This weekend my HomeMatic CCU2 told me, that there is a firmware upgrade for my heating thermostats available. Hence I had some tiny problems during the upgrade process, I decided to write this short how-to.
For a home automation project I have to setup a local DynDNS client on my Banana Pi running with Raspian. Here are the steps I’ve taken to run a DynDNS client under Raspbian (will work on other Debian based Linux distributions too): Install ddclient package: $>sudo apt-get install ddclient This command installs the package and starts the DynDNS […]
To use busware SCC boards (see busware shop) with FHEM you have to: Install FHEM (see my earlier blogpost) If not already root $> sudo su – Remove all reverences of the device ttyAMA0 (/dev/ttyAMA0) from /etc/inittab and /boot/cmdline.txt (if you use a Banana Pi you should look for ttyS2) $> nano /etc/inittab and replace #Spawn a getty on […]
To install FHEM into /opt/fhem you have to take the following steps: Switch to root mode: $> sudo su – Get archive key and add it to system keys: $> wget -qO – http://debian.fhem.de/archive.key | apt-key add – Add reposetory to your system sources: $> nano /etc/apt/sources.list and add the following line to the bottom :deb […]
If you have problems to get rid of FHEM, because of some package inconsistencies cause by broken installation or so, you can do this: $> sudo dpkg –remove –force-remove-reinstreq fhem $> sudo apt-get-update -f