I have a Linear GD00Z Garage Door controller. It shows up in habmin as a NGD00Z-4. When I use the Paper UI or Habmin to link to the various channels, nothing seems to work. I have had no problem adding it to my network, but I cannot control it, nor will it update with the proper open close status. Here is what it shows up as in Habmin. I have also included the xml file. I have tried everything I can think of, granted I am still relatively new to openhab, and have been unsuccessful in making this item work. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
-bash: Active: command not found
-bash: 80: command not found
-bash: 126.96.36.199705311713: command not found
-bash: 201: command not found
-bash: ZWave: command not found
-bash: org.openhab.binding.zwave: command not found
I cannot get any of those commands to work. I am using a raspberry pi running openhabian. Sorry, I am really new to this. I am logged into the openhabian console, but cannot get the commands to show me any data?
Ok that makes sense. This is the first entry style device that I have installed. My next question is: how to do I manually install the correct zwave binding? I have never done this, and up until now, I have been using paper UI to install any bindings etc… I also should add, I am new to linux as well. I have learned a lot, but as you can probably tell, I’m still pretty green. Thanks for your help.
First of all (since you have already included secure devices): keep a copy of your network key
You can find the Network Security Key in PaperUI -> Configuration -> Things -> Controller -> Edit -> Show More
or HABmin -> Configuration -> Things -> Controller -> Z-Wave Network Settings
Then, go to PaperUI and remove all Z-Wave things (including the controller at the end). No need to exclude devices from the Z-Wave network… just delete the things from PaperUI.
Then, uninstall the “standard” Z-Wave binding from PaperUI (do not re-install it from PaperUI !)
Back to the openHABian console (Linux bash shell) now for the manual installation of the binding:
Login to the OH2 console and:
Hop onto PaperUI, re-introduce your controller (put back the Network Security Key), scan for things and configure them as usual.