You’re now at the point where you need to download and install the Domotz Agent on your Raspberry Pi.
1. Make sure your Raspberry Pi is connected to the internet
We recommend to use a network cable and connect your Raspberry Pi directly to your router.
2. Download the latest Domotz Agent for Raspberry Pi
If you uses the built in web browser in Raspbian, go to the Domotz Community to download the latest Domotz Agent. The file should automatically end up in the /usr/home/Downloads
3. Install the Agent
Click on Menu, Accessories, Terminal. A command line window with some green and blue text should appear on the screen. In case of headless installation, just login to your Raspberry Pi via a terminal. Go to the download directory (if you’re not already there) by typing cd Downloads and hitting enter.
Type the following command to install the Domotz Agent. Note that in place of <package name> you need to type the name of the file you downloaded. As Raspbian is a Linux based OS, you can simply type the first couple of letters of the file name and then hit the tab key on your keyboard and the rest of the text will be automatically filled in for you.
The installer for the Domotz Agent should now be running. The installation will take anything between five and 15 minutes, as the installer is downloading parts of the software and installing it onto your memory card.
Once the installation has finished, the Agent will be automatically started and you’ll see a link that you can either double click to open in a browser, or copy and paste into your browser to continue the setup.