python script to issue GPIO command

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HvdW
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python script to issue GPIO command

#1 Post by HvdW » 12 May 2019, 13:07

Hi,
Everything is running on my RPI.
I am using Domoticz to swith our boiler.
In Domoticz the command is:

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# Domoticz command is
http://192.168.2.25/control?cmd=GPIO,5,0
I want to implement this command in Python from my RPI.

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import requests

url = 'http://192.168.2.25'
query = {'cmd': 'GPIO,5,0'}
res = requests.post(url, data=query)
print(res.text)
This results in:

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<script language="javascript"><!--
function dept_onchange(frmselect) {frmselect.submit();}
//--></script><head><title>Strampke_02</title><style>* {font-family:sans-serif; font-size:12pt;}h1 {font-size:16pt; color:black;}h6 {font-size:10pt; color:black; text-align:center;}.button-menu {background-color:#ffffff; color:blue; margin: 10px; text-decoration:none}.button-link {padding:5px 15px; background-color:#0077dd; color:#fff; border:solid 1px #fff; text-decoration:none}.button-menu:hover {background:#ddddff;}.button-link:hover {background:#369;}th {padding:10px; background-color:black; color:#ffffff;}td {padding:7px;}table {color:black;}.div_l {float: left;}.div_r {float: right; margin: 2px; padding: 1px 10px; border-radius: 7px; background-color:#080; color:white;}.div_br {clear: both;}</style></head><h1>Welcome to ESP Easy: Strampke_02</h1><BR><a class="button-menu" href=".">Main</a><a class="button-menu" href="config">Config</a><a class="button-menu" href="hardware">Hardware</a><a class="button-menu" href="devices">Devices</a><a class="button-menu" href="tools">Tools</a><BR><BR>
Unknown command!<form><table><TH>System Info<TH><TH><TR><TD>Load:<TD>4% (LC=34480)<TR><TD>Uptime:<TD>2505 minutes<TR><TD>Wifi RSSI:<TD>-73 dB<TR><TD>IP:<TD>192.168.2.25<TR><TD>GW:<TD>192.168.2.254<TR><TD>Build:<TD>120<TR><TD>Core Version:<TD>2_3_0<TR><TD>Unit:<TD>2<TR><TD>STA MAC:<TD>dc:4f:22:18:09:98<TR><TD>AP MAC:<TD>de:4f:22:18:09:98<TR><TD>ESP Chip ID:<TD>1575320<TR><TD>Flash Chip ID:<TD>1458208<TR><TD>Flash Size:<TD>4096 kB<TR><TD>Sketch Size/Free:<TD>401 kB / 620 kB<TR><TD>Free Mem:<TD>27808<TR><TD>Boot cause:<TD>Cold boot<TR><TH>Node List:<TH>IP<TH>Age<TR><TD><TD></table></form><h6>Powered by www.esp8266.nu</h6></body>
It must be simple to change the code in a way that it works.
At the moment that is beyond my scope.
Help appreciated.

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Re: python script to issue GPIO command

#2 Post by enesbcs » 15 May 2019, 22:44

HvdW wrote:
12 May 2019, 13:07
I want to implement this command in Python from my RPI.
If you want to control your Raspberry with ESPEasy-like commands why don't you simply use RPIEasy? (with ESPEasy P2P networking it is able to use udp SendTo commands for remote espeasy control for example..)
viewtopic.php?p=34127#p34127

If this is not what you want, you may consider using something like this from python:

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import urllib.request
urllib.request.urlopen("http://192.168.2.25/control?cmd=GPIO,5,0",None,1)

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Re: python script to issue GPIO command

#3 Post by HvdW » 17 May 2019, 00:31

Thanks @enesbcs
RPIEasy looks great.
I'll shurely try it one of these days.

For now I'll gor for the urllib.request command
My ESP8266 with ESPEasy on it needs the command to switch a switch, that's all.
I wasn't able to find the proper code.
Thanks for helping out.

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