ToolKit on Ubuntu

Discussion in 'C-Bus Toolkit and C-Gate Software' started by MadMal, Dec 4, 2020.

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    MadMal

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    Has anybody got it to work recently?

    Tried yesterday using the latest version of ToolKit, Ubuntu 20.01 and Wine.

    Finally got it running - but does weird things with project networks (existing projects dont show any networks, but it does tell you if one is open!) .. creating a new project allows you to add a new network and scan the network, but close and reopen and same issue as before!

    Opening basic config screens seems ok (relay/dimmer) - eDLT not good :(

    Thoughts?

    Cheers,

    Mal.
     
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    @DarylMc nice one!

    Of absolutely no help at all.
     
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    I was joking of course but it will install and run CBus Toolkit with minimal fuss.
    If cost is the problem as far as I can tell Windows 10 will run indefinitely unactivated.
     
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    @DarylMc I gathered that - sorry, been a long week and couldnt think of anything more appropriate to reply with!

    Cost is part of the issue - but not in the OS ... also a few other drivers.
     
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