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    HS3 Linux build 3.0.0.83 is available

    HS3 for Linux build 3.0.0.83 is available for download. See the Linux installation thread for instructions on installing.

    See the HS3 Release thread for a change list.

    ftp://homeseer.com/pub/hs3_linux_3_0_0_83.tar.gz
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    Z-WAVE .134 cannot install on linux .83

    Updated linux version to 83 with success

    Z-Wave plugin .109 does work, but when I try to download and install version Z-Wave BETA 3.0.0.134 I get FATAL errors.
    I noticed after the update invalid Z-Wave subfolders in /usr/local/HomeSeer

    Bin/Z-Wave instead bin/Z-Wave

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      #3
      I have been running 3.0.0.83 Linux for about three days now and it really looks good for me even with Z-Wave 3.0.0.60. I could not get .109 nor .134 to initialize my Z-Wave interface however 3.0.0.60 has not misbehaved. Have not seen any "Unknowns" and my door lock batteries do not have to be removed and re-installed after a HS restart like before to get rid of the Unknown. After reading Rick's explanation of Z-Wave devices I noticed that all of my Jasco devices are 4.54 firmware, my Thermostat is 4.52 and my door locks are 5.02.3 patch 3. I now understand why different people see different results on their HS system.

      Thanks Rick for the detailed response about Z-wave.

      Rich, this release looks really good. I no longer lose device images and all functions seem to work well in my Linux environment.

      Bob

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        #4
        About 1 day from my last post I started having numerous "Unknowns" on my devices and scripts were running very slow. When I checked the server I discovered that the CPU was running at 100% on both cores and memory was at 75%. The top cpu user's were Firefox and Mountall. I had accidentally left Firefox running and minimized with HS3 Device page selected, not a good idea. Mountall was apparently a leftover from my last system update and reboot. Killed Mountall and exited Firefox and all appears to be good now. I thought I would report this as it does seem to show that because the system was slow it could not service my devices properly. Hope this helps someone.

        Bob

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          #5
          high CPU usage for firefox

          Originally posted by Bob_Linux_User View Post
          When I checked the server I discovered that the CPU was running at 100% on both cores and memory was at 75%. The top cpu user's were Firefox and Mountall. I had accidentally left Firefox running and minimized with HS3 Device page selected, not a good idea.
          I have noticed as well very high CPU usage for firefox when going to the device management page, even if I filter to only display a couple of devices.
          It also occurs on some other pages, but not all of them. It doesn't happen with Chrome.
          I think it's something new to version 3.0.0.8x because I have always used firefox and I have never noticed such a high CPU usage before last week.

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            #6
            Thanks for the input. I will try Chrome. I should not have left Firefox minimized on the Devices Page but things happen. I know people attempting to get onto my weather service were not happy.

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