Help with Raspberry Install.



  • Hello, sorry for the trouble but I´m new with Linux and Raspberry Pi, I have an Raspberry Pi 2 and when I try to star the server I get

    /usr/bin/java
    java version :1.8.0
    Start issued for Mycontroller

    Is this because of the oracle java?!?

    Thank you.



  • I don't understand your question. If you are talking about the version 1.8.0 showed for java, then yes its Oracle Java.. When you start that's the message you get. You can check with your browser by opening the site, it works fine when I get that message.

    What seems to be the problem here.


  • Plugin Developer

    @raulandresmoch Yes, as @Suresh-Mali metioned whenever you start MyController server it will list your java path and java version. Seems MyController server started successfully.

    Now you can launch MyController GUI on your computer browser. https://rpi-ip:8443 (replace rpi-ip with your raspberryPi IP) if it does not launch you have to check mycontroller/logs/mycontroller.log for more information.

    To know more about your java version, launch MyController server page on your browser, then click on More-> System Status



  • Thank you for your info.

    But Im still getting that cannot connect to the server.

    My IP its 192.168.6.220:8443 when I tried it seems not to exist.

    I didn't change anything on the configuration file, so maybe thats something that Im doing wrong.

    Sorry for the inconvenience but Im new, but want to learn!!

    Best regards


  • Plugin Developer

    @raulandresmoch said:

    Thank you for your info.

    But Im still getting that cannot connect to the server.

    My IP its 192.168.6.220:8443 when I tried it seems not to exist.

    I didn't change anything on the configuration file, so maybe thats something that Im doing wrong.

    Sorry for the inconvenience but Im new, but want to learn!!

    Best regards

    @raulandresmoch Are you seeing any error under the log filemycontroller/logs/mycontroller.log?

    use this url https://192.168.6.220:8443. You have to add https on the url.



  • @jkandasa said:

    https://192.168.6.220:8443

    YES!!!!! That was the problem!!! Thanks already working I already added some sensors and its working Beautiful!!!!! Hope you keep developing and keep the good work!!!!

    Best regards


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