We’ve released a new Ezlo Linux Firmware LIVE release 188.8.131.520.3 for Ezlo Plus and Ezlo Secure Ezlo controllers and Vera Edge running Ezlo Linux fw
Added support for sending logs to Cloud during firmware update and reset process
Implement LED behavior for different battery states.
Fixes & improvements on connectivity
Issue on devices that support Tamper where the broadcasts and notifications generated are opposite to the actual tamper state
Issue on Z-Wave devices with “electric_meter_amper” that is updated only when the hub is restarted. Ampere meter not changing value instantly once pairing a device supporting it (for example pairing a switch and adding some load to it - e.g. connect a bulb)
Issue on Vera Edge where after the first update from Vera FW to the new Linux FW the “Internet” LED is OFF
Issues with some Door Locks, as Danalock V3, that are not added with S2 encryption
Not sure when you guys did it but BRAVO on moving from dropbear to OpenSSH 8 for ssh!
I would suggest that the migration scripts should have copied the authorized_keys file from /etc/dropbear to /root/.ssh as a convenience because it took me a while to figure out why I wasn’t able to ssh to my controllers.
Another suggestion is to allow users to configure the authorized_keys via the GUI or API so a user who disables password authentication in the sshd_config is able to reset/replace the keys if something happens to the keys during an upgrade that prevents the user from accessing their hub.
Your request ECS-474 is currently assigned to one of our engineers and we’re working on it. Keep in mind that integrating a device takes time, and don’t forget that it’s one of our priorities. Eventually we’ll get it fully integrated.
New integrations are underway, but given the number of them, it takes time to get them all rolled out, so we thank you for your patience. I do see plenty more being posted internally since February, but I’m not in the position to post those publicly. They will eventually do so here.
You can follow the instructions here to upgrade your VeraEdge to the Linux Firmware. Please note that 1.7.5185 is the latest official version released for VeraEdge and upgrading to Linux is optional and for customers that want to try the new features.
It is strange that the link is not taking you to the right place, I’ll take a look into it.
However, the article you found has the same instructions and links. Don’t worry about the words VeraLite being written on the link, you can tell it is the right link because it has the code G150 on it and because the Linux Firmware is available (among Vera controllers) for VeraEdge only.