Linux Home Automation for the Masses

Minerva relies on a number of underlying technologies. They are all lightweight enough to be installed on all systems, even if they're not used. However, for completeness, WebFace and WARP are only necessary if you are using the web browser to control the Minerva applets. Cosmic is only needed if you have an X10 RF transmitter.

Bearskin is the abstraction layer for the controller software, and is always necessary.

Minerva installs itself into

and adopts the familar
directory structure from Unix.

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