Hello! Just waking up over here in the US. I’ll try the updated jar right now and will report back!
@Andrew_Pawelski, yesterday I did have the SmartHomeDevices working briefly but then after a Linux system update and then a reboot it was no longer working and there were suddenly memory leak problems.
@J-N-K, I think I am having problems with one other thing here that is impacting all of this. I remember that yesterday when I updated my addons folder with your “f1” version of the binding, after cleaning cache and restarting everything a number of times, when I went to the “http://localhost:8080/amazonechocontrol/” link, I remember seeing that it still said “Amazon Echo Control 2019-10-23” at the top of the page in the big black title on top. And even now when I pulled up openHAB for the first time today (though it has been running all night) when I login to that page it says “No Account Thing Created” even though there is an Account thing for Amazon Echo Control in my PaperUI. I seem to have difficulty getting the system to reissue/recheck the Amazon credentials. I think it’s probably caused by my specific web browser and page cache issues. I have tried looking at this issue with multiple browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Opera - which I think is basically Chrome) and have noticed slightly different behaviors in each but none are working as they should. Right now, If I look at the Amazon Account Thing which was setup and logged in to my Amazon account for the “f1” jar version, it is currently black and not online and says “not initialized,” but I know my Amazon account is still logged in. I have no way to log out from it though. Often, when I drop the new jar in, the “/amazonecholcontrol” page will load, and will show my devices, but then won’t recognize my “amazonechocontrol.things” file and lists all of my Echo devices but shows there are no openHAB items created for each device which is not the case. Every time I update the binding, I first stop the system, then clean the cache and update the binding jar file, then restart openHAB usually three times, then reboot the machine once. Should I be doing something differently when I update the binding? I may try using a browser in “incognito” mode to see if that helps. Also, I may try deleting the Amazon Account Thing and adding it back with a new ID instead of pasting in my previous ID. I then will have to use “Find and Replace” in Visual Studio Code to update that ID in my .things and .items files but it is easy enough to do.
I will update the binding now and report back after I’ve restarted/rebooted - be right back!
Edit: Oh… one last question about file permissions and ownership for the jar files in the addons folder - I noticed that when I dropped my new jar in last time that the amazonechocontrol jar binding was showing as being owned by “root” with read-only permission for everyone. Should all jar files be owned by the “openhab” user, and should they all be read/write permitted for everyone? Thanks!
Edit: Here is a picture of my /amazonechocontrol page showing where it is not recognizing my amazonechocontrol.things file properly and says each item is “Not Defined” when in fact they are. I think it’s because browser cache isn’t letting the page properly reset itself…