Good morning folks;
First post here so here it goes. No laughing, please! :D
As a test I got Mango to run on my daily driver laptop with Ubuntu 11.10 on it.
Was pretty straight forward. Downloaded the app and a couple modules, unpacked the core file, copied the modules into the right place and fired it up, after changing a conflicting port assignment on tomcat.
It ran all day yesterday and seemed fine.
I could not get it running on an Archlinux Pi due to a jdk dependency issue from a missing package on the repository (sqlite). I abandoned that effort and wrote a fresh Raspbian "Wheezy" to a fresh SD card for my #1 Pi. Mango installed fine as it did on the Archlinux Pi. I fired it off with the start script and it has not errored but is still loading after 10 minutes or so. Not sure if it is hung up or what but it has not bailed out. I just killed and restarted it after 45 minutes it gets hung up at this line, apparently permanently:
INFO 2013-01-18 11:30:33,706 (com.serotonin.util.properties.ReloadingProperties.checkForReload:142) - (dglux) Found updated file(s) at [/home/tomw/Mango/web/modules/dglux/classes/dglux.properties]. Reloading properties
So, what brands of Linux are folks using with Mango on the Pi?
Getting it fired up on my laptop has me believing it is a simple issue on the Pi releases I am using.
Thanks for any info. I am very interested in getting Mango running on a Pi to monitor my Midnite Solar Classic MPPT Controller.