openHAB Packaging for the Pine64
#11
(06-08-2016, 10:56 PM)scurrier Wrote: ...
Reason I ask is that I jumped the gun and two days ago spent some hours getting openhab running on the most recent longsleep kernel in a non-headless config.  I'd like to just update the docker image to your most recent one instead of moving to the headless system.

Also, wondering if you have any guesses how far away zwave compatibility is.  Thanks!  Big openhab fan!

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#12
I was supposed to get a SD card with OpenHAB pre-installed, but got an Android release instead. I'm comfortable with installing a base OS, then Docker and then using an OpenHAB container. I just want to make sure I get the right base image, since my current network layout is wireless - so I can't really use a headless image. Do I just grab the Debian image in the downloads section, and then add Docker? I have an Ubuntu (Mate GUI) - can I use that or are the libraries too different?

Or should I just request the pre-installed OpenHAB SD?
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#13
(07-31-2016, 12:15 AM)ewickham Wrote: I was supposed to get a SD card with OpenHAB pre-installed, but got an Android release instead. I'm comfortable with installing a base OS, then Docker and then using an OpenHAB container. I just want to make sure I get the right base image, since my current network layout is wireless - so I can't really use a headless image. Do I just grab the Debian image in the downloads section, and then add Docker? I have an Ubuntu (Mate GUI) - can I use that or are the libraries too different?

Or should I just request the pre-installed OpenHAB SD?

Sorry on teh shipping facility ship you the SD card with Android release. For OpenHAB build, you can download from http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/Pine_A6...AB_Release and dd to the microSD card.
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#14
(08-01-2016, 01:47 PM)tllim Wrote:
(07-31-2016, 12:15 AM)ewickham Wrote: I was supposed to get a SD card with OpenHAB pre-installed, but got an Android release instead. I'm comfortable with installing a base OS, then Docker and then using an OpenHAB container. I just want to make sure I get the right base image, since my current network layout is wireless - so I can't really use a headless image. Do I just grab the Debian image in the downloads section, and then add Docker? I have an Ubuntu (Mate GUI) - can I use that or are the libraries too different?

Or should I just request the pre-installed OpenHAB SD?

Sorry on teh shipping facility ship you the SD card with Android release. For OpenHAB build, you can download from http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/Pine_A6...AB_Release and dd to the microSD card.

I'm still a little uncertain about what to expect once I download the image to the SD card and reboot the Pine64. Will I see a console login via HDMI? Maybe on an LCD display via the DSI connector? As I mentioned previously, my current work area for the Pine64 forces me to use wireless - and since mine is secured, I have to provide  authentication at some point. Will I need to use a wired ethernet connection first in order to configure the wireless? I presume once connectivity is configured I can ssh to the server, yes?
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(08-01-2016, 02:42 PM)ewickham Wrote:
(08-01-2016, 01:47 PM)tllim Wrote:
(07-31-2016, 12:15 AM)ewickham Wrote: I was supposed to get a SD card with OpenHAB pre-installed, but got an Android release instead. I'm comfortable with installing a base OS, then Docker and then using an OpenHAB container. I just want to make sure I get the right base image, since my current network layout is wireless - so I can't really use a headless image. Do I just grab the Debian image in the downloads section, and then add Docker? I have an Ubuntu (Mate GUI) - can I use that or are the libraries too different?

Or should I just request the pre-installed OpenHAB SD?

Sorry on teh shipping facility ship you the SD card with Android release. For OpenHAB build, you can download from http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/Pine_A6...AB_Release and dd to the microSD card.

I'm still a little uncertain about what to expect once I download the image to the SD card and reboot the Pine64. Will I see a console login via HDMI? Maybe on an LCD display via the DSI connector? As I mentioned previously, my current work area for the Pine64 forces me to use wireless - and since mine is secured, I have to provide  authentication at some point. Will I need to use a wired ethernet connection first in order to configure the wireless? I presume once connectivity is configured I can ssh to the server, yes?
The openHAB build works as headless.
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#16
(08-01-2016, 01:47 PM)tllim Wrote: Sorry on teh shipping facility ship you the SD card with Android release. For OpenHAB build, you can download from http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/Pine_A6...AB_Release and dd to the microSD card.

I saw that Kai tweeted that he had success with Z-wave. I want to try the latest image but when I go to the link I am directed to an image for pine64_openhab_20150521_8GB.zip. Is that really from May 21st, 2015 or is it the latest?
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#17
(08-06-2016, 01:20 PM)B34N Wrote:
(08-01-2016, 01:47 PM)tllim Wrote: Sorry on teh shipping facility ship you the SD card with Android release. For OpenHAB build, you can download from http://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/Pine_A6...AB_Release and dd to the microSD card.

I saw that Kai tweeted that he had success with Z-wave. I want to try the latest image but when I go to the link I am directed to an image for pine64_openhab_20150521_8GB.zip. Is that really from May 21st, 2015 or is it the latest?

There is no 20150521 build, the release one is 20160415 build. My guess that he tested on this build.
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#18
(08-06-2016, 01:20 PM)B34N Wrote: I saw that Kai tweeted that he had success with Z-wave. I want to try the latest image but when I go to the link I am directed to an image for pine64_openhab_20150521_8GB.zip. Is that really from May 21st, 2015 or is it the latest?

I also tweeted "the next SD card image will support it", which doesn't mean the "current" supports it! I plan to provide the next one for beta4 somewhen by the end of September.
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#19
(09-04-2016, 02:18 AM)kai Wrote:
(08-06-2016, 01:20 PM)B34N Wrote: I saw that Kai tweeted that he had success with Z-wave. I want to try the latest image but when I go to the link I am directed to an image for pine64_openhab_20150521_8GB.zip. Is that really from May 21st, 2015 or is it the latest?

I also tweeted "the next SD card image will support it", which doesn't mean the "current" supports it! I plan to provide the next one for beta4 somewhen by the end of September.

The new openHAB beta 4 already upload to Pine64 wiki site, this one supports ZWave.
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#20
@kai
You should mention openHABian's support for the Pine A64 in the first posting here.

http://docs.openhab.org/installation/ope...l#pine-a64
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