Use a Raspberry Pi to control your INSTAR Network Camera. The OpenHAB Linux distribution openHABian aims to provide a self-configuring Linux system setup specific to the needs of every Raspberry Pi user. ## Install openHABian on a Raspberry Pi Following the Quick Start Guide you first have to download the newest version of the openHABian the Etcher tool to prepare your SD card:
Insert the SD card into the Raspberry Pi, connect Ethernet and power and wait approximately 15-45 minutes for openHABian to be installed. As can be seen in the screenshot below, the whole process can take a lot longer on an older Pi - use your SSH terminal (Windows user can use the free Terminal from Mobaterm) to connect to your Pi (default login: user = openhabian and password = openhabian) and check the installation progress:
Once the installation is completed, restart your Pi and log-in again:
If you see the same Error message as in the screenshot above
FireMotD: Info: No FireMotD ExportFile detected follow this Guide to get FireMotD set up. Give your Raspberry Pi some time to boot then access the OpenHAB web interface under
http://openhabpi:8080 (or alternatively via its local IP address) and choose the Standard Package to get started.
Congratulation, you have successfully installed OpenHAB 2 on your Raspberry Pi!