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Old November 8th, 2013, 05:47 PM
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HS3 Linux Installation Instructions

HS3 for Linux is a modified version of HS3 that runs under Linux. It is full HS3 with the following exceptions:

* No VBScript support (.txt scripts). VB.Net scripting and C# scripting is supported
* No SSL connections to the web server, use MyHomeSeer service for SSL connections.
* Updater only shows plugins that have been tested under Linux. So plugin list will differ from the Windows version.

HS3 for Linux is free with your HS3 license. It does not require a seperate license. Your HS3 standard or PRO license will work.

Linux can be a challenge for non-technical users, the Linux version of HS3 is targeted to the more technical user.

It has been tested under Debian and Ubuntu.

These instructions are for a Debian 7 install.

1) Install Debian to your PC from here:
http://www.debian.org/distrib/

2) Install the following packages that are required by HS3:

Note that MONO is required, but it is already installed with the Debian distribution. However, a few packages are missing:

apt-get install mono-vbnc
apt-get install libmono-system-web4.0.cil
apt-get install libmono-system-design4.0.cil
apt-get install libmono-system-web-extensions4.0-cil
apt-get install libmono-system-runtime-caching4.0-cil
apt-get install flite
apt-get install chromium

If brltty is installed, this must be removed in order for a Z-Stick to work:
ap-get remove brltty

Download the latest HS3 tar file (get it from the HS3 Release Notes forum):
http://board.homeseer.com/showthread.php?t=176440

, and untar with the command:

tar xvf filename

Change directory into the newly created HomeSeer folder:

cd HomeSeer

Change to root (need to be root to run HS3 in order for the web server to function)

su root

Run HS3 using the "go" script:

./go
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Old November 9th, 2013, 10:29 AM
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Seems to work fine on my MacBook Pro

Running HS3 Linux 3.0.0.42 on ubuntu 12.04 LTS (64 bit) via Virtual Box 4.2.18 r88780 on my MacBook Pro running OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)

That is a mouth full

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Old November 9th, 2013, 11:01 AM
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Old November 9th, 2013, 03:19 PM
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If you just install MONO on your mac it should just run without the virt mach.

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Running HS3 Linux 3.0.0.42 on ubuntu 12.04 LTS (64 bit) via Virtual Box 4.2.18 r88780 on my MacBook Pro running OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)

That is a mouth full

Thanks!!!!
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Old November 9th, 2013, 05:21 PM
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Running HS3 .42 on Debian 7.2.
My linux is a bit rusty but all went well.
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Old November 9th, 2013, 09:06 PM
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A "just curious" question.

Is this HS3 for Linux identical to what's running on the Pi (ZEE)?

If not, what's the diff?

Thanks.
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Old November 9th, 2013, 09:26 PM
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The Zee is limited with just X10 and Z-Wave plugins. It is meant to be this way.

The HS3 in Linux is the same as the HS3 in Wintel. Same feature set, same plugins, etc.
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Old November 9th, 2013, 09:37 PM
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I'm up and running on VirtualBox with Debian 7 - very nice!
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61 Z-Wave Nodes, 162 Events, 293 Devices
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HSTouch Clients: 3 Android, 1 Joggler
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Old November 9th, 2013, 09:38 PM
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"Limited" because that's all that was included in the box or some other reason. I don't see a reason why in the near future one could not use others. Perhaps even today. Obviously plugins that are windows heavy won't work, but the general ones should. Hypothetically of course.


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The Zee is limited with just X10 and Z-Wave plugins. It is meant to be this way.

The HS3 in Linux is the same as the HS3 in Wintel. Same feature set, same plugins, etc.
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Old November 9th, 2013, 09:41 PM
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Hi Pete, just noticed your signature. I'm incredibly curious how you practically use 4 different versions of HomeSeer? I'm struggling to find a use for the Zee, in addition to Homeseer, but you have 4!?

Thanks.

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The Zee is limited with just X10 and Z-Wave plugins. It is meant to be this way.

The HS3 in Linux is the same as the HS3 in Wintel. Same feature set, same plugins, etc.
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Old November 10th, 2013, 03:18 PM
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Hi. I tried installing on the raspberry pi, with debian. Got all the dependencies, full mono, etc. Can't start, here's the log. Any idea what's missing?

Code:
pi@raspberrypi ~/hs3/HomeSeer $ sudo ./go
HomeSeer Linux starting...
0/735182/0001 7:20:39 PM:[Database]->Opening (Mode=Read Only) up HomeSeer LOG database /home/pi/hs3/HomeSeer/Logs/HomeSeerLog.hsd
0/735182/0001 7:20:40 PM:[Startup]->Loading Settings
0/735182/0001 7:20:41 PM:[Error]->Error reading user configuration file - incomplete user load: Key 't' already exists in list.
0/735182/0001 7:20:44 PM:[Warning]->Users configuration file was not found, creating a new one with default user.
0/735182/0001 7:20:44 PM:[Error]->In Encrypt_RealX:cb
0/735182/0001 7:20:44 PM:[Startup]->Settings Loaded.
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]->Current sunrise/sunset values calculated.
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Error]->Reading licenses: cb
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]-> 
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]->********************************************************************************
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]-> HomeSeer version 3.0.0.42 Edition: HS3 Pro Starting Now
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]->********************************************************************************
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]-> 
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]->Stored regional settings
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]->Creating Class Objects...
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Error]->Exception creating classes (1) - HomeSeer may NOT run properly! :Argument is out of range.
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Error]->Exception creating classes (2) - HomeSeer may NOT run properly! :Argument is out of range.
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Error]->Exception starting database services, Argument is out of range.
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]->HomeSeer version is: 3.0.0.42
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]->Creating Speaker Client Interface Object...
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Warning]->This version of HomeSeer is not registered and is currently disabled
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Error]->Unable to start plug-in API: Argument cannot be null.
Parameter name: service
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Startup]->Checking for available plug-ins
0/735182/0001 7:20:45 PM:[Error]->Exception starting Plug-Ins: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Startup]->Start automation engine...
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Error]->Error starting the EventThreads, Argument is out of range.
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Startup]->Initializing Speaker Client Interface
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Error]->Unable to start remote speech API: Argument is out of range.
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Speech]->Listening for remote speaker connections on port 10401
30/*/15151 7:20:46 PM:[Startup]->Starting Event Scheduler...
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Error]->Initializing scheduler threads: Argument is out of range.
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Database]->Opening Energy (Mode=Read Only) database /home/pi/hs3/HomeSeer/Data/Energy/Energy.hsd
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Startup]->Updater services starting...
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Error]->Exception starting updater services: Argument is out of range.
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Startup]->Starting DDNS service...
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Error]->Getting WAN IP address: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
0/735182/0001 7:20:46 PM:[Startup]->Start up complete.
Type 'shutdown' to shutdown HomeSeer
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Old November 11th, 2013, 08:19 AM
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Last time I looked Mono was not available for the latest MAC OS

I would love to run it w/o the VM, but last time I looked, the latest (or even the previous) MAC OS was not supported by Mono.

Guess I'll look again...
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Old November 11th, 2013, 11:21 AM
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HS3 running on MAC with Mono

So I gave it a shot, got HS3 loaded and running on my MAC but it looks like it wants to call Flite (which is not installed) , wondering if it is possible to use the native MAC speech engine vice using Flite.

If anyone knows pls let me know thx
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Old November 11th, 2013, 03:57 PM
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Hi Pete, just noticed your signature. I'm incredibly curious how you practically use 4 different versions of HomeSeer? I'm struggling to find a use for the Zee, in addition to Homeseer, but you have 4!?
5 right now.

I use two HS2 boxes today and they are running with independant hardware; "Sharing the load". They are today running stable using some 20 plus serial and 7 plus USB connections to all sorts of "stuff"

Over the years I have accumulated much automation hardware.

Testing the three HS3 boxes; not dependent on them for automation stuff right now but each doing or running different plugins; doing baby steps with these and testing the new Leviton HAI panel plugin. (all are on separate PC's and none on VM's today for my testing).

A quick glance at your logs above I see some issues.

1 - DB SQL lite stuff errors
2 - TTS Flite doesn't appear to be installed.
3 - DDNS service (not sure if this depends on a network connection).
4 - /home/pi/hs3/HomeSeer/Data/Energy/Energy is not the same directory structure that I use.

IE: my HomeSeer installation on the Zee and Ubuntu is on:

/usr/local/HomeSeer

I am looking right now at the scripts to see if there are direct directory references in them.

When HS boots on a device with a speaker you will hear the TTS welcome to Homeseer intro unless you do not have a speaker or Flite TTS installed.

Here I too a working Ubuntu Joggler and just added the stuff Rich specfied in the first link and then just ran Homeseer.
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Old November 11th, 2013, 04:09 PM
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Typically though just starting it up while logged in as Joggler via SSH and using the "mono HSConsole.exe &" command while in the Homeseer directory; then logging off.

Rich stated though to use the ./go script to start Homeseer.

Quote:
login as: joggler
joggler@192.168.244.XXX's password:
Welcome to Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.2.32joggler1 i686)

* Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com/

0 packages can be updated.
0 updates are security updates.

Last login: Sun Nov 10 22:58:56 2013 from 192.168.244.230
joggler@ICS-joggler2:~$ cd /usr/local/HomeSeer
joggler@ICS-joggler2:/usr/local/HomeSeer$ sudo ./go
HomeSeer Linux starting...
12/31/2004 6:01:43 PM:[Database]->Opening (Mode=Read Only) up HomeSeer LOG database /usr/local/HomeSeer/Logs/HomeSeerLog.hsd
12/31/2004 6:01:43 PM:[Startup]->Loading Settings
12/31/2004 6:01:43 PM:[Warning]->HomeSeer was not shut down successfully the previous time it was started.
12/31/2004 6:01:44 PM:[Startup]->Settings Loaded.
12/31/2004 6:01:44 PM:[Startup]->Current sunrise/sunset values calculated.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->*********************************************************** *********************
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]-> HomeSeer version 3.0.0.42 Edition: HS3 Pro Starting Now
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->*********************************************************** *********************
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Stored regional settings
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Creating Class Objects...
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->COM port classes started.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Application interface class started.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Web server class started.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->E-Mail SEND class started.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->E-Mail RECEIVE class started.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Plug-In Interface class started.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Local voice recognition class started.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Database SAVE process started.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Loading configuration file ...
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Database]->Opening (Mode=Read Only) up HomeSeer database /usr/local/HomeSeer/Data/HomeSeerData.hsd
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Database]->Loading Devices...
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Load Config]->11 total devices loaded.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Load Config]->Loading Event Groups...
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Load Config]->Loading Events...
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Load Config]->0 total events loaded.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Load Config]->Loading COUNTERS...
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Load Config]->Loading TIMERS...
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->HomeSeer version is: 3.0.0.42
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Creating Speaker Client Interface Object...
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->This version of HomeSeer is registered as a HS3PRO version.
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Info]->Remote plug-in API interface started on port 10400
12/31/2004 6:01:45 PM:[Startup]->Checking for available plug-ins
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Plug-In]->Found plug-in: Z-Wave, version: 3.0.0.29
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Startup]->Initializing Plug-Ins
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Error]->Restoring licenses: Invalid binary format
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Web Server]->Local IP address is: 192.168.244.XXXX
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Web Server]->Web Server started on port YYYY
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Startup]->Start automation engine...
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Startup]->Initializing Speaker Client Interface
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Speech]->Listening for remote speaker connections on port 10401
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Startup]->Starting Event Scheduler...
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Database]->Opening Energy (Mode=Read Only) database /usr/local/HomeSeer/Data/Energy/Energy.hsd
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Startup]->Updater services starting...
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Startup]->Starting DDNS service...
12/31/2004 6:01:48 PM:[Startup]->Running the startup script Startup.vb
12/31/2004 6:01:54 PM:[Startup]->Start up complete.
Type 'shutdown' to shutdown HomeSeer

> 12/31/2004 6:01:54 PM:[Startup]->Scripting is OK and is now running Startup.vb
12/31/2004 6:01:54 PM:[TTS]->Speak ():Welcome to Home-Seer
Home directory /home/joggler not ours.
12/31/2004 6:01:56 PM:[TTS]->Speak ():Web server port number is YYYY
Home directory /home/joggler not ours.
12/31/2004 6:02:03 PM:[Info]->Remote application or plugin has connected: 192.168.244.XXX:56001
12/31/2004 6:02:03 PM:[Jon00_HS3GW]->Ready
12/31/2004 6:02:03 PM:[Jon00_HS2GW]->Reconnected to Homeseer
BTW notice that the time and date are not really sync'd to the NTP server until after starting Homeseer due to the fact that the Joggler doesn't have its own battery backed up clock. If I waited a bit it would show the correct date and time.

I will probably change the home directory such that Homeseer owns it too. As Rob mentions above Homeseer works fine in a VM too. Here I have Jogglers around like ants at a picnic. Just did build a new ZM box using 64 bit Ubuntu. There are some 6-7 Linux boxes around here doing whatever these days. IE: I am using the MythTV MySQL DB for XBMC along with the MythTV stuff.

Doing another HS3 for Linux box (#6) on a Raspberry Pi shortly. Note that the Joggler is Intel Atom based and works fine with Homeseer and Mono. Actually could probably also install Homeseer on the older "chumby's" as they are also Arm based and run debian just fine. (< 1Ghz) or the seagate dockstar at 1.2Ghz.

Yup; here the "testing" Joggler is leaking out its insides as its partially disassembled on my workbench with little wire jumpers and using 3M blue painters tape (great stuff for non painting computer experiments) to keep it together right now.

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So I gave it a shot, got HS3 loaded and running on my MAC but it looks like it wants to call Flite (which is not installed) , wondering if it is possible to use the native MAC speech engine vice using Flite.

If anyone knows pls let me know thx
The startup script calls hs TTS. You can probably just REM that part out. I did try a couple of different speech engines along with Flite; but only Flite worked for me.

the speak.sh file:

Quote:
#!/bin/sh
flite -voice kal16 -t "$1"
the speak_to_file.sh file:

Quote:
#!/bin/sh
flite -o "$1" -t "$2"

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5 right now.

A quick glance at your logs above I see some issues.

1 - DB SQL lite stuff errors
2 - TTS Flite doesn't appear to be installed.
3 - DDNS service (not sure if this depends on a network connection).
4 - /home/pi/hs3/HomeSeer/Data/Energy/Energy is not the same directory structure that I use.

IE: my HomeSeer installation on the Zee and Ubuntu is on:

/usr/local/HomeSeer
Hi Pete. Homeseer should sponsor you for being such a devoted tester :-)

Thanks for looking at the log. I wish it would print the call stack during exceptions, not just message. SQL lite is functional, I can tell from it loading stuff, Flite is also installed.

It fails trying to load classes, which is the meat of the potato here. Argument is out of range is too generic of a message, so I would need the HS guys to weigh in, unless somebody has ideas.

Pete, please let me know if you get it running on the pi.

Thanks.
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Old November 12th, 2013, 05:28 AM
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I will do another one on a Raspberry Pi from scratch and post a step by step.

On the Joggler prior to Rich's posting about what to install I tested the HS3 Zee version and installed:

1 - apt-get install mono-xsp2
2 - apt-get install mono-vbnc
3 - apt-get install mono-complete
4 - apt-get install sqlite3
5 - apt-get install flite-devel

I probably installed more than I needed.

I also created the same groups / users with the same rights that I saw on the Zee on the Joggler. I left it the same for the new HS3 Linux version of Homeseer.
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Hi Pete,

Thanks. I was missing a couple of packages from your list. I also changed the install folder, though I'm certain that path and user makes not difference, since all the stuff is local to the install folder and we run as sudo. Here's the output of my startup and shutdown. As you can see, during shutdown, db seems to be fine. The fact that it can't load classes (early in the log) is the trouble. Those are the spots where it tries to load com ports, web server, etc. Let me know how it goes for you on the pi.

Code:
pi@raspberrypi /usr/local/HomeSeer $ sudo ./go
HomeSeer Linux starting...
0/735184/0001 2:31:36 PM:[Database]->Opening (Mode=Read Only) up HomeSeer LOG database /usr/local/HomeSeer/Logs/HomeSeerLog.hsd
0/735184/0001 2:31:37 PM:[Startup]->Loading Settings
0/735184/0001 2:31:38 PM:[Error]->Error reading user configuration file - incomplete user load: Key 't' already exists in list.
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Warning]->Users configuration file was not found, creating a new one with default user.
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Error]->In Encrypt_RealX:cb
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->Settings Loaded.
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->Current sunrise/sunset values calculated.
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Error]->Reading licenses: cb
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->********************************************************************************
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]-> HomeSeer version 3.0.0.42 Edition: HS3 Pro Starting Now
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->********************************************************************************
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->Stored regional settings
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->Creating Class Objects...
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Error]->Exception creating classes (1) - HomeSeer may NOT run properly! :Argument is out of range.
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Error]->Exception creating classes (2) - HomeSeer may NOT run properly! :Argument is out of range.
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Error]->Exception starting database services, Argument is out of range.
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->HomeSeer version is: 3.0.0.42
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->Creating Speaker Client Interface Object...
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Warning]->This version of HomeSeer is not registered and is currently disabled
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Error]->Unable to start plug-in API: Argument cannot be null.
Parameter name: service
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Startup]->Checking for available plug-ins
0/735184/0001 2:31:42 PM:[Error]->Exception starting Plug-Ins: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Startup]->Start automation engine...
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Error]->Error starting the EventThreads, Argument is out of range.
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Startup]->Initializing Speaker Client Interface
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Error]->Unable to start remote speech API: Argument is out of range.
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Speech]->Listening for remote speaker connections on port 10401
30/,/15151 2:31:43 PM:[Startup]->Starting Event Scheduler...
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Error]->Initializing scheduler threads: Argument is out of range.
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Database]->Opening Energy (Mode=Read Only) database /usr/local/HomeSeer/Data/Energy/Energy.hsd
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Startup]->Updater services starting...
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Error]->Exception starting updater services: Argument is out of range.
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Startup]->Starting DDNS service...
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Error]->Getting WAN IP address: Object reference not set to an instance of an object
0/735184/0001 2:31:43 PM:[Startup]->Start up complete.
Type 'shutdown' to shutdown HomeSeer

> shutdown
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->Application shutdown at 0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->Running shutdown script ...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->Shutdown Script Completed
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->Removing Plug-in Links...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->Removing all Callbacks...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->Shutting down plug-ins ...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Opening (Mode=Read Only) up HomeSeer database /usr/local/HomeSeer/Data/HomeSeerData.hsd
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Saving Devices...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Finished processing devices.
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Saving Event Groups...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Finished processing event GROUPS.
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Saving Counter Triggers...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Finished processing COUNTERs.
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Saving Timer Triggers...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Finished processing TIMERs.
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Database]->Finished processing events.
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->Shutting down database...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->Shutting down email ...
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->-------------------------------------------------------------------
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->             HomeSeer Successfully Shut Down Now
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Shutdown]->-------------------------------------------------------------------
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Error]->Exception adding record(s) to the LOG database(0): Division by zero SQL=
0/735184/0001 2:32:21 PM:[Error]->21 Log records failed to be written to the log database.
HomeSeer Linux has shut down.
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