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  • #76
    Originally posted by smithdavee View Post
    This is what I get when I put the zip on the Pi box.

    root@raspberrypi:/var/RaspberryIO# unzip RaspberryIO_3-0-0-17.zip
    Archive: RaspberryIO_3-0-0-17.zip
    inflating: HSPI_RaspberryIO.exe
    inflating: HSPI_RaspberryIO.exe.config
    inflating: images.zip
    inflating: install.txt
    inflating: Raspberry.IO.dll
    inflating: Raspberry.IO.GeneralPurpose.dll
    inflating: Raspberry.IO.Interop.dll
    inflating: Raspberry.System.dll
    extracting: RaspberryIO.ini

    According to the documentation there should be a run.sh file. It doesn't exist.

    Confused!!!
    you're right, I uploaded the wrong zip.
    I re-uploaded the correct one: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dhaen72ei3...l_3-0-0-17.zip

    sorry for the confusion

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    • #77
      Well that fixes that.

      Now that I have the remoted running and connected to my HS3 server, the plugin is not creating the devices that I configured within the plugin.

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      • #78
        Hey Spud.

        Any thoughts on my last post?

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        • #79
          Originally posted by smithdavee View Post
          Hey Spud.

          Any thoughts on my last post?
          are you sure the devices are not there? make sure to "Check All" in the Room/Floor/Device Type filters in the devices page

          if it's not the problem, please capture some debug logs when you switch one pin from "Not Used" to Input or Output. Thanks!

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          • #80
            The following is the debug from HS
            Dec-14 10:18:06 RaspberryIO DEBUG Setting name to Relay7 for Pin5
            Dec-14 10:17:52 RaspberryIO DEBUG Pin5 value changed to Off
            Dec-14 10:17:52 RaspberryIO DEBUG Setting direction to Output for Pin5

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            • #81
              The following is your log


              [PINS]
              23###direction=Output
              23###reversed=False
              23###pulseduration=1000
              23###initvalue=NoOverride
              23###name=Relay10
              8###direction=Output
              8###reversed=False
              8###pulseduration=1000
              8###initvalue=NoOverride
              8###name=Relay1
              9###direction=Output
              9###reversed=False
              9###pulseduration=1000
              9###initvalue=NoOverride
              9###name=Relay2
              5###direction=Output
              5###reversed=False
              5###pulseduration=1000
              5###initvalue=NoOverride
              5###name=Relay7
              [GENERAL]
              log_level=Debug
              log_to_file_enabled=True

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              • #82
                Crap..... They are there now! Maybe I am loosing my marbles.

                I am honest, these objects that I had created in the past did not show up until the last pin config.

                Sorry!

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                • #83
                  I want monitor and control the GPIO on a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian that is not my Homeseer controller. My HS controller is an HS3 ZEE S2 Edition 3.0.0.548 (Linux). I followed the installation instructions provided in the RaspberryIO User Guide. There was no mention of the need for mono on a Linux OS, but it errored out without it. I installed that and got a little further.

                  When I attempt to run the run.sh script, it gives me the following output:

                  $ sudo ./run.sh
                  Plugin: RaspberryIO Instance: TestRemote starting...
                  Connecting to server at 192.168.0.2...
                  Connection attempt #1 Connected (HomeSeer API 3). Waiting to be initialized...
                  May-25 18:26:48 INFO RaspberryIO version 3.0.0.18
                  May-25 18:26:48 ERROR System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.Visual.Basic, Version-10.0.0.0 Culture=neutral, PublicKetToken=b03f5f7fild50a3a' or one of its dependencies.

                  I'm not sure what to do here. As far as I know, MS Visual Basic doesn't run on Linux. Any assistance would be much appreciated.

                  Andy B. Darien, IL, USA

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by Lodgepole Project View Post
                    I want monitor and control the GPIO on a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian that is not my Homeseer controller. My HS controller is an HS3 ZEE S2 Edition 3.0.0.548 (Linux). I followed the installation instructions provided in the RaspberryIO User Guide. There was no mention of the need for mono on a Linux OS, but it errored out without it. I installed that and got a little further.

                    When I attempt to run the run.sh script, it gives me the following output:

                    $ sudo ./run.sh
                    Plugin: RaspberryIO Instance: TestRemote starting...
                    Connecting to server at 192.168.0.2...
                    Connection attempt #1 Connected (HomeSeer API 3). Waiting to be initialized...
                    May-25 18:26:48 INFO RaspberryIO version 3.0.0.18
                    May-25 18:26:48 ERROR System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.Visual.Basic, Version-10.0.0.0 Culture=neutral, PublicKetToken=b03f5f7fild50a3a' or one of its dependencies.

                    I'm not sure what to do here. As far as I know, MS Visual Basic doesn't run on Linux. Any assistance would be much appreciated.

                    Andy B. Darien, IL, USA
                    you need to install the vbnc package:

                    Code:
                     sudo apt-get install mono-vbnc

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                    • #85
                      Whil this work on HS4

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by Baxe View Post
                        Whil this work on HS4
                        yes the RaspberryIO plugin should work fine on HS4

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                        • #87
                          Thank


                          Skickat från min iPhone med Tapatalk Pro

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by Baxe View Post
                            Whil this work on HS4
                            Vbnc is old . It is up to you but you can use a newer package Which is vbc .

                            you have to install vbnc first

                            for this just run those commands :

                            Code:
                            sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade && sudo apt install mono-vbnc -y
                            Code:
                            sudo install -p /usr/bin/vbc /usr/bin/vbnc
                            Last edited by MattL0; Yesterday, 06:03 PM. Reason: Edited vbnc to vbnc transfer command as suggested by Zwolfpack

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by MattL0 View Post

                              Code:
                              sudo cat /usr/bin/vbc > /usr/bin/vbnc
                              This will yield a 'permission denied' error with standard permissions on /usr/bin. Instead,
                              Code:
                              sudo install -p /usr/bin/vbc /usr/bin/vbnc
                              Reason being, the 'sudo' only applies to the 'cat /usr/bin/vbc' portion (which doesn't need superuser privilege since it's read only operation). The ">" for I/O redirection is performed under the current shell, which, unless already a superuser shell, won't have privileges to write to /usr/bin.

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                              • #90
                                zwolfpack Thanks , Your explanation is easy to understand . Good to know , will use that next time.

                                edited the post #88

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