I must be overlooking something simple but I don’t understand what it is.
On the rasberry pi where I have all running I get this when I check for the service itself
pi@OpenHab:~ $ sudo systemctl status openhab2.service
● openhab2.service - openHAB 2 - empowering the smart home
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/openhab2.service; enabled; vendor pre
Active: active (running) since Tue 2019-12-24 23:18:58 CET; 1h 27min ago
Dec 24 23:18:58 OpenHab systemd: Started openHAB 2 - empowering the smart hom
lines 1-12/12 (END)
Any thoughts on what part I have forgotten?
The installation guide is referring to a config file but whatever I try…I never have access to these folders. I’m logging in to the server itself with my pi (admin) user.
Any hints are appreciated. Linux is not my cup-of-tea (yet) but I’m learning by doing this.
Even if I do this on the server itself…I get the error message.
What is clear is that the linux machine is returning with the answer…accept that it does not find anything. Is there something I have missed in the setup?
Have you tried the old “reboot everything” gimmick?
I was also going to say that it takes a good long while for openHAB to boot all the way up to the point of presenting any UIs (tons of Java stuff) (as opposed to just the service being started in Linux) but from your quote it looks like you waited like an hour and a half already.
Not sure what else to look into without more info. So yeah, like Miguel said, logs…
I have rebooted the server multiple times. Even start and stopped the service.
The openhab log, however, is remarkable emtpy…this is all it has.
2019-12-24 21:05:06.075 [INFO ] [.dashboard.internal.DashboardService] - Started Dashboard at http://192.168.178.23:8080
2019-12-24 21:05:06.311 [INFO ] [.dashboard.internal.DashboardService] - Started Dashboard at https://192.168.178.23:8443
2019-12-24 21:05:09.128 [INFO ] [thome.model.lsp.internal.ModelServer] - Started Language Server Protocol (LSP) service on port 5007
2019-12-24 21:06:14.278 [INFO ] [.dashboard.internal.DashboardService] - Stopped Dashboard
2019-12-24 22:52:09.244 [INFO ] [thome.model.lsp.internal.ModelServer] - Started Language Server Protocol (LSP) service on port 5007
2019-12-24 23:21:33.164 [INFO ] [thome.model.lsp.internal.ModelServer] - Started Language Server Protocol (LSP) service on port 5007
I would give two tips just to make sure you are getting the response from openHAB.
Connect to your web browser on port 8080 not the response.
2 shutdown openHAB service and try to connect again see if response changes.
My reason for this would be to verify that openHAB is what’s responding on port 8080. We want to make sure another service is not responding. If it were then telling you that start/index does not exist would be true.
I didn’t bookmark them, just remembered reading that changing to IPv4 solved the issue. Honestly can’t remember if the issue was website related or not just thought I would throw it out there as somthing OP could consider/try if nothing else is working.
I will try and remember to send you a link when/if I run across a post related to IPv6 and issues.
Result: I have exactly the same issue as described in this thread:
HTTP ERROR 404
Problem accessing /start/index. Reason:
with a very limited log similar to that of nc1264 with the info line
[INFO ] [.dashboard.internal.DashboardService] - Stopped Dashboard
I’ve spend 3 hours looking around the internet and tried everything already (restart service, machine, cleared cache, …).
Nothing works. And this should be a non-complicated install. I’m not migrating any data here: it’s a clean first-time install.
Because I’m on a VM and took a snapshot before installing :-), I rolled-back anc installed exactly the same setup but with OpenHAB 2.4.0-1
–> worked like a charm out of the box !!!
I’ve upgraded it to 2.5.0 and exactly the same as before.
Does anybody have a working (clean) OpenHAB 2.5 with zulu-8 on Ubuntu server 18.04.3? I’m starting to think this particular combination has an issue.
Thanks in advance for your help,
Actually looking forward to working with OpenHAB.