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Philippe
@philb29
faudra que je regardes mes notes chez moi ce soir, j'en ai p-e un peu plus sur un papier
tikismoke
@tikismoke
I do not get that sort of message and can't replay it throw hex neither.
John
@john30
in the master part, 0x101105 is the PBSB command bytes and the data length (5 bytes)
in the slave part, 0x09 is the data length (9 bytes)
tikismoke
@tikismoke
2016-11-05 13:58:19.002 [update notice] unknown MS cmd: 0115101105001e010101 / 0906038a0c0000970001
Ok i saw now that sort of message
i can confirm in answer 06 is changed to 46 when flamme is ppresent
for test the setpoint was set to 30°=>1E
but i can't replay that message in hex
tikismoke
@tikismoke
In fact also a 'd' appear when flamme is present too: 0946038d0c0000970001
see also a 'b' instead: 0906038b0c0000970001
tikismoke
@tikismoke
also a 'd' without '4' 0906038d0c0000970001
andig
@andig
good evening
I'm new to ebus and would like to know if Vaillaint ecoTec is generally supported?
I hope the question is appropriate here
John
@john30
sure, this is generally supported
andig
@andig

Great. Ordered the boards and parts now. I'm stuck after installing ebusd on raspbian when doing the config check:

pi@raspberrypi:~/ebusd $ ./src/ebusd/ebusd --checkconfig --scanconfig | more
2016-12-01 10:12:52.034 [main notice] ebusd 2.3.a991a37 performing configuration check...
Error reading "/etc/ebusd/ebusd-2.1.x/de/vaillant/_templates.csv" line 45 field 5 value "": ERR: element not found
Erroneous item is here:
tempsensor,temp;sensor,,,
             ^
Error reading "/etc/ebusd/ebusd-2.1.x/de/vaillant/_templates.csv" line 47 field 5 value "": ERR: element not found
Erroneous item is here:
tempmirrorsensor,temp;tempmirror;sensor,,,
                      ^
Error reading "/etc/ebusd/ebusd-2.1.x/de/vaillant/25.solsy.hwc.csv" line 17 field 14 value "Temperature of SP1 sensor": ERR: element not found
Erroneous item is here:
r,,Storage1Sensor2,SP1 Sensor,,,,0000,,,tempsensor,,,Temperature of SP1 sensor

Did I choose the wrong set of config files for the git ebusd version? From the wiki it didn't become entirely clear for me how to prepare the config files for usage?

John
@john30
you need to check out either ebusd-2.1.x/de or ebusd-2.1.x/en into /etc/ebusd, not just parts thereof
oh, and you need to place the contents of that folder directly into /etc/ebusd (or change the config directory accordingly with param "-c"), i.e. the "ebusd-2.1.x/de" parts need to get removed from the paths in your output
andig
@andig

I'd need some help to understand writing to the bus. I'd like to set FlowTempDesired for an ecoTEC- how would I do that? I'm not sure about the circuit name etc?

I can read it like this: ebusctl read FlowTempDesired

John
@john30
see my answer in the issue: john30/ebusd-configuration#39
Michaël Dierick
@MikiDi
@john30 I seem to notice that when enabling "raw" mode via ebusctl more messages get decoded: some that before didn't show up now do, others that were there already now get updated more frequently (i watch them via the http interface "/data/?&since=1&verbose=1" ), any idea what that could be (I'm in readonly mode)? Not that this is a real problem but i thought it was worth mentioning as this probably isn't intended behaviour ...
John
@john30
hm, i can hardly imagine how this should influence the update behaviour. even worse, when havin raw mode activated, ebusd needs a lot more time to write every byte to the file, so on a platform with limited resources, it should rather work worse than better...
cakysk
@cakysk
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Hello, ebusctl i command is showing that there is a new version and new config files.. where can I find, especially, the newer config files?
John
@john30
the newer ebusd version is related to every commit done in github since the release, but I'll correct that.
newer config files are available from the repository https://github.com/john30/ebusd-configuration by checking out the ebusd-2.1.x/de or /en directory.
cakysk
@cakysk
thanks for answer John
scantineau
@scantineau
Hello,
Do you have more informations about mqtt support ?
I started ebusd like that : sudo ebusd --scanconfig --mqttretain --mqtthost=myhost --mqttport=1883 --mqttuser=myuser --mqttpass=mypass
I got 2017-10-11 15:51:07.503 [mqtt notice] connection established so everything seems ok.
Then : ebusctl find | grep PumpStatus
700 Hc1PumpStatus = 0
700 Hc2PumpStatus = 0
And when I try
mosquitto_sub -t 'ebusd/700/Hc1PumpStatus'
Nothing appears...
I also tried mosquitto_sub -t 'ebusd/global/uptime' but no more...
Thanks
scantineau
@scantineau
Got this in log (not the original format) :
11/10/2017 16:18:58.119 mqtt error read message message ebusd global/uptime not found
11/10/2017 16:20:04.588 mqtt error read message message ebusd global/uptime not found
11/10/2017 16:20:08.075 mqtt error read message message ebusd global/uptime not found
11/10/2017 16:20:11.061 mqtt error read message message ebusd global/uptime not found
11/10/2017 16:22:04.319 mqtt error read message message ebusd global not found
11/10/2017 16:22:20.642 mqtt error read message message ebusd global not found
John
@john30
especially the part with the /get is important here, as ebusd does not actively request messages on the eBUS unless you tell it to do so
scantineau
@scantineau
Problem was solved with john30/ebusd#110
Philippe Coval
@rzr
hi
Philippe Coval
@rzr
Any expert on 868Mhz comm around ?
Jan Szumiec
@jasiek
hey. i was looking for a raspberry pi-ready docker image but can't find one. if there isn't one i can put one together and submit a PR
John
@john30
there is a release for direct use on rpi, but no docker image yet. should be easy to generate using the Dockerfile in the repo though
Jan Szumiec
@jasiek
release = .deb, right?
John
@john30
yes
Jan Szumiec
@jasiek
great, i'll have a look - thanks
has someone written a frontend to manage different devices using ebusd?
tikismoke
@tikismoke
Jan, They're is an ebusd plugin available for domogik.
Jan Szumiec
@jasiek
thx
violant
@violant
Hi, Is there info about list of available ebusd plugins for home automation software like FHEM, domogik, OpenHab, Domoticz, HomeAssistant etc?
John
@john30
not complete list, but at least a start here: https://github.com/john30/ebusd/wiki/7.-Integrations
violant
@violant
@john30 Thank you for the link.
tomww
@tomww
sorry for maybe repeated question, what would be the common way to enable recent ebusd version to work with Wolf CGB-2 14 ? It looks to me like the version 2.00 of the Wolf controller is not reflected in the ebusd-configuration. 2019-02-17 20:48:27.021 [bus notice] scan 08: ;Wolf; !;0002;0000#
tomww
@tomww
@tomww looking into this post, looks promising https://forum.fhem.de/index.php/topic,95173.msg889316.html#msg889316
John
@john30
Wolf is rather experimental as no one really cares decently for corrected message definitions. volunteers? :-)