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Re: "Saving your design failed due a prior safety lock of your account" How to resolve?
Same problem today openremote running on synology Op dinsdag 29 november 2016 10:57:48 UTC+1 schreef Michal Rutka: > > Hi, > > > in the meantime the designer was reset. Please check if you can save your > work now? > > > Kind regards, > > Michal > > On Wednesday, November 23, 2016 at 7:21:53 PM
Re: Work on v3 controller
Status update: Controller was renamed to Agent in v3 and I've cleaned it up some more. The main API is now AgentContext, start browsing the code from here if you are interested: https://github.com/openremote/openremote/blob/9cf842d5a4091fc6ceadacc55cb03553c8a2deb8/agent/src/main/java/org/openrem
Quad or Octa core processor based controller
Hi I'm curious, has anyone tried running a controller on a Quad core or Octa core single board computer yet? Cheers, Stuart
Got my first app synced- any button press causes iOS app to crash.
I built a simple Russound remote and managed to get it synced up and displaying on my iPhone by following this tutorial: http://www.openremote.org/display/docs/OpenRemote+2.0+How+To+-+Russound+Sound+System Any time I press a button, the app crashes and the command is not sent to my Russound.
Re: "Saving your design failed due a prior safety lock of your account" How to resolve?
Yes, this works now thank you for the update! On Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 1:57:48 AM UTC-8, Michal Rutka wrote: > > Hi, > > > in the meantime the designer was reset. Please check if you can save your > work now? > > > Kind regards, > > Michal > > On Wednesday, November 23, 2016 at 7:21:53 PM
Insteon Hub
If I want to control insteon devices on my network, do I have to do individual setups on each device or can I integrate into my insteon hub?
Re: DIN rail cabinet mounted Single Board computer solution for OpenRemote
There hasn't been any RXTX development for years. Can jvelbusd be configured with https://github.com/NeuronRobotics/nrjavaserial as a drop-in replacement? This is much easier to install as it automatically picks the right native libraries, so you shouldn't have to install anything extra. The
Re: DIN rail cabinet mounted Single Board computer solution for OpenRemote
I think I've just realised a small detail. I think... RXTXcomm.jar is actually a SymLink to the actual RXTX jar file. In one case this is RXTXcomm-2.2pre2.jar Does this help?
Re: DIN rail cabinet mounted Single Board computer solution for OpenRemote
Hi I haven't touched a RaspberryPi at all, but we've got JVelbusD working on a couple of variations of Linux machines. The secret seems to be getting RXTXcom.jar into the correct folders. The advice I've been given is :- [quote] 1) .Install JRE: - sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jre-headless
Re: DIN rail cabinet mounted Single Board computer solution for OpenRemote
Did you guys succeed in getting the jvelbusd to run on a raspberry pi --> jessie. On Wednesday, 25 May 2016 21:15:03 UTC+2, Stuart Hanlon wrote: > > For those that are looking for a neat and discreet way to host an > OpenRemote controller in your system, you'll be glad to know that we are >
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