Mysensors Plugin - Lua Startup Failed
Sven Wolf last edited by
So as the subject line says.
I can't seem to get the mysensors plugin to work.
I have followed the installation instructions but the 'device'
show the following: "Lua Startup Failure"
On the top of my screen there seems to be a log which says:
"MySensors plugin : Choose the Serial Port
MySensors Plugin : Running Lua Startup"
Anyone have any ideas of what to do to make it work?
I'm on a Vera 3 with UI5 by the way.
5546dug last edited by
I think you have the same as I did
From where you are you. Need to go under apps-dev apps-config port
There, change the baud rate to 115200 and select the ' my sensors plugin ' under the 'used by' pull down list .
Important now to save this in Vera and then Hit Save , and then hit reload. That should be it.
Yes, it should be described here:
Sven Wolf last edited by
Oh, maybe I should've scrolled XD
Thanks a lot guys. This will probably fix it.
Hi, I have the same problem but when I go to serial port configaration all I get up is
"Serial Port configuration
If you connected the USB/serial device and it's not displayed here, reload Luup.Reload Luup
Any help appreciated. Using vera lite u17. Thanks
Tried this, hasn't helped. Same message as before. This from device page.
Would chinese clones be causing this problem?
Dwalt last edited by
I have gone to apps-dev apps-config port. but it is not opening the menu up to allow me to set anything.
I go into develop apps, create device & paste D_Arduino1.xml in Upnp Device Filename field.
Thats fine device is created. At this point it is an "Unnamed device"
Then I go back to develop apps Serial port configuration & get this
ClickReload Luup & the device becomes
but i am still not able to choose serial port & if click start on the device I get
lua startup failure message
Also have gone to z-wave settings & restarted luup engine. Thanks
I have come to the conclusion that my vera does not recognise theses nanos & have ordered what I hope is a genuine one by the price. I will see how that goes.
mjunqueira last edited by
There is a cheaper version of the nano that uses the ch340 Usb to Serial, there is no driver on the open wrt, to recognize it,
Please take a look at the bottom of your nano,
if it´s the same of to photo, you will need to buy one with the FTDI chip:
that is the chip on the nanos I bought. The serial gateway is working now I received a genuine nano & the cheap ones work fine with relays, motion sensors etc. All good.