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Have you supplied the FULL correct serial device name? Have you looked at the FAQ as I suggested, where you would see the following? "Serial device names on Linux are not COM0 etc as in Windows. You need to specify something like /dev/ttyUSB0 - do a dmesg at a command line prompt and look for t...
You can edit the data files, the formats are in the help and the wiki. There are also facilities in Cumulus 1 for generating the daily summaries in dayfile.txt and the all-time records, once you have entered data into the monthly log files.
I suspect that Safari has helpfully unzipped the file for you. So you need to navigate to that folder in the terminal. Might be better to move it rather than leave it on the desktop.
- Thu Aug 09, 2018 4:30 pm
- Forum: Web site - General
- Topic: Need to identify web template in use
- Replies: 10
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Forgive me for asking what seems to me to be an obvious question, but why do the owners of the web site not know what they are using on their web site?
- Thu Aug 09, 2018 12:56 pm
- Forum: Cumulus MX
- Topic: Notice for those using MX and making some MySQL changes
- Replies: 1
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It's because it initialises the objects for the 'custom' sql operations without checking that 'enabled' is set, which it does for the 'non custom' ones. I'm not sure why I didn't put the check in, but presumably the component code throws an exception if an invalid port number is supplied.
You have to unzip the file, and you have to change to the directory containing the unzipped contents (using the cd command), otherwise the system has no idea where to find the Cumulus executable.
This isn't a Cumulus issue, this is presumably a lack of experience on your part with using a terminal window? I'm afraid I can't be a lot of help as it's a long time since I owned a Mac and I can't remember exactly what I did. First of all, where did you put the CumulusMXDist3043.zip file, and how ...
The connection to the station is being disconnected (for whatever reason), and MX does not currently cater for this. You say this happens when you close down, but there's no indication in the log that you had initiated a close down?
- Tue Aug 07, 2018 9:02 am
- Forum: Davis VP/VP2/Vue
- Topic: Rain discrepancy in log and uploads
- Replies: 7
- Views: 97
Probably too late now (so you'll need to edit dayfile.txt if you didn't correct the figure yesterday), but you should set it to the correct value for today, and then restart after the next log entry has been written. Cumulus will then recalculate the annual total. It doesn't matter that the station ...