- Platform information:
- Hardware: CPUArchitecture/RAM/storage RPI 3
- OS: what OS is used and which version Raspbian 10 Buster
- Java Runtime Environment: which java platform is used and what version 11.0.9
- openHAB version: openhab 2
- Issue of the topic: default sitemap not picked up by Basic UI
So I created a default.sitemap in /etc/openhab2/sitemaps
sitemap default label=“My first sitemap”
Switch item=Switch=Bureau label=“Switch Bureau”
I have a items file.
The default was added to the BasicUI configuration, according to the tutorial https://www.openhab.org/docs/tutorial/sitemap.html
But BasicUI still says there is none configured.
What am I doing wrong? Everything else seems to work.
Java Runtime Environment: which java platform is used and what version 11.0.9
openHAB version: openhab 2
openHAB 2 requires Java 8, not 11.
I have just installed the java jdk (latest)
sudo apt install default-jdk
should I downgrade to 8?
pi@rpiCloudkey:/etc/openhab2/sitemaps $ java -version
openjdk version "11.0.9" 2020-10-20
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 11.0.9+11-post-Raspbian-1deb10u1)
OpenJDK Server VM (build 11.0.9+11-post-Raspbian-1deb10u1, mixed mode)
Certainly. openHAB 3 when it is released will use Java 11. For a RPI 3 Zulu Java is strongly recommended.
The easiest way for a Pi is to flash the latest openHABian image. It makes resolving dependencies much simpler and you should not run any other services on a Pi 3 anyway.
OK, I just thought I could run it on the same PI with the Unifi cloudkey in order to save up hardware and consumption, but I’ll set up a new one.
Do you by any chance have any idea what the default pasword is for the user pi on Openhabian? Doesn’t seem to be “raspberry”
You can still install unifi cloudkey on openHabian. Basically it is a Raspbian/Debian with some helper thingies for openHAB.
True but the developer, @mstormi strongly recommends against running much, especially on a Pi 3