Installation on Raspberry Pi

You will find here the documentation to install Jeedom on a raspberry PI with a MiroSD card.. There are 2 modes :

Important

Debian 10 (Buster) is the officially supported distribution.

Automatic installation

Download the latest image

You find the images here

Important

There are 2 images : jeedom-debian-XXXX-rpi-X.X.XX.zip which is in 32bits, it is compatible with Raspberry PI models of generation 2 and 3 and jeedom-debian-XXXX-rpi-64-X.X.XX.zip which is in 64bits, it is compatible only for Raspberry Pi4 and is in alpha (not recommended).

Raspberry Pi imager allows you to directly download the installation image of Raspberry Pi OS, in its most recent version.

Burn this image on a MicroSD card with Raspberry Pi imager for example

You can download it here

Start the PI

Insert your MicroSD card, connect the network cable and connect the power.

Important

On first boot, the Raspberry Pi may be slow as it resizes the partition to match your MicroSD card size. In addition, once the first start is made, it is advisable to restart again so that the Swap is of correct size.

Il vous suffit ensuite, dethen votre navigateur, de saisir : http://IP_RPI/ (en remplaçant IP_RPI par l’ip de votre Raspberry Pi).

Information

The default SSH login credentials are : jeedom and Mjeedom96 for the password

Then you can follow the documentation First step with Jeedom

Command line installation

Download the latest “lite” image”

here

Raspberry Pi imager allows you to directly download the installation image of Raspberry Pi OS, in its most recent version.

Burn this image on a MiroSD card with Raspberry Pi imager for example

here

NOTE

If you use Etcher to burn your image, the decompression step is useless (Zip format recognized directly in the selection of the image file).

Enable SSH access

Warning

For security reasons, SSH access is no longer enabled by default on this distribution. So you have to activate it.

An empty ssh file must be created on the boot partition (the only one accessible under windows).

Just right click : new / text document and rename it to “ssh” without extension

Important

Under Windows, in Explorer, you must therefore check your settings in display / options / modify the folder and search options /

ExtensionFichier

Start the Raspberry Pi

Insert your MicroSD card, connect the network cable and connect the power.

Connect in SSH

Identify your Raspberry Pi on the network

You need to know the IP address of your Raspberry PI. Many solutions :

Establish connection

Then use for example PuTTY to establish your connection Here

Enter the IP address of your Raspberry Pi (here 192.168.0.10) and click on open. Accept the default security message on first login.

Log in with credentials pi / raspberry

Important

For security reasons, it is imperative to change the default password. Cases of hacking based on the use of the default login / password pair of the Raspberry Pi are particularly widespread. (Command : passwd and sudo passwd)

Launch the jeedom installation script

wget -O- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/jeedom/core/master/install/install.sh | sudo bash

The sudo password is also raspberry

NOTE

Depending on your internet speed, the installation can take 45 to 90 minutes. You must not interrupt the process before the end. Otherwise, you will have to repeat the entire procedure.

Then just go to IP_MACHINE_JEEDOM

NOTE

The default credentials are admin / admin

NOTE

The following arguments can be used : -w = webserver folder -z = installation dependencies z-wave -m = desired mysql root password

./install.sh -w /var/www/html -z

System optimization

If you use your Raspberry Pi for Jeedom without a screen connected, it is recommended to allocate the minimum of RAM to the video part.

Just log in SSH and modify the config file : sudo nano /boot/config.txt

Add and or De-comment (by removing the #) and or Edit the lines :

gpu_mem=16
disable_l2cache=0
gpu_freq=250

Quit by saving : CTRL+X then O then ENTER

Reboot your Raspberry Pi

Then you can follow the documentation First step with Jeedom

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