I’ve recently installed OpenHab2, all went really well, so kudos for the good work.
My setup has a parallel system Loxone and it gets discovered fine (impressive).
I’m now finishing up the last touch-ups, one of them is to get my MPD systems online in OpenHab2.
I’ve seen there’s a binding for MPD in the list of bindings, but I cannot seem to be able to get it on my PaperUI list.
1.- Has anybody had this issue? And has managed to solve it? can share how?
2.- Is this a v1 binding only? then why is it listed in the OpenHab2 bindings?
3.- If it is a v1 binding only, what is the best way to get it working? Retrofit or port it to v2?
After installing the jar file you will see it in the list of binding you have installed. You will not see it in the Addons > Bindings list (place you would normally go to install a binding via PaperUI).
For my jar files I have -rw-rw-r-- openhab openhabian. Use sudo openhabian-config then select Apply Improvements, Fix permissions that should handle any permission issues. If not you may have to do it manually.
OK, let met try (fix, restarting, rechecking).
Unfortunately the binding still missing. I have to point out (if it makes any difference) this is not a raspberry setup. I’m using a Linux PC (archlinux) and I’m using OpenHab2 version 2.4.0.
The mpd.cfg file should be auto created by the binding. A restart of OH may be what you need if you haven’t done so already.
If your adding all your binding via files then yes add this binding to the addons.cfg and a restart may be needed. If all your other binding are installed via PaperUI then do not edit the addon.cfg file. I think you have to choose either PaperUI or files, for adding bindings, but not both.
@robml Edit: Something else you may need to check from the console is openhab runtime compat1x is installed. If not then install using this command: feature:install openhab-runtime-compat1x