I decided to move completely from OH1 to OH2b1 and for those add-ons that are not yet available, I’m using the latest OH 1.8 add-on, such as Yamaha - however it’s the first time that I try this add-on.
I’m using a Yamaha RX-V479, it’s working with Yamaha Android app, and I’m assuming that is not a problem with my receiver, the problem is that I don’t know if this receiver is supported by Yamaha add-on or it is a problem with OH2b1.
What I see in OH logs is this:
2016-01-24 19:14:45.552 [ERROR] [eiver.internal.YamahaReceiverBinding] - Error configuring YamahaReceiver Refresh Service
Any clue what should I do find the root cause and eventualy fix it?
Did you follow the guide for addons that are not part of the oh2 distribution?
I checked the current offline distro and the yamahareceiver binding is not under
so this guide should apply to the yamahareceiver binding …
Do a ‘mvn install’ or ‘mvn package’ from the command line in the work-space where you installed the development version of the binding > that should do the trick > it will create a jar file in the target directory.
I’m doing this on a Mac and am somewhat clueless on how to pull this of with Eclipse. I just cloned the development version from Github into my Eclipse workspace. I did this in the git directory under openhab2-addons/addons/binding and renamed the root directory of the development version to org.openhab.binding.yamahareceiver2 (so now the code is under git/openhab2-addons/addons/binding/org.openhab.binding.yamahareceiver2). I added a line to the pom.xml in git/openhab2-addons/addons/binding (org.openhab.binding.yamahareceiver2) and then did
’mvn package’ > this created the jar file in the target directory that I pulled and moved to my OH2 install running on a separate Mac Mini, parked it on the addons directory under conf.