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Python Loxone Action Problems


Hi Folks,

i am trying to remote my smarthome with the action content but it won't work. My Platform: Microsoft Vista with Kodi 17.1 RC - only for testing because my RPi3+ isn't there at the moment. NAS mybooklive with my movie collection.

I Installed python 2 and 3 and i  got a script from the www sending UDP Packets to my Loxone System. When i executed the .py scripts with the local python application everything works fine and my lights are getting out - YES.. :-)

But when i Try to run it via CV it won't work.

First of all i read the documentation with  this:

My CV Folder is on the NAS storage in the Folder "Trailer", so i put the .cvaction File in the action Folder but everything i got is this (screenshot down below).

My script contains the follwing input - but nothing works... what do i make wrong? Actual i am trying it to run it local on my machine - next step should be trying to set it up in the NAS.


Actual it seems i am havin syntax problems... but what is the right syntax? I copied the same content from the guidline but it won't work... any ideas?

My LichtAus.py looks like this - this is working with Python 3

import socket

UDP_IP = ""
UDP_PORT = 6080

print("UDP target IP:", UDP_IP)
print("UDP target port:", UDP_PORT)
print("message:", MESSAGE)

sock = socket.socket(socket.AF_INET, socket.SOCK_DGRAM) # UDP
sock.sendto(bytes(MESSAGE, "utf-8"), (UDP_IP, UDP_PORT))







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