DSM 6.0.2-8451 Update 8
hi Christian, I’ve just installed snapshot 9, and it works great - thank you.
However, it’s not using /volume1/public/openHAB2/conf as the config location despite it existing and owned by the openhab2 user before I installed this version (it’s never worked for me to that location in any of the previous versions). Instead it uses the conf directory in the program folder /volume1/@appstore/openHAB2/conf/.
Is there a specific thing I need to do so that the install will use /volume1/public/openHAB2/conf ?
it works, accept that problem with the config location.
I have the same problem as @DSTM
DSM 6.0.2-8451 Update 8
I followed these Instructions and mount the whole /volume1/@appstore/openHAB2 to /volume1/public/openHAB2
I released 2 new versions:
2.0.0.001-DSM6 (Final 2.0.0) 2.1.0.001-SNAPSHOT-DSM6 (SNAPSHOT 2.1.0)
Try it, please, Thank you!
One question: I think we need no new versions for OH 1.x and DSM < 6.0 Packages, or?
just tried snapshot 2.1.0. It installs fine, the services run on my DS413, where - thanks to @§$%§& Oracle - only an old java8 version runs, as they do no longer support PPC architecture.
However, the openHAB2 directory on public does not seem to be discovered. Or must it be OpenHAB2 (capital O)? At least I have a sitemap in there, which is not seen by the classic UI.
btw it there a password for the openHAB2-user?
Thanks for the great work,
It’s my very first try to install ANY Synology package, so I am not sure if I missed something or if the package indeed lacks some signature?
I’m running DSM 6.0.2-8451 Update 9 on a DS716+II.
Thanks, I just found that myself - this indeed solves my issue
I’m up and running on my DS916+. The only thing I also noticed is the user configuration files in /public/openHAB2 folder are not being picked up. Which .cfg file can we edit to re-reference the path?
Please bare in mind that all people running on XPENOLOGY which is a bare metal self build with SYNOLOGY OS will need a install version for 5.2 and not 6.0.
currently i am unable now to setup OPENHAB 2.0.
I tried the docker image on xpenology DSM 6.0 a few weeks ago - it worked fine. Although I haven’t worked out how to get my xpenology DSM 6.0 to recognise my Z-Wave stick.
managed to install the package on my dsm by editing the install spk to my version of dsm so the check goes trough.
it installed fine exept i had to download the zipfile manually and place it in the public folder.
New problem , package is not starting as seen in many threads, can’t find the karaf folder
Regarding the not discovered public folder:
If you know how to SSH into the NAS, best is to set the link by yourself:
- stop the service in the Syno UI
- safety first: save the contents of /volume1/@appstore/openHAB2/conf:
cp /volume1/@appstore/openHAB2/conf /volume1/@appstore/openHAB2/conf_orig
- or alternatively copy the content to your public folder:
cp /volume1/@appstore/openHAB2/conf /volume1/public/openHAB2/conf
(this is most likely the safest to get it running)
- then set a symbolic link from public to the openHAB2 folder:
ln -s /volume1/public/openHAB2/conf /volume1/@appstore/openHAB2/conf
- What I did is also to relocate the logs folder to the public dir, so you can easily from anywhere see what goes wrong:
ls -s /volume1/public/openHAB2/logs /volume1/@appstore/openHAB2/userdata/logs
- restart the server.
Then you can for example use the Eclipse Smart Home Designer for editing by simply letting it point in windows or osX to your public folder.
Would you mind running through how you modified the spk for xpenology dsm5.2?
I am running the same here and have yet to try and upgrade to dsm6, waiting for quicknick to release his installer…
You can open the spk with notepad++ in the first lines you will see a check for dsm 6 , just change to your version.
Ps: let me know after the install if it works for you cause here i can’t get it started
looks like the most convenient way to overcome this issue, but mount bind needs root access. How did you login with or su to root? Does not work on my 216+II
when i try to start the openhab via start.sh i get ./runtime/bin/karaf: not found
good i found a solution.
i downloaded the beta 3 spk and copied that to my pyblic folder:
then i downloaded the release zip from the openhab website so not the cloudbees.
i renamed the file to what beta 3 is looking for and placed it in the public.
now it runs.
this does mean that the package they now have is bogus and not working !
Has anyone experience with DS114? Installation is fine, but I can not access the webservice. Log has an error:
Caused by: java.lang.IllegalStateException: Could not load implementation object class org.eclipse.smarthome.io.javasound.internal.JavaSoundAudioSink
Hi, I’m moving to OpenHAB2 from Vera and am having some issues installing the Synology package (openHAB-2.1.0.001-SNAPSHOT-DSM6-syno-noarch-0.001) on my Synology DS214play.
I followed the installation instructions, installed Java SE 8, then installed OH2 (see http://docs.openhab.org/installation/synology.html#installation). The installation seemed to go ok and I can access OH2 via the Paper UI from my PC’s browser. However, there doesn’t seem to be any configuration files on my Synology!
The installation instructions state that “The configuration files are located at: /volume1/@appstore/openHAB2/userdata/config”. And the OH2 app itself - when viewed from within the Synology Package Centre - states that: “If the directory /volume1/public/openHAB2/conf exists, the directory will be used for OH2 configuration files”.
However, when I check the NAS directory structure I only see a directory called /homes/openhab2. And there are only two items in the directory - a 1kb file called .profile. and a sub-directory called .karaf, which contains a 0kb file called karaf.history.
I tried uninstalling the OH2 package, creating a shared directory call /volume1/public/openHAB2/conf, giving the openHAB deamon read/write access and re-installed the OH2 package but there are still no configuration files.
Is this normal? Have i done something wrong?