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Thread: Image file for Domoticz running on a Pi with HGI80 drivers installed

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    that's sounds great - I might give that a go.

    were you able to use the same PI .iso that you posted or do I need to start from scratch ?

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    I started from scratch, and just did a standard Linux build. It's pretty quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulockenden View Post
    I started from scratch, and just did a standard Linux build. It's pretty quick.
    Hi Paul - thanks for the push, working here too

    did you find a way to permanently assign the HGI80 USB port to the domoticz VM - from what I can gather you have to reassign it if you have to reboot the NAS

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    Quote Originally Posted by orange View Post
    from what I can gather you have to reassign it if you have to reboot the NAS
    I've not noticed that - reboots have been fine, I think. But then I don't reboot the NAS very often.

    AH - you're right. Just done a reboot.

    That's a pain. Wonder whether there's a way to force it?

    Strange thing is, I have another VM (Windows in this instance) on another Qnap which talks over a USB-Serial converter to a UPS, and that one always connects OK after a reboot.

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    Seems to be a fix here. Will try later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulockenden View Post
    Seems to be a fix here. Will try later.
    was reading that exact thread - can't reboot to check though !

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    Paul where did you get the drivers for the HGI80 to put on the RPI?

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    Lots and lots and lots of Googling. Really struggled to find something that worked. Can't remember where I grabbed the file from, eventually.

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    I'm sure I extracted them from a full Debian image. I'll try and double-check later today as I'm also sure I didn't have to mess around at all grabbing drivers when I installed the latest Ubuntu image on my NAS. The HGI80 worked just by plugging it in.

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    Thank you so much. As always it's the things that people don't see that take the most effort. Do you have the zip file or package? Or atleast a list of all the files and locations.i'very noticed the .fw and the udev file but what else?

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