1. What OS? (Wheezy or Jessie)
2. What class/size SD card? (ex. class 10 16gb)
My root filesystem is on a 32GB sandisk USB flash drive on my Raspberry Pi. So way faster than any SD-card and lots of space.
3. What Model Pi? (A+, A, B+, B, Pi2)
4. Please describe the bug / issue. Attaching any relevant screenshots would be very helpful! Thanks in advance.
So I decided to try and install Cayenne today on my RPi B+. Overall, it did install and I am able to use the web dashboard so yoohoo for that
Some hiccups I faced:
Config: RPi B+ running full Wheezy 7.10 (kernel 4.1.13) with root partition on a USB flash drive (32GB, filesystem already expanded)
I have put the entire install log here: myDevices-install-log
I read some of the other discussions on this topic. The problems I faced were:
The install hangs at Line 170 (“Installing myDevices agent”). I had to press ENTER and then it continues. Why is this old bug still there?
There are 4 places in the log where there is the error: “/tmp/myDevices-1.0/setup.sh: line 162: /etc/myDevices/uninstall/installed_deb: No such file or directory”. Does this affect anything? What’s the cause?
I wanted to understand the install process. It seems to be using the ‘/tmp’ directory for build. All later directories are like: “./myDevices-1.0/”. What location is this? Is it referring to this directory within /tmp or somewhere else?
Do I need to do any clean-up after install to remove unnecessary files? Since there was an error (point 2 above) referencing ‘uninstall’, how do I uninstall when I have to?