WATCHOUT – this is a Windows-only product.
You will be required to use Windows to reflash the firmware before you can use it.
It does not work with Linux, only Windows
WATCHOUT – Harmony Home Hub is NOT compatible with any Harmony remotes at this time. Compatibility will be available in early 2015.
- Logitech Harmony – Home Automation Hub & Remote Control; herein; 2015-01-16.
Still haven’t gotten the product to work. As in it doesn’t actually perform any actual function.. Just lots of configuration syncing and yak shaving culminating in it does not work. Using the Android app, it can turn on and off a Vizio TV from the cloud (where?) but that’s about it; the actual remote handset is DOA.
There are others who claim that they have gotten MyHarmony to work.
- Adam Williamson; Fedora 21, OwnCloud 7, Fedlet, and Logitech Harmony stuff; In His Blog; 2014-07-16.
tl;dr => discursive, claims success on MyHarmony remote config update; was not replicable on Fedora 19.
- MyHarmony doesn’t support Linux; various contributors; In MyHarmony Forums; 2013-07-23 -> 2015-01-01
- mhgui – a GUI to access the myharmony.com web service; Scott Talbert; 2012 & 2013.
Ultimately they will give you some *.exe file to run on your Windows box, so all the Windows-only browser lockin guard rails ahead of time can be put down to user experience goodness. But, again: AVOID.