I’m on a RPi 4, 2mb memory - just migrating from openhab 2.5.9 to openhab 3.0.0 and switching from a openhabian based setup to a docker based setup.
I started rebuilding from scratch (switching from a file based setup to a setup configured within the web interface) and I’m on RaspiOS lite: 2021-01-11-raspios-buster-armhf-lite.zip, and Docker version 20.10.2, build 2291f61 - Openhab3 image is pulled as the latest from docker hub.
Openhab 3.0.0 docker image works fine, is configured to run in network mode “host”, wifi devices is found by the correct bindings, zwave and zigbee usb sticks working fine after adding the USB devices to the container
But I have not found any working way of making the Rpi’s built-in bluetooth work - I’ve also tried with the cotainer in privileged mode.
running “hcitool dev” at the host returns the mac address of hci0
There’s no hcitool inside the openhab image from docker hub
I’ve be trying to add a bluetooth bridge as “Bluetooth BlueZ adapter” - manually specifying the MAC adress retrieved from “hcitool dev” at the host, but always get communication error.
I have the same problem when trying to do the same in a docker image of “openhab 2.5.9”
Anyone know how to solve this issue? - I’m already running the container in “host” mode, and privileged mode does not make any difference.