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  • #1421

    Maybe
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    I got PulseStation finally running but it seems like I can’t get the zwave service get started/keep running.
    I’m using an AeonLabs usb stick wich should be connected to /dev/ttyUSB0
    but when I check that in WinSCP it is 0KB?

    #1422

    jamat
    Participant

    Have you tried to execute

    dmesg | grep tty

    As it’s explain in Helpdesk – How do I know my USB key is detected

    In my case is /dev/ttyACM0 the same as synology installation

    I’m using Z-wave plus USB stick

    #1426

    Maybe
    Participant

    Yes I did, in my case it is /dev/ttyUSB0

    But it seems like the zwaveservice doesn’t start (or any service?)
    I also tried https://www.pulse-station.com/forums/topic/pulse-station-installation-on-pi/#post-1203
    and #1207
    All without succes………….

    #1429

    Maybe
    Participant

    I also looked for /var/packages/PulseStation/target/log/install.log (as mentioned in helpdesk/FAQ) but cannot find it. Also not in /usr/share/PulseStation

    #1430

    K.Rens
    Keymaster

    Before the z-wave service can start, it is important that first the core service is running.
    Do you manage to get that one running?

    If you want to debug it, you can use ssh to move into the PulseStation/services/core/ folder
    then just start it using ./core

    If anything goes wrong, you can see it straight away inside the terminal window.
    Once the core is running, go inside the admin interface and try to start the z-wave service.
    It’s the easiest way to debug what is the cause.

    Kind regards,
    K.Rens

    #1431

    Maybe
    Participant

    ./core results in: -bash: ./core: No such file or directory
    sudo ./core results in: sudo: unable to execute ./core: No such file or directory

    Eventhough there is a file named: core (200KB)

    #1432

    K.Rens
    Keymaster

    I just did teamviewer session with a him, he is a user of xbian.

    He is unable to install ps, for following reasons:
    1) whiptail is not installed in our script, we need to add:
    apt-get install whiptail
    or run it before the installation.
    2) we need to change the ln link to /var/www/html probably, since that’s the default folder used on raspberry pi
    3) We cannot start the core, we get a strange message that it cannot find the core file, even though we can see the core file.

    I will see this with Mika.

    Kind regards,
    K.Rens

    #1578

    Maybe
    Participant

    I am aware it is not polite to ask for ETA but you all don’t mind that I’ll start looking and switching over for other solutions.

    #1593
    Mika
    Mika
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    I’ll try to install a xbian image on my RPI and see how to solve it.
    Can you provide me the link of the image you installed ?

    The current situation is that I compiled everything for the “Raspbian”.
    Maybe I need another toolchain for the xbian.

    Mika

    #1594
    Mika
    Mika
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    I’ll try to install a xbian image on my RPI and see how to solve it.
    Can you provide me the link of the image you installed ?

    The current situation is that I compiled everything for the “Raspbian”.
    Maybe I need another toolchain for the xbian.

    Mika

    #1629
    Mika
    Mika
    Keymaster

    PulseStation is now available for Raspbian.

    Steps :

    • Remove the old version : sudo rm /usr/share/PulseStation
    • Install again : wget -O - https://pulse-station.com/app/raspbian-install.sh | sudo bash
    Note that this is a dedicated installation script!

    I tested it, and the core service was up and running.

    Mika

    #1634

    Maybe
    Participant

    Remove the old version : sudo rm /usr/share/PulseStation

    Not empty directory so I used:
    sudo rm -rf /usr/share/PulseStation

    But thank you Mika, all services are running now

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