Martin Rapavy | 21 Apr 09:52 2015

DS2430A: application register in the uncached branch

Hello,

 

I discovered an issue with the DS2430A (family code == 0x14) when reading an ‘application‘ file from ‘uncached‘ branch of the OWFS filesystem. When reading from ‘non-uncached‘, the file contains contents of device application register. However when reading from ‘uncached‘ branch, the application file becomes immidiatelly empty and even further reads from ‘non-uncached‘ branch return empty file until the restart of owfs. Here’s what I did:

 

# hexdump /var/1wire/14.A642F4030000/application

0000000 0013 282a 799c 033d

0000008

# hexdump /var/1wire/uncached/14.A642F4030000/application

# hexdump /var/1wire/14.A642F4030000/application

# /etc/init.d/owfs restart

Restarting OWFS: owfs.

root <at> EvalBoard:~# hexdump /var/1wire/14.A642F4030000/application

0000000 0013 282a 799c 033d

0000008

 

I’m using version 3.0p2.

 

Best regads,

Martin

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Colin Reese | 20 Apr 21:15 2015
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Known issues with 2.9p5 and ARMv7?

Hi all,

I've recently run into issues with control code on the Raspberry Pi 2 that worked flawlessly on the Raspberry Pi B and B+ for some time. It is quite sporadically entering a shutdown state (indicated by red light on and unresponsive), in a matter of tens of minutes or several hours, depending on activity.

After disabling and then enabling pieces of code for boot and run-time, I have found that:
1. Without owfs running, systems are stable
2. When owfs is run at boot, system crashes after many hours
3. Nothing interesting is found in dmesg or syslog, but it is clear from the ow_daemon message complaining that no 1Wire networks are available, that it is the last operation run  
4. The output below was caught on an open console prior to a crash.

The question is: are there any known compatibility issues with 2.9p5 and ARMv7? I have stayed with a known good version, but now that it's known not good, I'll gladly upgrade if it fixes. If not, I may just compile in debug and see what I see. 

Cheers,
C

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780183] Internal error: Oops: 17 [#1] PREEMPT SMP ARM

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780378] Process mmcqd/0 (pid: 55, stack limit = 0xb9038238)

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780388] Stack: (0xb9039de8 to 0xb903a000)

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780402] 9de0:                   00000000 ae6ebd98 00000000 ae6ebd98 00000000 60000013

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780417] 9e00: b9039e2c b9039e10 802bebb8 802c0278 ae6ebd98 00000000 b9020000 00000000

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780432] 9e20: b9039e54 b9039e30 802bec24 802beae8 00000000 ae6ebd98 b998c808 b998c938

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780446] 9e40: b998c400 b998c830 b9039e64 b9039e58 802bec54 802bebec b9039ed4 b9039e68

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780461] 9e60: 8041736c 802bec44 b9039ec4 b9039e78 804075d0 8005ba64 00000000 b9a6f990

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780475] 9e80: b996e780 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 b9a6fa54 b998c800 00000000

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780490] 9ea0: b998c400 00000000 b9a6fa54 b998c808 b998c400 00000000 b9a6fa54 b998c800

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780504] 9ec0: 00000000 00000000 b9039f24 b9039ed8 80417740 80416b4c 00000000 b9038000

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780519] 9ee0: b9038000 b9020000 b9038000 00000000 24590411 b9a6f800 b9038000 b9020000

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780533] 9f00: b9038000 00000000 00000000 00000001 00000000 b998c808 b9039f5c b9039f28

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780548] 9f20: 80418a40 80417648 b9038028 b998c810 80418988 b996a800 00000000 b998c808

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780562] 9f40: 80418988 00000000 00000000 00000000 b9039fac b9039f60 80040530 80418994

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780577] 9f60: 805340c4 00000000 b9039f94 b998c808 00000000 00000000 b9039f78 b9039f78

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780591] 9f80: 00000000 00000000 b9039f88 b9039f88 b996a800 80040450 00000000 00000000

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780606] 9fa0: 00000000 b9039fb0 8000ec88 8004045c 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780619] 9fc0: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780633] 9fe0: 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000013 00000000 55555555 55555555

Message from syslogd <at> raspberrypi at Apr 19 14:14:19 ...

kernel:[54272.780808] Code: e52de004 e8bd4000 e5907320 e5916098 (e5973010)


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Jim Lill | 12 Apr 13:27 2015

3.1p2


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Lyle Giese | 9 Apr 19:27 2015
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Compile usages on SLES 11 sp3

I am trying to install owfs from source(3.1p0) on SLES 11 sp3.  I am 
getting two errors, the second one I am unable to work around.

The first is with soelim in the Makefile's for the man pages.  The 
Makefiles use -r with soelim and the version of soelim in SLES 11 sp3 
does not support -r.  The version for soelim in SLES 11 sp3 is 1.18.1  
That's simple enough to edit the Makefile in each man directory and move on.

The second issue is a show stopper for me.  Way beyond my knowledge or 
skill level.  I have libusb and the dev libraries installed in SLES.  
Configure finds what it is looking for and enables USB support, but the 
make process can not find libusb.h.  It's in /usr/include/libusb.h.

In file included from ow_dnssd.c:17:
../../../owlib/src/include/ow.h:302:20:  error: libusb.h No such file or 
directory

I have added /usr/include to /etc/ld.d.conf and then ran ldconfig. No 
improvement.

Any help would be appreciated.

Lyle Giese
LCR Computer Services, Inc.

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some problem with owserver

I have simple lab with RP + DS18B20
Linux raspberrypi 3.18.10+ #774
owfs-3.1p0

configure:20916: result: Current configuration:
configure:20918: result:
configure:20921: result:     Deployment location: /opt/owfs
configure:20924: result:
configure:20926: result: Compile-time options:
configure:20933: result:                       USB is DISABLED
configure:20940: result:                     AVAHI is DISABLED
configure:20944: result:                       I2C is enabled
configure:20951: result:                        W1 is enabled
configure:20958: result:     Parallel port DS1410E is enabled
configure:20965: result:          Zeroconf/Bonjour is enabled
configure:20972: result:              Debug-output is enabled
configure:20979: result:                Mutexdebug is enabled
configure:20989: result:                 Profiling is DISABLED
configure:20996: result: Tracing memory allocation is DISABLED
configure:21000: result:
configure:21002: result: Module configuration:
configure:21006: result:                     owlib is enabled
configure:21013: result:                   owshell is enabled
configure:21020: result:                      owfs is enabled
configure:21027: result:                   owhttpd is enabled
configure:21034: result:                    owftpd is enabled
configure:21041: result:                  owserver is enabled
configure:21048: result:                owexternal is enabled
configure:21055: result:                     ownet is enabled
configure:21062: result:                  ownetlib is enabled
configure:21069: result:                     owtap is enabled
configure:21076: result:                     owmon is enabled
configure:21083: result:                    owcapi is enabled
configure:21093: result:                      swig is DISABLED
configure:21100: result:                    owperl is DISABLED
configure:21107: result:                     owphp is DISABLED
configure:21114: result:                  owpython is DISABLED
configure:21121: result:                     owtcl is DISABLED

owfs.conf
! server: server = localhost:4304
server: w1
server: port = 0.0.0.0:4304
mountpoint = /mnt/1wire
allow_other

I start owserver --debug -c /etc/owfs.conf

If I read value from sensor - I get the right answer
root <at> raspberrypi:/opt/owfs/bin# ./owdir -s localhost:4304 /28.DC7FDE050000
/28.DC7FDE050000/address
/28.DC7FDE050000/alias
/28.DC7FDE050000/crc8
/28.DC7FDE050000/errata
/28.DC7FDE050000/family
/28.DC7FDE050000/fasttemp
/28.DC7FDE050000/id
/28.DC7FDE050000/locator
/28.DC7FDE050000/power
/28.DC7FDE050000/r_address
/28.DC7FDE050000/r_id
/28.DC7FDE050000/r_locator
/28.DC7FDE050000/scratchpad
/28.DC7FDE050000/temperature
/28.DC7FDE050000/temperature10
/28.DC7FDE050000/temperature11
/28.DC7FDE050000/temperature12
/28.DC7FDE050000/temperature9
/28.DC7FDE050000/temphigh
/28.DC7FDE050000/templow
/28.DC7FDE050000/type

But, if i want to send: owdir -s localhost:4304 /  
server starts to lag
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:482]   DEBUG: ow_tcp_read.c:(63) attempt 24 bytes Time:
10.000000 seconds
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:484]   DEBUG: ow_tcp_read.c:(113) read: 24 - 0 = 24
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:484]
 DEBUG: from_client.c:(66) FromClient payload=2 size=0 type=7 sg=0x10A
offset=0
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:484]
 DEBUG: from_client.c:(74) FromClient (no servermessage) payload=2 size=0
type=7 controlflag
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:484] s=0x10A offset=0
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:484]
 DEBUG: ow_tcp_read.c:(63) attempt 2 bytes Time: 10.000000 seconds
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:484]
 DEBUG: ow_tcp_read.c:(113) read: 2 - 0 = 2
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:484]
 DEBUG: handler.c:(153) START handler /
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:484]
  CALL: data.c:(103) DataHandler: parse path=/
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:487]   DEBUG: ow_parseobject.c:(163) /
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:487]
  CALL: ow_parsename.c:(102) path=[/]
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:487]
  CALL: data.c:(163) Directory message (all at once)
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:487]
 DEBUG: dirall.c:(66) OWSERVER Dir-All SpecifiedBus=0 path = /
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:487]
 DEBUG: ow_dir.c:(78) path=/
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:487]
  CALL: ow_dir.c:(102) path=/
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:488]   DEBUG: ow_cache.c:(853) Looking for directory 00
00 00 00 00 00 00 00
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:489]
 DEBUG: ow_cache.c:(866) Get from cache sn 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
pointer=0xb6fbe9dc extens
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:489] ion=1
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:489]
 DEBUG: ow_cache.c:(895) Dir not found in cache
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:490]
 DEBUG: ow_search.c:(32) Start of directory path=/ device=00 00 00 00 00 00
00 00
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:490]
 DEBUG: ow_w1.c:(125) Sending w1 search (list devices) message
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:492]
 DEBUG: ow_w1_send.c:(132) Netlink send -----------------
05/04/15 - 02:54:26:492]
LMSGHDR: len=52 type=3 (NLMSG_DONE) flags=5 seq=1|85 pid=2512
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:492]
CN_MSG: idx/val=3/1 (CN_W1_IDX) seq=1|85 ack=65621 len=16 flags=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:492]
W1_NETLINK_MSG: type=4 (W1_MASTER_CMD) len=4 id=1
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:493] W1_NETLINK_CMD: cmd=2 (W1_CMD_SEARCH) len=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:493]
NULL data
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:495]   DEBUG: ow_w1_send.c:(143) NETLINK sent seq=85
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:495]
  DEBUG: ow_cache.c:(853) Looking for directory 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:495]
  DEBUG: ow_cache.c:(866) Get from cache sn 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
pointer=0xb6fbe9dc extens
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:495] ion=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:496]
  DEBUG: ow_cache.c:(895) Dir not found in cache
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]   DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(120) Pre-parse header: 16
bytes len=60 type=3 seq=1|85 pid=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(141) Netlink read -----------------
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
NLMSGHDR: len=60 type=3 (NLMSG_DONE) flags=0 seq=1|85 pid=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
CN_MSG: idx/val=3/1 (CN_W1_IDX) seq=1|85 ack=65622 len=24 flags=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
W1_NETLINK_MSG: type=4 (W1_MASTER_CMD) len=12 id=1
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
W1_NETLINK_CMD: cmd=2 (W1_CMD_SEARCH) len=8
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
Byte buffer Data, length=8
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
--000: 28 DC 7F DE 05 00 00 84
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
   <(.......>
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_dispatch.c:(91) Netlink message directed to W1 bus master 1
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_dispatch.c:(148) Sending this packet to w1_bus_master1
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:530]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_dispatch.c:(172) Dispatch loop
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:531]   DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(112) Wait to peek at
message
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:532]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(229) Loop waiting for netlink piped message
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:533]   DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(162) Pipe header: len=60
type=3 seq=1|85 pid=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:533]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(195) Pipe read --------------------
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:533]
NLMSGHDR: len=60 type=3 (NLMSG_DONE) flags=0 seq=1|85 pid=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:535] CN_MSG: idx/val=3/1 (CN_W1_IDX) seq=1|85 ack=65622
len=24 flags=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:535]
W1_NETLINK_MSG: type=4 (W1_MASTER_CMD) len=12 id=1
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:535]
W1_NETLINK_CMD: cmd=2 (W1_CMD_SEARCH) len=8
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:535]
Byte buffer Data, length=8
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:535]
--000: 28 DC 7F DE 05 00 00 84
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:537]
   <(.....  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(120) Pre-parse header: 16 bytes len=52
type=3 seq=1|85 pid=
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:537] 0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:538]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(141) Netlink read -----------------
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:538]
NLMSGHDR: len=52 type=3 (NLMSG_DONE) flags=0 seq=1|85 pid=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:538]
CN_MSG: idx/val=3/1 (CN_W1_IDX) seq=1|85 ack=65621 len=16 flags=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:538]
W1_NETLINK_MSG: type=4 (W1_MASTER_CMD) len=4 id=1
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:539] W1_NETLINK_CMD: cmd=2 (W1_CMD_SEARCH) len=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:539]
NULL data
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:539]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_dispatch.c:(91) Netlink message directed to W1 bus master 1
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:539]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_dispatch.c:(148) Sending this packet to w1_bus_master1
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:540]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_dispatch.c:(172) Dispatch loop
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:540]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(112) Wait to peek at message
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:540]
..>
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:542]   DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(249) About to call
nrs_callback
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:542]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(251) Called nrs_callback
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:543]   DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(229) Loop waiting for
netlink piped message
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:543]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(162) Pipe header: len=52 type=3 seq=1|85 pid=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:543]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(195) Pipe read --------------------
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:543]
NLMSGHDR: len=52 type=3 (NLMSG_DONE) flags=0 seq=1|85 pid=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:543]
CN_MSG: idx/val=3/1 (CN_W1_IDX) seq=1|85 ack=65621 len=16 flags=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:545] W1_NETLINK_MSG: type=4 (W1_MASTER_CMD) len=4 id=1
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:545]
W1_NETLINK_CMD: cmd=2 (W1_CMD_SEARCH) len=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:545]
NULL data
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:545]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(249) About to call nrs_callback
[05/04/15 - 02:54:26:545]
  DEBUG: ow_w1_parse.c:(251) Called nrs_callback
[05/04/15 - 02:54:27:485]   DEBUG: loop.c:(109) Taking too long, send a
keep-alive pulse
[05/04/15 - 02:54:27:485]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(76) payload=-1 size=0, ret=0, sg=0x0 offset=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:27:485]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(83) Send delay message (ping)
[05/04/15 - 02:54:28:486]   DEBUG: loop.c:(109) Taking too long, send a
keep-alive pulse
[05/04/15 - 02:54:28:486]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(76) payload=-1 size=0, ret=0, sg=0x0 offset=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:28:486]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(83) Send delay message (ping)
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]   DEBUG: loop.c:(109) Taking too long, send a
keep-alive pulse
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(76) payload=-1 size=0, ret=0, sg=0x0 offset=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(83) Send delay message (ping)
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]   DEBUG: loop.c:(109) Taking too long, send a
keep-alive pulse
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(76) payload=-1 size=0, ret=0, sg=0x0 offset=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(83) Send delay message (ping)
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]   DEBUG: loop.c:(109) Taking too long, send a
keep-alive pulse
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(76) payload=-1 size=0, ret=0, sg=0x0 offset=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(83) Send delay message (ping)
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]   DEBUG: loop.c:(109) Taking too long, send a
keep-alive pulse
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(76) payload=-1 size=0, ret=0, sg=0x0 offset=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(83) Send delay message (ping)
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]   DEBUG: loop.c:(109) Taking too long, send a
keep-alive pulse
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(76) payload=-1 size=0, ret=0, sg=0x0 offset=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(83) Send delay message (ping)
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]   DEBUG: loop.c:(109) Taking too long, send a
keep-alive pulse
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(76) payload=-1 size=0, ret=0, sg=0x0 offset=0
[05/04/15 - 02:54:34:501]
  DEBUG: to_client.c:(83) Send delay message (ping)
[05/04/15 - 02:54:35:499]   DEBUG: loop.c:(109) Taking too long, send a
keep-alive pulse

and at this moment I can't read read value from sensor.
also - i can't find anything at /mnt/1wire - it's empty.

can you help me?

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Compiling option USB=DISABLED ..

Hi to all,

I would like to compile the actual source code for a USB Bus master.

....
Current configuration:

    Deployment location: /opt/owfs

Compile-time options:
                   Caching is enabled
                       USB is DISABLED
                       I2C is enabled
....

Does this information from the ./configure command means,
that it does not support USB Busmaster ?

If so, what do I have to change to get it with "USB is enabled".

Best regards

Ritchie

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Jim Lill | 3 Apr 23:12 2015

Fwd: Re: installing owfs on raspberry pi












Is a patch update coming out soon? I only ask because the last time I edited a file to do something like below, the official patch came out while my compile was running!!

Happy Holidays

-Jim


On 3/29/2015 11:04 AM, Roland Franke wrote:
Hello,
you have to modify the file
module/owshell/src/c/Makefile.am
In line 41 (And followed) you have to add at the end an \
and add the lines:
${LIBUSB_CFLAGS} \
${PTHREAD_CFLAGS}
 
Also exchange the line:
LDADD = ${LD_EXTRALIBS} ${OSLIBS}
with
LDADD = ${LIBUSB_LIBS} ${PTHREAD_LIBS} ${LD_EXTRALIBS} ${OSLIBS}
 
Then modify the file
module/owshell/src/c/Makefile.in
There the same as first be line 498 and following.
 
Best regards,
Roland
 




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Eric Baumann | 3 Apr 22:25 2015
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installing owfs on raspberry pi

Hi all, hi Herbert

you wrote:

here is another complete instruction that worked well for me:
http://wiki.m.nu/index.php/OWFS_with_i2c_support_on_Raspberry_Pi_%28English_version%29
it has to be noted that you have to add owserver and owhttpd additionally to
the proposed start script if desired.

Yes I totally agree ! This one is even better. 
Just a warning to have Perl work at the beginning
would be helpful for newbies. 

Maybe this guy from 
can be contacted? 

Wow, OWFS runns amazing on raspberry pi !


See you guys soon,

Eric
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Ritchie | 1 Apr 19:52 2015
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Strong Pull Function for DS2480 of the owserver activate

Hi to all,

I am fighting with my 1-wire installation, where I have one bus of five, 
who drives me crazy.

I still get a lot of failure in the statistic.

I checked already cabling, bus structure.

I would like to use the function "strong pull" up of my DS2480 
Buscontroller (USB)

Does the owserver support this function ?

How can I analyse this problem better by the owserver tools

Right now, I am using the

http://owserver:2121/bus.0/statistics/errors

to check the

CRC16_tries	3356
CRC8_errors	117
CRC8_tries	16362

I also try to get a snapshoot of the source code, but this failed.

Thanks for any help.

Best regards

Ritchie

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HRueck | 1 Apr 16:15 2015
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Update OWFS

when I want to update to a newer version, do I have to just install the newer
one or do I have to uninstall first the older one?

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HRueck | 1 Apr 11:15 2015
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Re: OWFS anf FHEM on Raspberry2

Problem solved!

FHEM should connect to OWSERVER via localhost.
It is known that FHEM freezes, if no OWSERVER is found.

IP interface localhost was not set on the RasPi.

Silly mistake!!!

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