Im pulling my hair soon (whats left of it)…
I have a new RPi4 and it seems to work just fine.
At first I had a usb wireless network interface, and it was detected just fine.
Never actually configured it, but it was found and I could see make and model i the logs.
So usbports seems to work as intended.
Now to the issue!
I cant get the Aeon Labs Aeotec z-stick to work.
I get “driverfailed” in the logs and cant start zwave network.
When I look at “hass.io” - “system” - “hardware” it show the…
Many forum says to use ttyACM0 but when adding zwave integration I cant use ttyACM0 … it wont accept it.
It does accept ttyAMA0 … but still cant get HA to start zwave.
Please help me, dont know where to go now!
Plug the zwave stick into a USB 2.0 hub and plug the hub into the RPi.
There is a voltage issue with the Aeon Zwave Stick in the RPi 4
Thank you for your suggestion.
I have bought a 2.0 hub now, and try later this evening.
Weird problem… if this doesn’t work I’ll have to buy a new zwave adapter.
This could explain earlier issues, even on the RPi 2 I had issues that it stopped working that was fixed with a reboot every night.
Jason you are a superstar!
Found a cheap USB 2.0 hub in a store where I live… It did the trick!
The bad part is that this is going to make my ability to sleep worse… Dont have time for it the week to come!
Not really, I’m just the messenger. I came across that nugget researching whether to move up to the RPi4 or jump to a NUC (haven’t done either yet).
Glad I could help