I have trouble with my Nanoleafs. They lock, so that I cannot use the Nanoleaf app and any effect of the lights stops (changing colors). Some times it is possible for Openhab to change to another lightsetting, but not always, and it is is not possible for Openhab to turn the panels off
Running openHABian on RPi4, after upgrading to latest openHABian version / M5 (coming from M4), all my manual installed bundles remains in status resolved. Need to run bundle:start <bundleId> to get the bundles active, which works fine.
However, if I reboot, the bundles end up as resolved once again, and “manual” start of the bundles is required.
After having the system settle for a day, I can now reboot, and all my bundles become active automatically, and within reasonable time.
People please don’t post any type of issue here just because it happens to you on latest milestone.
This thread is when you have identified issues with the code of this milestone, i.e. they started to appear in this version and are not present in earlier ones.
For anything else such as identifying your problem in the first place, determining if it’s really an undesired software behavior and which software version it is with, please open your own thread(s).
uh oh… we’re being bold again… … tbh I’m a bit lost with the semantics of that argument Markus…the grand title wherein I (and others) posted does say ‘OH 3.2 discussion’.
Admittedly my issue first appeared going from 3.1.0.M4 to 3.1 stable (so I stayed on 3.1.0.M4) BUT it is still persisting (for me) in the 3.2 Milestones! I did ask about it under a 3.1 discussion back in July but got no answers really, so it seemed reasonable/ok/not off topic to raise it here in the hope of some enlightenment…
Markus is right here - this thread is specifically meant to report regressions that come up with milestone builds and is the corresponding discussion thread for the announcements in openHAB 3.2 Milestone Builds.
Keeping the scope to direct regressions over previous milestone builds helps the maintainers to ensure that nothing was accidentally broken, which is what we all want to avoid here.