Assuming you’re using an RPI with Openhabian: Yes you can, just follow the installation guidelines on their website
I followed it and can confirm it works. Only you will not be able to use the GUI, just use the browser (ipadressOfTheRPI:80)
edit: change port 80 with the instructions of Wolfgang_S.
No internet connection necessary, only for updating the application or the stick.
Raspbian, Ubuntu, Windows 10 and Windows 7 are supported.
I own a Cubietruck. I was only able to run it on a docker environment as the precompiled binaries do not work on my platform and I had troubles to get it complied on my own.
The Deconz docker works fine, I can turn on an off my lamps, but it’s still not clear for me if I can use the Conbee II without Deconz.
But even when I create the zigbee.things file in openhab:
Bridge deconz:deconz:homeserver [ host=“10.0.20.40”, port=8088 ]
It didnt show me the UID
openhab> things show deconz:deconz:homeserver
Could not find thing with UID deconz:deconz:homeserver
You can’t use conbee without deconz. OpenHAB doesn’t have a native control for it.
The binding you need is the Hue binding. With this you can control lights and outlet switches. The deconz binding is only for sensors and control switches.
I have a raspbee and with works flawless with deconz and the hue binding.