VictronConnect doesn't work anymore in Ubuntu Linux and just dumps core just after it has been started. Has anyone similar problems?
can i convert an .rvcs file into .vcsf format?
I managed to download the rvcs config file via VRM to my computer.
I want to change some configuration and upload it again.
The only program I can use is the victron connect app on Linux.
This app just creates the .vcsf format.
Is there any way to convert these formats or another way to edit the .rvcs file manualy on Linux?
is there a native linux version of VE configure availiable or a kind of command line tool to do so?
do we still have to use the workaround with wine?
im not too happy with installing Wine just for the victron tool.
My supplier has sent me links to the Windows-compatible utilities
VictronConnectInstaller.exe and VECSetup_B.exe
Which are no use to me, running Linux Mint 20.
I have tried the Linux VictronConnect-x86_64-v5.52.AppImage, which gets stuck doing nothing. Can anyone help with the Linux alternative to the two above, please?
Am I wrong to expect it to connect through the Internet connection?
Changing temperature compensation value in Multiplus-II 24/3000/16-70, BluePower IP67 12/25 and BluePower IP67 12/17 settles as "disabled" what ever is typed into the value field.
Tested with above mentioned equipment.
I have to replace a Color Control GX due to it being overloaded (slow, rebooting, high load averages) after expanding my system. Have already purchased a Cerbo GX.
Is there a reasonably easy way to transfer settings from the old device to a new one, or will I have to do this screen by screen? I am hoping that it may be as easy as SSH in / copy a few config files and directories to and from SD card / reboot?