Migrating to github
Google has made the decision to shutdown code hosting, which is where the HAH project source currently live.
Due to this I've migrated all the branches over to https://github.com/dbzoo
In time I will amend the wiki documentation on how to checkout and compile, once I figure it out myself.
Notes for the portable distribution have been updated.
There will be no more commits happening against the SVN repository code base.
I still need to host the pre-built downloadables somewhere as well and I have not decided where to put these.
Probably a page on this site will do the trick.
I was only using the SVN repo last night thinking this is all very good, little did i realise it was for the chop due to abuse!
All seems updated, can i ask are you patching the portable rather than updating the major revisions?
my BB is showing 313 not 317... just checking as the mqqt libs appear to be present as is the mqqt-xap gateway
I have been building up a PI and did an upgrade using GITHUB. Somewhere in the process of doing this, adding samba, adding ftp etc, not sure which.. I get ?err? all over the GUI screens. I don't know what this means. Strangely plugboard lua scripts are working.
sudo lsof -i :79 shows nothing
I thought I would do another update to have a clean install.
$ cd portable $ git pull $ make arm-deb $ sudo dpkg -i build/*.deb
Strangely this time I got no prompts about overwriting ini files?
I appear to have nothing running
pi@raspberrypi ~ $ ps
PID TTY TIME CMD
2278 pts/0 00:00:01 bash
2307 pts/0 00:00:00 ps
I am in the process of adding the hardware and testing it. I will need the xap-livebox to start automatically. How do I do that. My first portable build was OK and only when I updated yesterday did it stop.
PS I realize that this post should be in the RaspPI 2 thread.
the changes to the /etc/init.d/xap file we talked about will start livebox. Or should do.
Type ps aux to see all running processes.
I checked that, it looks OK
subsystem="hub xively livebox iserver web sms serial currentcost twitter googlecal plugboard urfrx mail"
Also ps aux does not show anything recognisable as HAH stuff.
Just when I was slowly getting to grips with Livebox I am now tearing my hair out with this PI.
I seem to be battling with everything. I have no jeenode connectivity. Tried microcom -s 57600 /dev/ttyUSB0, not available, so downloaded it. It then says: cannot open device /dev/ttyS0
Should I surrender and buy another Livebox?
>Should I surrender and buy another Livebox?
Absolutely! It's not a 'surrender'.
The Livebox is the 'original' platform for the HAH. Most all of the writeup is Livebox based. My Livebox setup is sooo very solid in operation. A year of uptime isn't unusual.
The Pi does have a bit more resource and is rather trendy but it doesn't:
Come with a PSU.
Come with a case.
Cost less than GBP 10, delivered.
Looking on eBay right now, you could buy a Livebox and have it for GBP8.99 including delivery.
Horses for courses.
Derek there's a lot of merit in what you say but I am looking for additional functionality. I want to host my own web site on it and also use it for off site data backup. Another plus is having all the intelligence on a memory card which can be backed up and simply plugged into another PI in the event of failure. (I have 3 PIs)
I use ttyAMA0 of the gpio header. You need to disable console access and startup info as per