Beta V0_7bX

5 years 4 months ago #462 by EasyIoT

bobl wrote: So far so good. Easy to upgrade except that getting the pi to unrar was near impossible. Am running mysensors dimmer, humidity/temp and the pi gpio relay.


You can unrar under windows. Install samba on Pi and then share Pi's SD card in Windows as network drive.
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5 years 4 months ago #481 by Dennis
Hello,

I can't get the 0.7b to start under windows, it complains about missing a dll called librf24-bcm, throws a "System.DLLNotFoundException" and then exits.
The DLL is not present in the unrar'ed folder, instead there are two files with .SO extension?

What to do?

Regards
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5 years 4 months ago #489 by Xavier
You run the RPi specific version that rely on nRF24 or ESP8266 for communication. The Win version don't use nRF24, only ESP8266.
AFAIK there is no 07b version released for windows, I've only seen the v06 one.
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5 years 4 months ago #492 by Dennis
I'm not sure about the RPi version: I just downloaded the 0,7b ZIP and theres a load of DLLs and an EXE inside the folder? Looks like windows code to me, so I tried to run it under windows, and it executes and throws a windows exception.

The "official" 0.6 win version runs fine.

If the beta is not intended for windows, then I wonder what those dll's are for.

Regards
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5 years 4 months ago #494 by Xavier
Yes it looks funny under Linux, but it's the same when I run ssh in a Cygwin terminal under windows. EasyIoT is a .Net application that runs inside a MS Windows framework, that is Mono under Linux OS.
Look at the EasyIoT v0.6 for Windows version, the container is ./easyiot_win folder, whereas it is ./easyiot for the Raspbian version. And in the Windows version the .so libraries were removed too. Despite this, some libraries are strictly the same in both versions.
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5 years 4 months ago #501 by Dennis
Ah, I see, so it is indeed the linux version and will not run on widoze. Thanks for the clarification.

Regards
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