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WD for Linux / Re: new version of WD linux , similar to WD Mac version
« Last post by GrantK on Today at 10:58:45 PM »
it was not clear that you had also done
sudo GDK_BACKEND=broadway BROADWAY_DISPLAY=:5 ./weatherdisplay
Yes, I executed both commands from different terminal windows as per your instructions.  The first short command doesn't seem to do anything and the second (as you've pasted above) produces the very long error message shown in my attachment.

So it seems that Remote Viewing has serious issues at this stage but I can continue trying to get WD for Linux working with my Davis, albeit remembering not to use the Red X button  :wink:
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WD Questions / Re: Nest Thermostat - Custom Tags
« Last post by sbpetro on Today at 10:51:50 PM »
It would be great to add them as an extra temp/humidity sensor.

I currently have it set to use the Nest Thermostat but the temperature and humidity readings keep defaulting back to my Acurite sensor temperature and humidity.  The Nest readings will pop-up for a brief moment right after I select the option but then the readings go back to the Acurite ones.  I'm guessing there must be a conflict with the two trying to use the the main temp/hum tags.

Let me know if you can make it happen.  Maybe call them NestTemp and NestHum as tags.

Thanks
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it was not clear that you had also done
sudo GDK_BACKEND=broadway BROADWAY_DISPLAY=:5 ./weatherdisplay
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Quote from 'Idesign Simplicity' thread: "standalone WD-API / MYSQL versions now merged into one template so you have a choice "

Looking good, but can't get extra temp/hum sensor #1 data to show. Is it in the API yet?
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WD for Linux / Re: new version of WD linux , similar to WD Mac version
« Last post by GrantK on Today at 10:37:31 PM »
you are missing a bit of the end
see my screen shot above
Your instructions say this:

in Ubuntu
open a terminal window
type in
sudo GDK_BACKEND=broadway

then open a browser window and point to
http://127.0.0.1:8085
note that you do need to have web sockets available in that browser (if using chrome then google how to make sure that is enabled)

then in another terminal window
type in
sudo broadwayd :5

then in another terminal window, where WD is

sudo GDK_BACKEND=broadway BROADWAY_DISPLAY=:5 ./weatherdisplay

(assuming you have copied the files in the Deploy folder to /usr/lib/

then refresh the browser window


And I followed them to the letter.  Are you saying that the first part of those instructions is incorrect?

type in
sudo GDK_BACKEND=broadway
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Ok, I agree it must be in my settings somewhere that I am missing. Just sent you the settings. Thanks for taking a look.
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WD for Linux / Re: new version of WD linux , similar to WD Mac version
« Last post by GrantK on Today at 10:28:26 PM »
you mean exit via save and exit?
are you running it as sudo? (needs to be so that it can save to the ini files)
Yes, definitely running WD via sudo, as shown in the terminal window text posted above.

However, I just clicked the red X button to exit so maybe that is why.

P.S.  Just tried the 'Exit' command from menu and it now seems to exit normally with various messages saying 'No process found' followed by 'Terminated'.

Thanks Brian, I'll remember not to use the red X button in future  :oops:
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Quote
grant@INTEL-NUC7i3BNH:~/wdisplay$ sudo GDK_BACKEND=broadway
you are missing a bit of the end
see my screen shot above
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WD for Linux / Re: new version of WD linux , similar to WD Mac version
« Last post by GrantK on Today at 10:23:45 PM »
No change.
I am getting very similar error messages to Brian, except I don't have a 'Segmentation Fault' at the end.  Complete error message window attached.

Also, when invoking the first Broadway command, I see the following:

grant@INTEL-NUC7i3BNH:~/wdisplay$ sudo GDK_BACKEND=broadway
usage: sudo -h | -K | -k | -V
usage: sudo -v [-AknS] [-g group] [-h host] [-p prompt] [-u user]
usage: sudo -l [-AknS] [-g group] [-h host] [-p prompt] [-U user] [-u user]
            [command]
usage: sudo [-AbEHknPS] [-r role] [-t type] [-C num] [-g group] [-h host] [-p
            prompt] [-u user] [VAR=value] [-i|-s] [<command>]
usage: sudo -e [-AknS] [-r role] [-t type] [-C num] [-g group] [-h host] [-p
            prompt] [-u user] file ...


It looks to me as though the command wasn't executed, however the next command works OK:

rant@INTEL-NUC7i3BNH:~/wdisplay$ sudo broadwayd :5
[sudo] password for grant:
Listening on /home/grant/.cache/broadway6.socket


Needless to say, attempting to open a browser window at http://127.0.0.1:8085/ (on my Windows PC) doesn't work.
Is that what I am supposed to do when attempting to view WD for Linux from a different device on my LAN?

It would be great to get this working.  Thanks Brian for any help you can offer.
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it all worked in testing here with the new update
I set the ftp upload to my WD FTP
and set the time/date on my mac to say 5 minutes after midnight and it uploaded the climate data and daily report files OK to the remote directory I had set at 13 minutes after midnight

it might be something about your setup
maybe email me your settings files
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