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Noteworthy changes since last image release:

EVCC Electric Vehicle Charge Controller and
Zigbee2MQTT added as optional components
NodeJS update to v16
Raspberry Pi OS 64bit support
Be aware that running in 64 bit has a major drawback: increased memory usage.
That is not a good idea on a heavily memory constrained platform like a RPi.

A NOTE IF YOU HAVE ANY TROUBLE getting openHABian to work: please check out the DEBUG guide.

Full Changelog: v1.7.3...v1.7.4

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Noteworthy changes since last image release:

  • Spinning animation while waiting for apt-get update to run
  • Updates for upstream zram changes
  • General bug fixes
  • GitHub Actions dependency upgrades

A NOTE IF YOU HAVE ANY TROUBLE getting openHABian to work: please check out the DEBUG guide.

Full Changelog: v1.7.2...v1.7.3

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We had to change Java from Zulu to OpenJDK on pretty short notice.
Sorry for that but Azul (the company to provide Zulu) keeps changing their download API often, resulting in Java being unable to install, leaving new openHABian users in the dark so we decided to switch there a little earlier than we intended.
Zulu will remain as an alternative Java provider for the time being, be aware however that it may fail to install at any time thanks to Azul.
(please drop a note if you notice this is happening but don't expect this to get fixed soon).

A NOTE IF YOU HAVE ANY TROUBLE getting openHABian to work: please check out the DEBUG guide.

Noteworthy changes since last image release:

  • default Java provider changed to OpenJDK
  • some bug fixes

What's Changed

Full Changelog: v1.7.1...v1.7.2

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We have upgraded our base operating system to Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye.

As usual upgrades on supported systems will be unaffected, use the openhabian-config menu to apply any updates available to your system.
We will not automatically update your current base system (i.e buster -> bullseye) - don't fix what ain't broken.
Debian buster will be at least supported two more years. If you are eager to upgrade, read up on dist-upgrade or reinstall your system. Please note that if you choose to upgrade and not reinstall, you are on your own, don't expect to get support from the developers of openHABian if something goes wrong.

A NOTE IF YOU HAVE ANY TROUBLE getting openHABian to work: please check out the DEBUG guide.

Noteworthy changes since last image release:

  • New base OS: Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye
    Use 1.7.1 image as this image has the proper settings for cloning the openHABian repo.
  • Added support for Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W
  • Ability to update zram without reinstalling it
  • More robust Java install routine (with Java 17 experimental support coming soon)
  • Fixed Amanda install not prompting for email address to send reports to
  • General bug fixes

Known bugs:

  • Homegear is currently broken on Bullseye (complain to their devs)

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We have upgraded our base operating system to Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye.

As usual upgrades on supported systems will be unaffected, use the openhabian-config menu to apply any updates available to your system.
We will not automatically update your current base system (i.e buster -> bullseye) - don't fix what ain't broken.
Debian buster will be at least supported two more years. If you are eager to upgrade, read up on dist-upgrade or reinstall your system. Please note that if you choose to upgrade and not reinstall, you are on your own, don't expect to get support from the developers of openHABian if something goes wrong.

Noteworthy changes since last image release:

  • New base OS: Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye
  • Added support for Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W
  • Ability to update zram without reinstalling it
  • More robust Java install routine (with Java 17 experimental support coming soon)
  • Fixed Amanda install not prompting for email address to send reports to
  • General bug fixes

Known bugs:

  • Homegear is currently broken on Bullseye (complain to their devs)

You'll find the image below under assets ⤵︎

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openHABian v1.7-beta

Pre-release
Pre-release

We have upgraded our base operating system to Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye.

As usual upgrades on supported systems will be unaffected, use the openhabian-config menu to apply any updates available to your system.
We will not automatically update your current base system (i.e buster -> bullseye) - don't fix what ain't broke.
Debian buster will be at least supported two more years. If you are eager to upgrade, read up on dist-upgrade or reinstall your system. Please note that if you choose to upgrade and not reinstall, you are on your own, don't expect to get support from the developers of openHABian if something goes wrong.

Noteworthy changes since last image release:

  • New base OS: Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye
  • Ability to update zram without reinstalling it
  • More robust Java install routine (with Java 17 experimental support coming soon)
  • Fixed Amanda install not prompting for email address to send reports to
  • General bug fixes

Known bugs:

  • Homegear is currently broken on Bullseye (complain to their devs)

You'll find the image below under assets ⤵︎

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openHABian v1.7-alpha

Pre-release
Pre-release

We have upgraded our base operation system to Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye.

As usual you will get upgrades unaffected by updating from the openhabian-config menu.
We will not automatically update your already installed base system (i.e buster -> bullseye) - don't fix what ain't broken.
Debian buster will be at least supported two more years. If you are eager to upgrade read up on dist-upgrade or reinstall your system. Please note that if you choose to upgrade, you are on your own, don't expect to get support from the developers of openHABian if something goes wrong.

Noteworthy changes since last image release:

  • New base OS: Raspberry Pi OS Bullseye
  • Homegear is currently broken on Bullseye (complain to their devs)
  • General bug fixes

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Maintenance release

to contain all bugfixes to date.
You will need to use this image if you want to install openHAB2 from start using clonebranch=stable .

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This release is essentially a cumulated set of patches.

These include the important replacement of the Bintray repository.
Bintray was shutdown on May 1st, 2021, and this also broke openHABian image based installations as they contained Bintray as a hardcoded source, that now was changed to point to the current active repo.

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  • New frontail theme, with improved UI support thanks to @Interstellar0verdrive

  • Many bug fixes

  • Branches

    • openHAB3 is the default branch for openHAB 3 and is considered stable
    • main is the development branch for openHAB 3 and may or may not be stable
    • stable is our legacy openHAB 2 branch and is considered stable
    • master is deprecated and will be removed on our next release, if you need openHAB 2 support please switch to the stable branch