sudo dpkg -i freedomotic_5.5.1.deb
or use your preferred packages manager. The installation could require some missing dependencies. In this case digit
sudo apt-get install -f
You can now call Freedomotic with SUDO (no problem, it automatically runs as “freedomotic” user) but your Linux user won’t be able to access config files unless it belongs to group “freedomotic”, so the best choice is to issue a
sudo adduser <your-username> freedomotic
exit and re-login. You no longer need to SUDO when calling Freedomotic.
or click on the Application Menu item.
java -jar "freedomotic.jar"
You can follow the Quick Start guide on the official site.
If you already have an SD card with a working Raspbian OS skip this entirely and start from Install Freedomotic automatically
After you have a working Raspian OS you can install Freedomotic on it.
Insert your SD card on Raspberry, boot your system and connect using SSH. On Linux write this on command line
Default password is raspberry.
Open Terminal and copy/paste this command to install and start Freedomotic automatically
sudo curl -s http://freedomotic-user-manual.readthedocs.io/scripts/freedomotic-raspberry-install | sh
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