@Nate-Hales you said "I have alexa on the "Line in" with "Listen" enabled, so I can hear her and whatever is running on my windows 10"
I tried this with alexa and got some odd noises when she was listening so i had to unplug her. Did you have that problem and find a fix or just didnt have it? im in the same setup.. htpc does all the sound.
Also, the server I'm using this on hid the task bar icons, so it was a little while before I realized there was a place to right-click and pull up a GUI editor =P. The directions on your website are not incorrect.
@trigFox, I made it work on my Windows XP vm in a cmd window, so I'm confident I could make a non-GUI agent for Windows XP, like I did for Raspberry Pi. Are you interested in that?
If you're in a hurry, here's how you could do it now:
Copy all subfolders except the node_modules folder from the C:\Users\(youruser)\AppData\Local\TRIGGERcmdAgent\app-1.0.13\resources\app folder on a working 64bit Windows machine to a folder on your Windows XP box.
Install this version of node.js on your XP box: https://nodejs.org/dist/v0.12.4/node-v0.12.4-x86.msi
Open the "Node.js command prompt".
CD to your folder.
Type this, and ignore the errors: npm install
Type this: node src\agent.js --console
I downloaded curl-7.46.0-win64-local.msi from that page and installed it. That's all you should need because it will put curl.exe in a folder and add that folder to your PATH environment variable - so the TRIGGERcmd will be able to find it.
To test it outside of TRIGGERcmd, just open a cmd prompt and type: