Updating path linux
How to set up a Node.js-environment on your Raspberry Pi and have it run on boot.Running a basic setup of Raspbian on a Raspberry Pi is very easy and clearly explained in their Getting Started Guide.
The required steps to change the system compiler depend on the OS.
I’m currently running open HAB on a headless Arch Linux system using Open JDK as that is the JDK available through their official repositories.
However, there are recommendations on these forums and in the documentation against using Open JDK. Apart from vague statements about Open JDK being “less stable and slower” than the Oracle implementation, I have not seen a technical explanation as to why that is.
My own independent research says Open JDK is now the reference implementation and that there are very few differences between the Open JDK and Oracle implementations. The are parts of open HAB known to not work on Open JDK. One thing in particular is Open JDK doesn’t yet (as of a month ago or so) trust certs from Lets Encrypt.
It indeed runs more slowly, has memory leaks, and some bindings throw weird errors when running it. I read the statement about ARM but kind of glossed over it because I’m running open HAB on an x86_64 machine (although I do have some Raspberry PIs, I’m not currently using open HAB on any of them).