Re: [weewx-user] Re: Apache is not showing /weewx on Ubuntu 16.04.1

2016-09-16 Thread Jan Valkenier
How did you guys configure Apache? Apache2 for instance is able to serve multiple/different sites from different directories based on the requesting url. I created a virtualhost in Apache based on the url, which tells Apache to serve the weewx pages from the directory where they are located.

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Apache is not showing /weewx on Ubuntu 16.04.1

2016-09-13 Thread mark Frost
fyi, i've updated my config to include wunderground and other upload variables. the config says default root file is /var/www/html/weewx. there is a file of that name in that directory but it cannot be found by a browser and if i open it in terminology it contains a single char1 and

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Apache is not showing /weewx on Ubuntu 16.04.1

2016-09-13 Thread mark Frost
sorry about this guys, I'm quite unskilled when it comes to this stuff. I've installed sqlite and apache2 using apt and then weewx using dpkg. It seems to be running but i cannot see the server through a browser or locate pages and config etc. i see that there is an issue regarding default

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Apache is not showing /weewx on Ubuntu 16.04.1

2016-07-27 Thread Thomas Keffer
Mystery solved! Thanks, Matthew I've started issue #137 to track it. -tk On Wed, Jul 27, 2016 at 2:50 PM, mwall wrote: > On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 4:47:09 PM UTC-4, Tom Keffer wrote: >> >> I am not an apache expert

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Apache is not showing /weewx on Ubuntu 16.04.1

2016-07-27 Thread mwall
On Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 4:47:09 PM UTC-4, Tom Keffer wrote: > > I am not an apache expert either, but from what I can tell, the problem is > that the weewx Debian installs sets HTML_ROOT incorrectly. It's being set > to /var/www, when it should be /var/www/html. > blame it on more

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Apache is not showing /weewx on Ubuntu 16.04.1

2016-07-27 Thread vince
The alternate solution is for you to edit weewx.conf to have it save its files in the place the webserver expects things. The underlying issues are: - there are lots of webservers to pick from, they pick different locations for document root - operating systems differ in where they

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Apache is not showing /weewx on Ubuntu 16.04.1

2016-07-27 Thread Andrew Milner
The simple answer is to do what Vince said - put a symbolic link in the apache root. Looking at other instructions, out of curiosity - from the quick start guide: After about 5 minutes, open the station web page in a web browser. You should see your station information and data.

Re: [weewx-user] Re: Apache is not showing /weewx on Ubuntu 16.04.1

2016-07-27 Thread Andrew Milner
You're probably right in that it looks as though the guide assumes apache2 is installed first, before the deb install - although there then appear to be some linguistic issues with present tense used when maybe it should be future!! I don't use apache2 either - preferring lighttpd on my rpi.