Trying to complete ThermIQ2-installation-for-Raspberry-PI instructions. Getting stuck at point 5. I can access the installation web page via IP adress, but page is unresponsive and formatting of the page doesn’t look normal (I don’t seem to be able to attach screenshot here)
On top of the page there is following note:
You must update your PHP version to at least 5.5
You need to update PHP to at least 5.5 in order to run this and future version of ThermIQ.
For Raspberry Pie that means upgrading the OS fom Wheezy to Jessie. Start by pbackuping your databases to Dropbox
There is Close and Ok buttons below the text, but buttons are not responding to clicking
For installation, I think I have followed the guidance precisely with one exception: username is not pi but a personal username (would this play a role in this problem?)
Noticed the check_install script from Debian installation instructions pdf, see below if it helps to dig into this issue. I noted that folder /opt/etc/ is completely empty, I suppose there should be something there if installation would have worked out as planned.
ThermIQ2 installation checks
Your webserver can serve html
And supports the following java versions:
and PHP is working!
phpversion() says: 7.4.33
The machine information is
Linux xxxxxxx 5.15.76-v7l+ #1597 SMP Fri Nov 4 12:14:58 GMT 2022 armv7l Raspbian GNU/Linux 11 \n \l
Trying to read common_settings in the following directorys
but is not able to read ThermIQ configuration files from:
Missing or faulty language file: /opt/etc/Thermiq_.ini
You can correct this in /opt/etc/Thermiq.ini
Checking installed webcontent in /var/www
hello_php.php => /var/www/install/hello_php.php
index.php => /var/www/install/index.php
common_settings => /usr/sbin/common_settings