.opkg.net/edison/repo/all src/gz edison
http://repo.opkg.net/edison/repo/edison src/gz core2-32
Update the package manager and install the first package we need:
opkg install git
Edison helper scripts
git clone https://github.com/drejkim/edison-scripts.git ~/edison-scripts # Add ~/edison-scripts to PATH echo 'export PATH=$PATH:~/edison-scripts' >> ~/.profile source ~/.profile
Then, run the following scripts:
# Resize /boot -- we need the extra space to add an additional kernel resizeBoot.sh # Install pip, Python's package manager installPip.sh # Install MRAA, the low level skeleton library for IO communication on Galileo, Edison, and other platforms installMraa.sh
At root of command line:
$ easy_install ouimeaux
wemoscript will discover devices in your environment and turn switches on and off. To list devices:
$ wemo list
And you should get the error I have.
Do you have any insights to how I can resolve this problem? I really want to get my program working.
I think this may be your python version, this error doesn't happen with 2.7.10
Thanks Jeff. Is there a guide anywhere that explains how to upgrade to python 2.7.10 on an Edison?
There may be a way to update Python but I don't know what it is. We needed scipy to run on our device so I created an image with a miniconda install based on some link I found in the forum. Basically this is like a sandboxed install of Python that can coexist with the version in the roots. Do a search for Edison, miniconda and it should show up