thanks a lot for the detailed description. That should work for me I will implement it into my habpanel though.
If I am not mistaken, this should work without your recently sent jar (because it's actually running through the pybotvac, not the binding?), so your decsription should also work with the lastest jar by @scurb?
Yes, I did. I removed the folder above (/usr/local/bin/pybotvac) and installed pybotvac again. Still the same issue.
Should I find any pybotvac somewhere else then (e.g. in /usr/bin/ or such?). Is the (manual) adjustment of etc/profiles needed at all (rolled this back already).
What about /var/mail/ I don't get the point of mail beeing involved somehow.
In the log I find: Execution failed (Exit value: -559038737. Caused by java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "/etc/openhab2/scripts/neato-botvac-getlastmap.py" (in directory "."): error=2, Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden).
When I try to execute it in the console I usually try: su pi /etc/openhab2/scripts/neato-botvac-getlastmap.py and get the errors mentioned in my previous post
GOT IT: In the rule I needed "python" in the executeCommand line: executeCommandLine("python /etc/openhab2/scripts/neato-botvac-getlastmap.py", 5000)
at first sorry for my bad english
Is it possible to install your API as a normal Binding? I’m a really noob relating python and so on.
Can in manually install the binding via the jar file by adding it to the addons file?
I’ve tried to install the api with python and it seems to work, but now i’m not sure how to find it in the Paper UI?!
I just stumbled over this thread and couldn’t get around to wonder why everyone is asking for a binding jar via mail. Did you consider providing the jar publicly? You could upload to any of the establishes file hosters (like Dropbox or Google Drive) or ideally publish it directly to the dedicated Eclipse IoT Marketplace.
Edit: After inspecting this thread a bit more I realized that the binding was originally developed by @scurb but development stopped 7 months ago. @fatman42285 did you consider contributing a Pull Request against the original repository? @scurb are you still active here? As it seems many are happily using the binding, how about you provide it to the main openhab2-addons repository?