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October 28, 2017
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Hello,

 

im try to install the ThingSpeak on a Raspberry Pi3 without success. Did someone try to install it on Raspberry Pi3. The installation instruction at the web are only for Version 1 and 2. They didn't work on Raspberry Pi3.

 

Thanks

October 30, 2017
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Can you describe what you are trying to do with your Pi3?  Are you trying to read or post data with ThingSpeak?  Are you trying to use MQTT?  What language are you coding in?  

October 30, 2017
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I installed ThingSpeak to a Pi 3 in June 2016 without any real issues. It’s been running continuously since then. Have you tried this install procedure?

https://www.teracomsystems.com/blog/how-to-install-local-thingspeak-server/

October 30, 2017
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Yes I dried it already. I used the newest Version from Raspberry:

 
Raspbian Stretch with desktop

Image with desktop based on Debian Stretch

Version: September 2017

Release date: 2017-09-07

Kernel version: 4.9

 

Here I had problems to install Ruby Version 2.1.4 so I used 2.4.1.  

After the comand " rails server webrick " the server started but when I tried to connect local to it, it crashed.

Which Image for Raspi should I use? I think the new Version is the problem

November 5, 2017
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I used Raspbian Jessie 4.4, 2016-05-27 with Ruby 2.1.5. 

February 6, 2018
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jpsabo said

I used Raspbian Jessie 4.4, 2016-05-27 with Ruby 2.1.5.   

I´ve used the same but after the comand "sudo gem install rails" responses : ERROR "Unable to require OPENSSL"

OPENSSL 1.0.1k is installed, I have no idea what happens.

March 5, 2018
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Look at their install instructions:

Installation on clean install of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

You would immediately notice that these guys are a bunch of rookies.

All you would get from them is a permanent headache.

Just stay away and let others know.

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