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This is release of RaspberryMatic which is a hotfix release with the following important bugfixes and minor feature changes:

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🚧 Changes:

For all changes, see the full commit log.

CCU/HomeMatic service changes:

  • fixed broken CloudMatic support by using the correct /opt/mh/openvpn wrapper script to accept SHA1-based certificates. Furthermore, a working reverse proxy nginx binary is now integrated for all supported platforms so that this CloudMatic functionality should also work again (#2467).
  • fixed constantly restarting HMIPServer if the diagram functionality is used by having downgraded the used Java version to Java8 ( because of incompatibilities in HMIPServer to correctly run with Java versions > 8 (#2470).
  • fixed RPI-RF-MOD led management process hss_led to not use a non-priviledged user and group in case it is used in a docker-based environment (e.g. HomeAssistant Add-On) so that the docker container can correctly set LED states again (#2466).
  • modified system shutdown procedure to block access to the CCU remote apis by returning a 503 Service Unavailable status code like this is done during bootup. This should enforce that external engines are not accessing these APIs while the system is in shutdown mode.

WebUI changes:

  • n/a

Operating system changes:

  • updated upstream kernel to 6.1.58.
  • updated buildroot to 2023.08.2 and retired upstream integrated patches.
  • updated node.js to 18.18.2.
  • added prefix=/usr/local to /usr/etc/npmrc to make sure node modules are always installed in /usr/local if npm is used on command-line.

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πŸ“ Support:

For support on installation and help please visit the following web pages:

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RaspberryMatic – Discussions πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
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RaspberryMatic – Forum πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

πŸ“¦ Download:

The following installation archives can be downloaded for different hardware platforms. To verify their integrity a sha256 checksum is provided as well. You can either upload these files using the WebUI-based update mechanism or unarchive them to e.g. flash the included *.img files on a fresh installation media (e.g. microSD card):