Cayenne for UP2 it's possible


#1

I’m testing Cayenne on the up2 board .I’m using ubilinux and this board that is based on rpi2 but the installation stops. I seem to understand that there is no Python 3 but it is actually installed .Is there anything I can do ? I think that for cayenne it is very interesting to give support also to this card
. Thanks for any information


#2

Hi @fammagg ,

Tagging @jburhenn who might be able to help here.

~Benny


#3

Try installing the Python development headers using:

sudo apt-get install python3-dev


#4

ok installing python developmet and go sudo bash rpi_xt20l…sh -v
Run install and no error
the system was restarted at the end
but at restart the system is never seen
I think everything has been installed, but not being a rpi has not started the service. What can I do ?


#5

What’s the output of sudo service myDevices status and sudo service webiopi status ?


#6

Hello Adam
Thank you for answering . Everything seems active
What do you think?


#7

What do you see on the Cayenne dashboard? Service status looks ok.


#8

The status is offline .The board is probably not recognized by Cayenne because it is based on the intel x86 architecture.


#9

In that case there is also the MQTT connection that you can use to send data to Cayenne.


#10

OK In this case I would have CPU with great computing power used as a raspberry. In this case the 8 GB of DDR4 RAM and the PENTIUM cpu would not be used completely (as power). Correct?


#11

@fammagg I would second @adam and recommend checking out the mqtt connection libraries :slight_smile:
~Benny


#12

Any luck getting this board online with Cayenne @fammagg ?

~Benny


#13

Hello.

I think this very powerful board is wasted on electronics.
For electronics it is better an esp8