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CumulusMX trends webpage

Post by XBower » Mon 11 Dec 2017 8:08 am

Hi.

I have just installed CumulusMX on a RPi and now it works just fine.
When browsing the website to witch it uploads, I really like the charts page.
I would like to use this page for my older Cumulus1 setup as well.
Just "borrowing" the trendsT.htm obviously is not enough, I miss something.
What other file/files to I need to modify/borrow over to my Cumulus1 system?

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Re: CumulusMX trends webpage

Post by steve » Mon 11 Dec 2017 10:34 am

You can use them with Cumulus 1, I “borrowed” them from Mark. There should be a thread about the originals somewhere, and/or an article in the wiki.
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Re: CumulusMX trends webpage

Post by XBower » Fri 15 Dec 2017 12:56 pm

Hi.

Well, both yes and no.
I did manage to find out what files to "borrow" from the CumulusMX system to at least display the graphs on my Cumulus1 site.
But how can I create the required .json files from my Cumulus1 system to keep the graphs updated?

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Re: CumulusMX trends webpage

Post by steve » Fri 15 Dec 2017 6:32 pm

I think the originals can use either a log created from realtime.txt uploads, or an SQL database. I suspect you would find it much easier to use the originals, as they were produced specifically to work with Cumulus 1. If you search for “Highcharts” you should find the threads about them.
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Re: CumulusMX trends webpage

Post by mcrossley » Sat 16 Dec 2017 12:32 pm

Placeholder to remind me to look this up later.

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