I’m currently migration from 1.8 to 2.0 and have the curious behavior that the Amazon Dash Button Binding get’s uninstalled with every restart. I’m using openHABian with a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and openhab.log shows the following entry:
[core.karaf.internal.FeatureInstaller] - Uninstalled 'openhab-binding-amazondashbutton'
In addition I’m currently using the following bindings without them getting uninstalled on restart:
- Astro Binding
- AVM FRITZ! Binding
- Exec Binding
- NTP Binding
Have you set any bindings in your
OPENHAB_CONF/services/addons.cfg file? (I think it’s
/etc/openhab2/services/addons.cfg in openHABian)
If yes: make sure that “amazondashbutton” is also included in the
binding = line.
Usually, this behavior (uninstall on startup) happens when you are using the
binding = line in the
addons.cfg file and these Add-ons are not explicitly defined there.
If you don’t define any binding in the
addons.cfg file (comment out that line), you won’t have this issue.
I see that you use 2.x version bindings only (which is great). A small note in case you will want to continue using the
binding = line and want to include a 1.x version binding: Remember to suffix the binding name with a “1” (see: Initial package selection and changed add-on ids)
Thanks for your fast reply - I only included ‘amazon’, not ‘amazondashbutton’ :-S