@cinghialino I would suggest we keep your Troubleshooting in a new Topic.
You can start the (host) emulator with
--debug true argument. or in docker check the docker logs with
sudo docker logs diyHue-beta -f
Lets see what the output shows upon trying to pair and when you press the Link button.
for live support and troubleshooting you can also contact us on joinslack.diyhue.org
thank you. I think I will make another attempt with a fresh SD card and, if getting the same results, Will install docker on RaspPi and try that route.
I’ll get back to you here once I have more data
@cinghialino how is the progress?
I’ve installed docker, made the container run, but now (since I am experiencing the “Oops, there appears to be no lighting here”, I have to update the configuration to reflect v2 API, as referenced here)
Basically, I can’t find the configuration. The docs are lacking this info.
so, I’m stuck…
update: I’ve found the config (the first time I ran the command
sudo docker run -d --name diyHue --restart=always --network=host -e MAC=(my MAC ADDRESS) -v /mnt/hue-emulator/config:/opt/hue-emulator/config diyhue/core:latest it didn’t create
/mnt/hue-emulator/config/ at all)
so now I have stopped the container, edited the
config.json to reflect
API : 1.49.0
Software Version: 1949203030
and restarted the container, but when I visit [IP address]/hue/linkbutton I still get the dreaded “Oops, there appears to be no lighting here”
I managed to solve it by not going to [IP]/hue/linkbutton but directly to the IP address of diyHue.
I guess I can take it from here. Thanks
This is actually the correct way as the root url delivers the web ui and all subd URLs are loaded Inline.