Estação Meteorológica: Disponibilizar dados online

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  1. cmg

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    Cirrus

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    Tenho um notebook que uso para correr o VWS que envia dados tanto para os sites Wunderground e Awekas.
    Desde o passado dia 30 que, apesar de o programa continuar a receber os dados da estação, não sei porquê, não os envia para nenhum dos sites referidos (Awekas tem um aplicativo para o efeito). Creio que há qualquer coisa, não sei se o Win se o router, que "bloqueia" este tráfego.
    Se dentro do VWS, no menu "Weather Underground Settings" tentar "view Your Observations", abre o browser mas dá "erro acesso sapo".
    Já restaurei o pc para uma data anterior mas ficou na mesma.
    Qualquer ajuda é bem-vinda.
    Obrigado
    Cumps

    cmg
     
  2. RedeMeteo

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    Alguém sabe como instalar o cumulus em linux?
     
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  3. Toby

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    Bom dia,

    Solução não fácil, Cúmulus e Linux :(

    Installing Cumulus MX:

    There is no automatic installer (this may change). If you want to start a completely new installation, create a directory and unzip the contents into it. I've assumed that zip files are not a problem on Linux or OS X, please let me know if that's not the case. If you want to run Cumulus MX with your existing Cumulus data, take a copy of your existing Cumulus directory, and then unzip Cumulus MX into it. Alternatively, you can unzip Cumulus MX into new directory first, and then copy over your existing data files and your Cumulus.ini file, and any other configuration files that you may have created (e.g. strings.ini, twitter.txt etc). If your Cumulus.ini is actually called "cumulus.ini" you should rename it to start with a capital letter.

    On Linux and OS X you will need to install the Mono runtime. For OS X, you can download this here - http://www.mono-project.com/download/. How you install on Linux depends on the flavour of Linux you are running. There are download links for Linux at the same URL, but it is often easier to use a package manager, which will download and install it automatically. For example, in 'Raspbian' on the Raspberry Pi, you can install mono with these commands:

    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get install mono-complete

    Make sure that you have the mono-complete package installed.

    If you have a Raspberry Pi 2, there is a later version of Mono available, which you may find works better that the one in the standard distribution, particularly if you use decimal commas. See this thread for how to install it - http://sandaysoft.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=13587. Mono 3.2.8 (which is the default in some Linux distributions) will not work if you use commas for decimals, as in some countries.

    There is now also a later version of Mono available for Raspberry Pi v1 - see this thread: http://sandaysoft.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=14222

    On Linux you will need library libudev.so.0 which may not be installed by default. Installing package libudev0 may resolve this. There may be issues if you are using a 64-bit version of Linux. I'm not sure what the resolution is at the moment, if this is the case.
     
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