Thanks Wolfgang! Unfortunately searching for INDI DIY weather stations either takes me to the old Meteostation, which is nice but getting old now, or random bits! Thus is great!
Probably one of the most important and well thought through INDI Hardware projects out there! I’d love to see INDI hardware make its way into the core of INDI, for a moderate amount of money we can almost all afford to have great instrumentation. Love it.
I’ve ordered some of the new parts, hoping to beta test tomorrow and go intro production later this week.
I’ll take a look at the sensor you mentioned.
GSO Ritchey Chretien 12" Truss | SkyWatcher ED72 | Celestron C14
ZWO ASI 183MC Pro | ZWO ASI290MM | ZWO ASI224MC all-sky | ZEO EFW | ZWO OAG
Moonlite V2 CSL | DeepSkyDad AF3
EQ8-R | Paramount ME (needs some loving)
Nexdome | SQM LE | Ultimate Power Box V2 | Spike-a-Flat
Trying to install the Weather Radio WEB interface but I get the following error message that I can't figure out: ERROR: Module weatherradio does not exist!. I followed the installation steps and everything went fine until I issued the "sudo a2enmod weatherradio" command.
Great idea, Paul! I personally would appreciate if this is part of the Weather Radio documentation - being it as FAQ or a special section. But maintaining two - hm, not so conviced. We might end up in both drifting apart and both being inaccurate.
Regarding the right OS: I would at least start with Linux, since this seems to be the mainstream.
TSA-120 + FSQ-85 + GSO 150/750 | Avalon Linear + M-zero | Moravian G2-8300 + ASI 1600mm pro | KStars/INDI on Raspberry Pi 4 with Raspbian 10
Looks like the Apache configuration file for weather radio hasn't been copied or is in a different place. Try first
sudo cp add-on/weatherradio/weatherradio.conf /etc/apache2/conf-available
and then try the a2enmod command again.
Hi, it's an error,
if you want to use a2enmod, you must to copy the file in mod-available.
Also, you must to use command a2enconf if you want to put in conf-available
Did a "a2enconf" instead of "a2enmod" and things advanced, I got a blank page.
I got things to work locally and I could display weather info on the localhost (http://localhost/weatherradio) but I would only get a blank page if I accessed from another PC (http://weatherradio_server/weatherradio). Maybe some apache2 settings or some permission issues?
if you want to see the web page from another client, you must to open the port 80 in your router (internet router) for your server.
for exemple, my server is on a tinkerbaord and his name is nafabox. In my internet box I've open Nat rules 80 on nafabox!!
The two machines are on the same network (home) thus I assume that I do not have to do NAT or port forwarding. The weather radio being run on a StellarMate machine, I can access the StellaMate Control Panel without problem, so it's not a port 80 issue. Any other clues?