The first installation of the zwave binding can take some time until all the dependencies are installed. I usually look at the logs to verify. Occasionally I have restarted OH.
I wait for the binding to finish installation before trying to add a controller
Thanks for your answer
Instalation of binding it doesn’t take too much time, maybe 1-2 minutes, but I also wait for a while before adding the controlles.
I’ve tried with only one dependency and whiout dependencies, but I always get the same issue
I think I know what is the problem, but not clear about hoe to fix it. Checking documentation from Z-wave usb sitck manual I can see hte following:
Linux should appear as a /dev/ttyACM0 (or other numbered such as /dev/ttyACM1 … ACMx ) device, if it does not, you may need to manually install the CDC-ACM module (should already be a part of the Linux kernel) or re-install Linux.your code goes here
So it seem that I need to use tty ACM0 instead of ttyAMA0. But I don’t have that option when I want to chage serial port configuration in Paper-UI:
Also, I’m not able to see this tty in/dev/ folder :
[21:40:02] openhabian@openhab:/dev$ ls -l /dev/ttyA*
crwxrwxrwx 1 root dialout 204, 64 Oct 11 15:31 /dev/ttyAMA0
[21:56:24] openhabian@openhab:/dev$ ls -l /dev/ | grep serial
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 5 Oct 11 15:31 serial0 -> ttyS0
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 7 Oct 11 15:31 serial1 -> ttyAMA0
Have you tried using a usb hub between the Pi & stick?
The Pi 4 does not properly meet USB standards. The issue was discovered after the product was released.
Try that & run the dmesg command again to see if another port appears.
Thank you very much! Finally I fixed the issue with the following USB hub:
It seems that is aknow issue for Aeotec Z-stick GEN 5, in coase of using Raspberry PI 4. And the workaround proposed by Aeotec is to use a powered USB 2.0 hub in between RPi4 and the Z-Stick Gen5 . Althought I connected a USB 3.0 hub