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X10 devices are controlled by the LinuxMCE system using a [[CM11A]] module connected to the core's serial port.  This module gets plugged into an electrical wall outlet to send X10 signals throughout the power lines of the house.
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X10 devices are controlled by the LinuxMCE system using a [[CM11A]] module connected to the core's serial port.  This module gets plugged into an electrical wall outlet to send X10 signals throughout the power lines of the house.

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X10 devices are controlled by the LinuxMCE system using a CM11A module connected to the core's serial port. This module gets plugged into an electrical wall outlet to send X10 signals throughout the power lines of the house.