Domoticz compatibility with debian 9 stretch

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Domoticz compatibility with debian 9 stretch

Post by ebretteville » Monday 19 June 2017 14:15

As debian 9 codename stretch is out, raspbian should come along with this new packets as default:
- PHP
- MariaDB

So my question is: "Is domoticz is/will (be) compatible with this new packages?!

Thx

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Re: Domoticz compatibility with debian 9 stretch

Post by MacJL » Monday 19 June 2017 14:52

I don't think PHP and MariaDB will impact domoticz, as domoticz does'nt use them.

But I tried to use Stretch, and I have this issue at start :

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/domoticz/domoticz: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.0.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
In stretch, libssl is at version 1.1.0.

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Re: Domoticz compatibility with debian 9 stretch

Post by Egregius » Tuesday 20 June 2017 8:14

Is the libssl error only valid if you use https? Or always?
I'd like to update to Debian Stretch. Just updated my 3 pikrellcams and it went smoothly without any issues.
First thing I noticed in Debian Stretch is a huge memory usage difference. A freshly booted pi with Jessie used 150MB memory, one with stretch 56MB.

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Re: Domoticz compatibility with debian 9 stretch

Post by MacJL » Tuesday 20 June 2017 9:52

Thank you for your response Egregius. I'm running domoticz in a docker container on x86_64 architecture. So I've installed the minimum packages for make it work, whicl include libssl-1.1.0. And the start options doesn't specify anything about https.

Could you tell me which version of libssl do you have installed ? Are you using domoticz pre-compiled binaries, or do you build it from sources?

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Re: Domoticz compatibility with debian 9 stretch

Post by Egregius » Tuesday 20 June 2017 9:56

If you set the ssl port to 0 it will be disabled.
Can't check versions right now, updating to Stretch... Will soon know if mine keeps running...

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Re: Domoticz compatibility with debian 9 stretch

Post by MacJL » Tuesday 20 June 2017 21:06

I tried disabling https, and still have the error.
Does your upgrade complete? Have you the same problem?

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Re: Domoticz compatibility with debian 9 stretch

Post by Egregius » Tuesday 20 June 2017 21:31

Well...
Domoticz ran
Lighttpd ran
But I had a major issue with pages that embed the camera mjpeg streams so I reverted back to Jessie.

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Re: Domoticz compatibility with debian 9 stretch

Post by ben53252642 » Monday 28 August 2017 7:24

MacJL wrote:
Monday 19 June 2017 14:52
I don't think PHP and MariaDB will impact domoticz, as domoticz does'nt use them.

But I tried to use Stretch, and I have this issue at start :

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/domoticz/domoticz: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.0.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
In stretch, libssl is at version 1.1.0.
Solution for me (64bit Debian Stretch):
1) Download https://packages.debian.org/jessie/amd6 ... 0/download
2) dpkg -i libssl1.0.0*

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