As the documentation is not ‘so complete’, I missed to activate the openHAB connector in z-wave.me.
I will now make a new install and test from the beginning and take few screenshots to document what I exactly did. Hope this will help others.
I have just setup my Openhab system on the Rspi 3 together with the Razberry piggy-back for z-wave communication and I can not get it to work.
I have created the openhab SD card, using the complete image as provided on openhab.
then I followed this instruction for the razberry installation:
I installed the z-wave.me like this:
wget -q -O - support.zwave.eu/libs | sudo bash
wget -q -O - http://razberry.z-wave.me/install | sudo bash
Started the z-wave.me GUI and added the PassWord.
Activated the z-Wave App.
within openhab I did as stated in the GETTING_STARTED.md
I put the PassWord as defined for the z-wave.me GUI into the Password field of the configuration of the Z-Way server
What I did different from the GETTING_STARTED.md, as the diectory openhab2 does not exist, I unpacked it all into the openhabian/addons, after creating this directory
Now I get the following error message:
Status: OFFLINE - HANDLER_INITIALIZING_ERROR openHAB Connector doesn’t exist in Z-Way server
I checked the directory and it is available on my Pi:
(I assume it must be written without the space)
What is missing?
Is it necessary to follow exactly the installation order? first z-wave.me and then openhab? I have done it so far the other way round, as I have the image for openhab installed.
I assume when all is fine and working i can remove the tasks from z-wave.me:
sudo update-rc.d z-way-server remove
sudo update-rc.d readKey remove
sudo update-rc.d mongoose remove
any help highly appreciated