The Raspberry Pi and other small single-board computers are quite famous platforms for openHAB. However, setting up a fully working Linux system with all recommended packages and openHAB recommendations is a boring task taking quite some time and Linux newcomers shouldn’t worry about these technical details.
A home automation enthusiast doesn’t have to be a Linux enthusiast!
openHABian aims to provide a self-configuring system specific to the needs of every openHAB user.
Ready to install images are available for the Raspberry Pi and the Pine A64. openHABian can also be used on existing Debian based Linux systems. Follow the links below to learn more:
In this thread I’m going to announce updates to openHABian.
- Aug 30 - Version 0.7
- Sep 13 - Version 0.8
- Sep 15 - Version 0.9
- Sep 30 - On the future of openHABian
- Oct 04 - What is a “successfull installation”
- Oct 06 - Short Update Changelog
- Oct 06 - Install on Debian/Ubuntu
- Oct 29 - Update Changelog
- Nov 08 - Shoutout RaZberry
- Dec 02 - Update Changelog
- Dec 16 - Version 1.0
- Jan 10 - openHAB Repository changes
- Jan 23 - openHAB 2.0 has arrived!
- Feb 18 - Version 1.1
- Mar 17 - Version 1.2
- Jun 16 - Version 1.3
- Dec 18 - Version 1.4
Please check these and other postings in between to stay up to date. You might want to set the notification setting of this thread to “Tracking”.
Feel free to ask any openHABian related question in the comments below. Please remember, that openHABian is a customized Raspbian (Debian) Linux and installs openHAB unmodified…
- Please do not ask generic Linux questions you might find a quicker answer for on Google.
- Please do not ask generic openHAB questions, check the forum for existing threads otherwise create a new one.
If a posting in a new thread is or might be related to openHABian, add the openhabian tag to your posting.
Besides all the above, if you are unsure, do not hesitate to leave a comment in this thread.