Raspberry Pi Quick Start
This section provides Eclipse Kura™ quick installation procedures for the Raspberry Pi and the Kura development environment.
This quickstart will install the version of Kura with the administrative web UI and network configuration support but not CAN support. For more information on this please visit the Eclipse Kura download page
This quickstart has been tested using the following image:
and with the NOOBS image installed on the sd card bundled with the Raspberry Pi 3.
Enable SSH Access
The ssh server is disabled by default on Raspbian images released after November 2016, in order to enable it to follow the instructions available at the following URL:
Eclipse Kura™ Installation
The last Raspbian Stretch adopts the new Consistent Network Device Naming. To correctly run Eclipse Kura on the Raspberry Pi, it should be disabled adding the
net.ifnames=0 parameter at the end of the /boot/cmdline.txt file.
To install Kura with its dependencies on the Raspberry Pi, perform the following steps:
Boot the Raspberry Pi with the latest Raspbian image (starting from release 2.1.0 Kura only supports Debian 8 or above).
The dhcpcd5 package is not compatible with Kura and needs to be removed performing the following command:
sudo apt-get purge dhcpcd5
After removing dhcpcd5 package you need to enable network interface(s) and ensure internet access. Follow the instructions here.
Install the gdebi command line tool:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gdebi-core
Make sure that Java 8 is installed with
if not install OpenJDK 8 performing the following command:
sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jre-headless
Download the Kura package with:
Note: replace <version> in the URL above with the version number of the latest release (e.g. 4.1.0).
Install Kura with:
sudo gdebi kura_<version>_raspberry-pi-2-3_installer.deb
It could happen that ‘wlan’ interface is “soft blocked” by default and needs to be enabled. To see if it is blocked run:
and unblock it with:
sudo rfkill unblock wlan
Set the right Wi-Fi regulatory domain based on your current world region following the instructions here In case of problems, you could try to edit the <pre>/etc/default/crda</pre> adding the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code of your region
Reboot the Raspberry Pi with:
Kura starts on the target platform after reboot.
Kura setups a local web ui that is available using a browser via:
The browser will prompt the user to accept the connection to an endpoint with an untrusted certificate:
Once trusted the source, the user will be redirected to a login page where the default username is:
and the default password is: