That’s okay but please let me know if I should make that more clear The Port in the Linux article could also be extended to contain more details.
i want to copy my existing openhabian to a new SD-Card…How can i handle this?
Hey! You should be fine just moving the image from one card to the other.
One thing you’ll have to look out for: Different sizes of the old and new SD card could be a problem. That is a bigger issue if the new one is smaller, which I do not expect. There are multiple solutions out there, good luck!
haha i know to change the sd-card from one hardware to another…i mean how can i handle to move the whole image or how can i create an image of the existing openhab2 to move it from 16GB to 8GB
Edit: Can i just add a new file with myopenhabimg.img and then read from win32diskimager?
Edit2: Is a class 4 sd-card enough or should i be a class 10?
@philKrylc @Noircogi the host.key change introduced more problems than it solved and was reverted. You may see some transitioning effects but everything should work as before now. https://github.com/openhab/openhab-distro/issues/399
Best Regards, Thomas
Any ideas why there isn’t a logs folder and files?
Have you checked in /var/log/openhab2/?
just some remarks:
- under features - raspberry pi specific: you could also mention menu options 20 - 22
- under quick start: Raspberry Pi: small typo in the sentence
This system will install Raspbian followed by openHAB and a the mentioned settings and tools.
- cosmetic: you may want to consider exchanging Linux with GNU/Linux
- may be it’s an option to add some words regarding how to change the default passwords
As @scottk already said, you are checking in the wrong spot: http://docs.openhab.org/installation/linux.html#file-locations
@ThomDietrich: Thanks for your help.
But what if I have already run the updates?
“OK - No remote changes detected. You are up to date.”
By the way: I very like your first version of the openHABian doc article
Ah, Sorry for the cryptic answer Yvonne.
What I was trying to point you to is the lower part where I described one of the latest changes. In the openHABian menu you will find the option “Serial Port”, behind which you will find the following possibilities:
That should be all you need to prepare your system for the use with zwave/razberry. Good luck and don’t hesitate to come back here if it doesn’t
Thanks Matthias, I’ve started to work on these improvements. When reading “GNU/Linux”, U had to smile Yes that is technically more correct but how many readers will take anything from that? I would argue that the previous mentioning of Debian/Ubuntu is hint enough. Would you agree?
That’s what I thought. My answer is still the same, you’ll need to use some special methods and all depend on your experience. Moving to a smaller SD card is not as easy and I would just install openHABian anew. If you want to do it, check this thread, I’ve previously linked some tool that are able to do the “shrink” for you.
I would not go down to 8GB! Because of wear leveling (see above) I’d stay with 16Gb or even upgrade to 32GB.
Regarding the SD card brand/class, please check the nice article @kasperz posted a few days back. openHABian hassle-free openHAB Setup
@ThomDietrich Thanks so much! My controller is online
Now I can start including my wall plugs and windows sensors. Guess this will also take some time
The article is online. If you are missing an important detail, please just file a new issue
Just make a note of this that if you have a mac reserved DHCP address that when it reboots after the OS is install it will have a new IP.
if you have a raspberry pi running the full, latest raspbian with GUI such as the 2 or 3 (or maybe even 1)
and you have 2 USB sd card readers
Than that Raspbian has SD Card Copier which I’m pretty sure shrinks whitespace to fit smaller sd card (if possible):
Menu > Accessories > SD Card Copier
Shouldn’t the logs at ‘/var/log/openhab2’ be available from the Samba share locations, ie. openHAB-userdata/log?
I can view the configuration files etc. using the share but to view the logs I have to use another program like winSCP.
Hi guys - i’m getting strange errors tryin to update my openhabian:
Err https://openhab.ci.cloudbees.com Packages
Get:48 https://openhab.ci.cloudbees.com Packages [369 B]
Err https://openhab.ci.cloudbees.com Packages
W: Failed to fetch https://openhab.ci.cloudbees.com/job/openHAB-Distribution/ws/ distributions/openhab-offline/target/apt-repo/Packages HttpError404
W: Failed to fetch https://openhab.ci.cloudbees.com/job/openHAB-Distribution/ws/ distributions/openhab-online/target/apt-repo/Packages HttpError404
E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.