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Raspberry Pi: "NOTICE: no pilight ssdp connections found"
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Hi,

I have recently discovered the joys of Raspberry Pi and want to use it together with pilight to control a 433 MHz device (window blinds).

My problem is that after installing pilight 8.1.4, invoking pilight-receive results in an error message that "no pilight ssdp connections found".

I have searched the forum, tried the suggested solutions in the FAQ (the iptables command and the changes in /etc/network/interfaces). Since neither worked, I bit the bullet, did a fresh install of Raspbian and compiled pilight manually. Again, the same result.

Now I am at a bit of a loss and hope for helpful suggestions.

What could be wrong?

What should I check?

Many thanks for any ideas you might have!

Andreas
 
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#2
You can try changing the standalone setting to 0.
 
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(04-30-2019, 06:06 PM)curlymo Wrote: You can try changing the standalone setting to 0.

Thanks for the suggestion - I tried that, too, but forgot to mention it. No change.

Here is my config.json, if that helps:

Code:
{
        "devices": {},
        "rules": {},
        "gui": {},
        "settings": {
                "log-level": 6,
                "pid-file": "/var/run/pilight.pid",
                "log-file": "/var/log/pilight.log",
                "standalone": 0,
                "webserver-enable": 1,
                "webserver-root": "/usr/local/share/pilight/webgui",
                "webserver-http-port": 5001,
                "webserver-https-port": 5002,
                "webserver-cache": 1,
                "whitelist": "",
                "gpio-platform": "none"
        },
        "hardware": {},
        "registry": {
                "webserver": {
                        "ssl": {
                                "certificate": {
                                        "location": "/etc/pilight/pilight.pem"
                                }
                        }
                },
                "pilight": {
                        "version": {
                                "current": "8.1.3"
                        }
                }
        }
}
 
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#4
Does setting the server and port when using pilight-receive work?
 
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(04-30-2019, 07:46 PM)curlymo Wrote: Does setting the server and port when using pilight-receive work?

What settings should I try? I only submitted "sudo pilight-receive" so far.

I copied this from a German website explaining such use
(see - sorry - can't post the link here, apparently...)

Thanks for your help!
 
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#6
https://manual.pilight.org/programs/receive.html
 
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(04-30-2019, 08:05 PM)curlymo Wrote: manual.pilight.org/programs/receive.html

Thank you very much and please excuse my ignorance - I did indeed overlook those entries about programs.

How do I find out which numbers to put into the -P and -S arguments? Which bits of my system are required, and how do I learn about them?

Many thanks again!
 
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(04-30-2019, 08:13 PM)abusch Wrote:
(04-30-2019, 08:05 PM)curlymo Wrote: manual.pilight.org/programs/receive.html

Thank you very much and please excuse my ignorance - I did indeed overlook those entries about programs.

How do I find out which numbers to put into the -P and -S arguments? Which bits of my system are required, and how do I learn about them?

Many thanks again!

I have now worked through the information and updated the config.json file, among other things with information on port (5000), whitelist (I put in "*.*.*.*" - is that good?), gpio-platform "raspberrypi3" (I have a 3 B+ - correct?).

Now when I submit "pilight-receive", the error message no longer appears. But pointing my remote control at the 433MHz receiver on the Raspberry Pi does not yield any output.

How can I check what is still wrong? I checked with another program that the remote is readable from the setup (but I cannot decode the signal with the other program...)

Many thanks for any ideas you may share!
 
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#9
Please continue reading the manual and the forum. What you are asking should be answered well enough there.
 
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