1. 29 Mar, 2019 1 commit
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      New Polling script! It will better catch all sysinfo.json values. · 5bf83196
      Eric - kg6wxc authored
      It will also be easier to add more values later.
      
      The new script does not yet find the LAN IP Address, with all the new devices there are several interfaces that could be the LAN interface.
      LAN IP info isn't really needed for mapping anyways.
      
      Added new stable firmware to the default user-settings.ini file, please update your file.
      Added a new setting in the ini file "errorsInCron" that will have the script send errors when it is running from cron.
      The system running the map script will have to have a local MTA (at least) setup, the messages will be received in the local mail of the user the script is running as (this is default behavior for cron).
      
      Fixes #19
      Fixes #12 (hopefully)
      Fixes #10 (hopefully)
      
      Enjoy!
      5bf83196
  2. 09 Mar, 2019 1 commit
  3. 24 Nov, 2018 1 commit
  4. 27 Sep, 2018 1 commit
  5. 23 Jul, 2018 1 commit
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      Bugfixes/Changes · bd572f6c
      Eric - kg6wxc authored
      Removed an errant "echo" that would cause output in "silent" mode.
      
      When the polling script parsed through the interfaces looking for the
      wlan MAC address and ip (and the LAN ip) it always had issues with the
      different versions of the json file on different firmwares.
      I think this has finally been solved.
      The polling script should pull the proper info from even a 3.15.1.0 node
      now and if those nodes have location info they should now appear on the
      map too.
      The admins of those devices should be strongly reminded to update!!
      
      I mistakenly removed the red and green dot from the status area of the
      admin page. They are restored now.
      
      Parallel node polling will work now, but it is not recommended on large
      networks, as there is still no control over how many scripts are
      spawned. Small networks of should be just fine.
      (this has been tested many times on a network of 20-30 (sometimes 100's)
      with no issues)
      Use at your own risk though.
      
      New warnings in "Test Mode" to alert when a nodes location has been
      "fixed" or not. It's very noticable now.
      
      Some general clean up/typo fixing and removal of things that were long
      due for removal.
      
      fixed some file attributes.
      
      Added some things to be used in the near future but are not done yet.
      
      73
      bd572f6c
  6. 02 May, 2018 1 commit
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      Changed to use default ini and other user editable files. · 8fbe3dfe
      Eric - kg6wxc authored
      There is no longer a user-files.tar.gz file!
      
      The user must remove the "-default" from the file extension, save the
      file and then make their own changes. I have seen many other programs
      use this and it seems to make sense.
      The README has been updated to reflect this change.
      Other ideas are appreciated still! :)
      
      With the exception of user-settings.ini, the code will check for the
      existance of the non "-default" files and use those instead of the
      default ones.
      Also if the user does not create a user-settings.ini file of their own
      an error will be thrown telling them such.
      
      Fixed the Popup for "total number of link" in the attributon bar.
      
      Some new values were added to the meshmap.css file in order to make it
      easier for the user to make customizations to the page if they want.
      More of these will probably be added in the future.
      8fbe3dfe
  7. 30 Apr, 2018 1 commit