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= Gateway troubleshootings =
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== Gateway troubleshootings ==
  
== My devices are not recognized by sensiNact ==
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=== My devices are not recognized by sensiNact ===
  
 
Check that you have started sensiNact with *root* (or with *sudo*).
 
Check that you have started sensiNact with *root* (or with *sudo*).
  
== Under Linux - My bundles of sensiNact freezed at starting time ==
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=== Under Linux - My bundles of sensiNact freezed at starting time ===
  
 
It can be because of the system entropy, which is used by <code>SecuredRandom</code> cf. [http://bugs.java.com/view_bug.do?bug_id=6521844 JDK-6521844: SecureRandom hangs on Linux Systems].
 
It can be because of the system entropy, which is used by <code>SecuredRandom</code> cf. [http://bugs.java.com/view_bug.do?bug_id=6521844 JDK-6521844: SecureRandom hangs on Linux Systems].

Latest revision as of 12:14, 13 December 2017

Gateway troubleshootings

My devices are not recognized by sensiNact

Check that you have started sensiNact with *root* (or with *sudo*).

Under Linux - My bundles of sensiNact freezed at starting time

It can be because of the system entropy, which is used by SecuredRandom cf. JDK-6521844: SecureRandom hangs on Linux Systems.

To fix this bug you will have to add the following directive to your launching command line :

-Djava.security.egd=file:/dev/./urandom

and to make sure that the java.security file contains this setting:

securerandom.source=file:/dev/urandom

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