OWFS (One Wire Filesystem) allows easy control of the 1-Wire bus under Linux. The bus can either be viewed in a Web browser (OWHTTPD) or as files (OWFS). This makes manipulating the 1-wire devices easy with shell scripts, Perl, C, and other programming languages. 1-Wire devices are intriguing chips made by Dallas Semi. They are cheap, uniquely numbered, and take minimal wiring to connect (a data/power line and ground are all that's required. Chip functions include memory, switches, counters, and sensors of temperature and voltage.
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|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release supports remote operation with OWSERVER, supports more adapters (usb, i2c, serial, network), and adds an anonymous FTP server mode.
Release Notes: Direct support for several languages (Perl, Python, Tcl, and PHP) and better support for BSD. Multiple buses and clients are allowed, including remote access to the 1-wire bus over a network. Embedded support for a number of processors is included.