For the different scripts to work you will need to set up the global environment variable CIRCUSTOKEN which will let the server recognize you as a valid user.
Place it at the end of your /etc/bash.bashrc file, like this:
To find your token, log in, go to up-rigth corner photo and select account.
Follow the next steps to get get the circus commands described above available in your Raspberry.
- Make a temporary file and get in it
sudo mkdir ~/temp
- Get the debian package with all you need from our site
sudo wget https://circusofthings.com/deb/raspi/CircusRaspiLib.deb
- Unpack it and let it be installed
sudo dpkg -i CircusRaspiLib.deb
- Give permissions to the new files to be executable by your user
sudo chmod 755 /usr/local/bin/circus*
|Description||Implements ReadValue and WriteValue for Linux systems on commend line.|
|Hardware||Raspberry, PC or any running Linux Debian|