Hi Scott, thanks for the reply - I avoided expanding so as not to introduce new issues (my passing aquaintance with Linux), but as you’re here I’ll explain.
My install does indeed use a kar file - that’s not something I chose and I suppose it must be the default with openhabian. Running the script leaves nothing in either openhab.log or events.log. Script output below. I reset the openhab password this afternoon so I know that that is correct, but the output reads to me like an authorisation issue:
Script version: 1.2.8
***** SUMMARY *****
Addons path: /usr/share/openhab2/addons
openHAB account: openhab
Requested action: Install or upgrade Z-Wave binding
Current openHAB snapshot version: 2.5.10
Requested Z-Wave version: Development
Is this correct?
- Yes, start now
- No, take me back to the first menu
Uninstalling any managed binding(s) and installing serial transport…
… if prompted for a password for the Karaf console, the default password is ‘habopen’…
Logging in as openhab
No more authentication methods available
… a ‘No matching bundles’ error mesage is normal, if a binding had not been previously installed.
Backing up and uninstalling any unmanaged installs of Z-Wave…
!!! It has taken more than two minutes to uninstall the Z-Wave binding, so exiting !!!
openhab-cli info gives:
Version: 2.5.10-SNAPSHOT (#246)
User: openhab (Active Process 28091)
User Groups: openhab tty dialout sudo audio bluetooth gpio
Directories: Folder Name | Path | User:Group
----------- | ---- | ----------
OPENHAB_HOME | /usr/share/openhab2 | openhab:openhab
OPENHAB_RUNTIME | /usr/share/openhab2/runtime | openhab:openhab
OPENHAB_USERDATA | /var/lib/openhab2 | openhab:openhab
OPENHAB_CONF | /etc/openhab2 | openhab:openhab
OPENHAB_LOGDIR | /var/log/openhab2 | openhab:openhab
OPENHAB_BACKUPS | /var/lib/openhab2/backups | openhab:openhab