the led-color is set by a bit-mask: 1111 1111
first block sets the color of the led to green, the second block to red.
if both --> orange
<number> is the byte or hex value of the bit-mask
Based on that and the previous quote I think this:Example 5.8. Pyramid: How to use the LED output from the client
telnet localhost 13666
will light up LEDs 3, 4 and 9.
will clear all LEDs.
bummer. . . "huh? Invalid command "input"" . . .
Sounds like you have it going then? Awesome if so! Can you share your code/script so others can see how you did it?. . . I had to make an code to load (at beggining) and to save (at finish) the "last_state", so I can change just a specifc led, and not the 4 ones