I’m running zigbee2mqtt on CC2531 (with antenna, forgot its model) and a Linux machine.
Sometimes zigbee2mqtt stops working and I have to change the ownership of the device (chown) to successfully run it again. So I put it in one script:
~/my_services/zigbee2mqtt_service $ cat z2m.sh sudo chown gal /dev/ttyACM0 cd /opt/zigbee2mqtt npm start
and created a service in systemd/systemctl for the script:
~/my_services/zigbee2mqtt_service $ systemctl cat zigbee2mqtt.service # /etc/systemd/system/zigbee2mqtt.service [Unit] Description=zigbee2mqtt After=network.target [Service] # ExecStart=/usr/local/bin/npm start # WorkingDirectory=/opt/zigbee2mqtt ExecStart=/home/gal/my_services/zigbee2mqtt_service/z2m.sh StandardOutput=inherit StandardError=inherit Restart=always User=gal [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
This used to work, but for some reason, it won’t run now. I’m tried enabling, starting manually, and reload daemon. If I run the z2m.sh script manually it works well, but I’m working from a remote machine so I have to disconnect, which stops zigbee2mqtt.
It’d be great if you can point me to what to fix, or to a different way to recover from the ‘revoked ownership’.