I’ve already had a running openhab version but I am a bloody noob, I tried a lot and want a new “clean” version for my project, so I decided to reinstall openhab. (newest version from Github)
I followed the steps ->
The installation worked fine -> no errors
Tried to configure ->
-> Point 60 -> every point in Point 60 cannot “started” when I try to enter Samba or Openhab testing or “Packages” I get thrown to the main screen of openhabian-config without any action.
The second problem is, that I cant see my raspberry inside the network for visual studio anymore. Also, I cant connect to it with the windows explorer tried the DNS and the ip addr.
Followed these steps ->
I don’t know what am I doing wrong, I googled everything and tried to solve my problems with tons of solutions but nothing worked for me.
So can anyone help me step by step? cause I don’t get my fault at the moment <.<
Why do you want to use the 60s options then ? Why don’t you reflash ?
Use space bar to mark all the options you want.
I got a new version
I don’t really want to use the 60s options, this problem appears for me while i was trying to get the samba running.
But it sounds like my fault, I never used spacebar to mark <.<
Thought it will accept when I use enter to run the options.
I will test that later.
Otherwise, do you know why I always get a checksum error when i flash Openhab with Etcher ?
I try different SD Cars (SanDisk) maybe this is a new problem?
The Openhab Version still running, even though I get the checksum error after flashing.
If it happens every time your SD card is likely broken.
its the second SD Card now I don’t know what happen, but both are corrupt… wow…
ok now i installed the Samba -> created a user,
Workgroup is also set and I can ping both, but I can’t connect with the by the IP and the explorer to the pi… “to \192.168.178.50\ Could not be accessed”
only when I go to network and -> connect to network
I get a login screen, but my normal created user for samba won’t be accepted… I dont know why… the user openhab gets a warning
hope google translator work
You cannot access this shared folder because your organization’s security policies block unauthenticated guest access. These guidelines protect the PC from unsafe or harmful devices on the network.
looks like a windows problem <.<
someone got an idea?
Need to change some Windows setting…
Open group policies -> Computerconfiguration -> administrative -> Network -> LaMan Workstation -> unsafe guest registration change to active
This works for me!