Thanks for your help.
So do items created through the web interface also create script files?
Do I need only one backup / restore to get two openHabs that work identically? Do I also need to generate a new key for cloud services?
In one of the reported treads it seems that a user has failed with this procedure, however the scenario is different, on which he passes from an old versioen to a new one.
If I have time this weekend I try, I hope everything works at first glance!
Hi everyone, I have done, i have changed the poor raspberry pi b with a powerful barebones pc.
The OH2’s backup/restore procedure works fine, it’s fast, simply and there is a good documentation on internet.
the only problems i encountered on python scripts.
These scheduled script read the Google Calendar and the Geolocalization of our mobile phones.
at first I was unable to start the scripts due to problems with permissions on the files, then the environment requirements were missing in my pc.
when installing the mosquitto client I was wrong and I installed the server.
Logically, the new mqtt broker conflicted with the one integrated in OH2.
In the end I still managed to make everything work (I hope, since at this moment my ubuntu is upgrading the version).
the only thing I haven’t been able to do is make OH2 make sounds.
From the speaker connected to the headphones, or from the HDMI audio output, I hear the sounds of Ubuntu system, I can play audio files and I hear youtube videos, but no sound comes from OH2.
I did some tests from the console trying to play audio or TextToSpeak but I don’t hear anything I have errors.
Do you have any idea what it could be? I thought that OH2 is probably using an audio subsystem that is not working or not installed on the system, but in PaperUI the only audio setting is set to “use system speaker”.