I have a Problem with starting Node Red on my Raspberry Pi and i dont know what to do...
I hope someone of you can help me with that Problem.
Welcome to the forums @freddy9910
The node you have installed, is trying to open up port 22 (reserved for SSH)
and this port SHOULD NOT be used for anything else (IMO).
I would question the reasoning in this port being used by the developer
Your OS is doing a good thing, protecting your system - its not to say its foul play, but that's a very odd (and unsafe) port to be using for a HTTP based system (that Apples HAP protocol uses)
+ The node has not been updated in 5+ years
as a shamless plug, I would
- Remove that node ASAP
- use something more substantial, like (Disclaimer - I am close friends with these guys):
node-red-contrib-homekit-bridged (node) - Node-RED
You can start Node RED in safe mode
--safe, so you can remove any nodes, that are causing the issue
and toward 0.0.0.0 IP address which is really strange.
also that node: @boneskull/node-red-contrib-homekit hasn't been updated in over 6 years and since the author doesn't seem to allow issues to be opened, I would trash the plugin and find another way to solve your issue.
Thank you so much! I have deleted the Homekit-Node and now everything is running normaly.
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