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Vielen Dank für die Bilder, das probiere ich gleich mal aus.

Revo hat das Kabel ja an die bestehende Antenne angelötet dessen genaue Länge (ausgerollt) ja nicht bekannt ist. Nach meinem Verständnis sollte die Gesamtlänge ja 17,2 cm sein.

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Questions about the release of v0.9

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B + / pimatic 0.9.42 only runs 15 seconds

@arnold if you could post a debug log, that would help.

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Questions about the Forum and Pimatic.org
car rain sensor in pimatic? Is it possible?

Unfortunately, I am also afraid that my rain sensor will not get very old. After two days and some rain it already looks like this.


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any trouble with your setup, linux, pi etc.
Problem to get pimatic-wunderground running

Thanks for the info @mwittig in the other threat, that sounds comprehensible :-)

Another event, maybe bug, just occurred this late afternoon, which fits better to this threat.
As currently only openweather seems to be a in minimum useful solution for my shutter sun-steering idea, I installed the plugin.

But I wondered, as with that installation, resp. after the restart, a new line “command”: “up” has been added to the first rawshutter device in my config.json, which then produced an error event and following also in all rules, which contain this rawshutter.
I did the plugin installation via the pimatic frontend and the record for the respective rawshutter is the first in the device area.

I deleted the line manually in the config-editor, but when I did the second restart, after putting in the apiKey, the same happened again.

To become sure about this ‘line adding’ I deleted the openweather plugin and did the whole procedure a second time and exactly the same happened again.

After uninstallation the openweather plugin in general, I did multiple pimatic restarts and also PI reboots, but no line was added.

To verify if this effect only comes with the openweather plugin, I tested the same with the dwd 0.9.2 and dwd-weather 0.9.5 plugins. Both plugins did not show such behavior.
So however the relationships are, I can reproduce this only with openweather.

For sure I can delete the line from the config manually, but as every restart produces a new line, this would become needless.
I would like to make this transparent for you and maybe the other developers.

Sunny regards
Pedder :-)

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