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  • #61
    Actually, just checked the code and all is OK so scrub my last post.

    Make sure that you have disabled requiring a local user name and password.
    Jon

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    • #62
      Local user name and password are not required...
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      • #63
        For an experiment, in your Settings.ini, please change [Settings] to [settings]

        (Lowercase S)

        Then try and call the page.

        I assume this is on Linux?

        Jon

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        • #64
          Yes, this is Linux:
          HomeSeer Version: HS3 Pro Edition 3.0.0.548
          Linux version: Linux debian 4.9.0-12-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.9.210-1 (2020-01-20) x86_64 GNU/Linux System

          So, I played with your suggestion: [settings] versus [Settings]. I clued in that my ini is settings.ini after re-reading your error message "...recorded in the Settings.ini file". I renamed mine to Settings.ini and low and behold the control option worked, regardless of whether the section name was [settings] or [Settings]. I then went into HS3 Setup and found that it recreated settings.ini for me. So, your script is not case sensitive in the section naming, but it is when it comes to the name of the HS3 setting file, which is all lowercase on Linux. For now, I've created a link for Settings.ini to settings.ini so your script is happy and so is HS3!

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          • #65
            Many thanks for your diagnostics. I've already made the change and will update the download over the next few days.
            Jon

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            • #66
              You're welcome! The problem is Windows is not really case sensitive with filenames whereas Linux is. It would be nice if HS took that into consideration.
              I have seen other areas in my HomeSeer installation where I have duplicate folder names, like Scripts & scripts, Images & images, Temp & temp, etc. Must get around to amalgamating them now and symlinking them with capitalized names...

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              • #67
                Now updated for download
                Jon

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