I got stuck deploying the visualisation part, need help :-(
Hi! Can someone help me out?
I installed the example image "ioBroker Image für Raspberry Pi2/3/4 Buster 20191127" with Balena Etcher.
I logged in the webinterface http://192.xxx.xxx.xxx:8081/
Did the install of adapters and updated the Admin en Node.Js thing
And now I want to visualise my adapter and things. The manual (https://www.iobroker.net/#en/documentation/viz/vis.md) says: <IPdesServers>:8082/vis/index.html and the visualization is displayed. So I followed the manual...But when I go to http://192.xxx.xxx.xxx:8082/vis/index.html
the browsers says: File index.html not found: Not exists
And i'm stuck.
When I use the shortcut on the :8081 main page under Instances > web.0 > and then the shortcut thing then I go to a page on :8082 and it only shows and Admin button, and when I click on it goes back to the 8081 main page.
So i'm completely stuck depolying iBroker. I really don't know what to do
Can someone help me out, because the manual gets me not further
Reboot the system and clear the browser cache
And now I want to visualise my adapter and things.
but first you have to create a view.
vis is not for the quick ones!
and the visualization is displayed.
only if it has been created before.
So you have to go to
File index.html not found: Not exists
WILL appear - that`s ok at the first call.
it will create that file with a demo view
to a page on :8082 and it only shows and Admin button
that shouldn't be.
did yoau install the vis- and the web-Adapter
@Homoran Ah I need to install the Visualisation -adapter. That was not in the manual. Now it seems that it works. Thanks!
That was not in the manual.
your quote of the manual was incomplete. It says:
The adapter is called via <IPdesServers>:8082/vis/index.html and the visualization is displayed
in ioBroker's modular architecture you will need an adapter (=module) for every task you will deal with.
in this case the adapter for visualisation ist called vis and has to be installed before you can call the interface of it.
@Homoran I downloaded "the complete PI package", it wasn't aware I needed to instal an adapter for the visualisation, I tought is was "part of the system". Also if you search in adapters on "vis" there is no adapter called "vis". It is called "visualisation" and also a lot of other plug-ins appear with similair naming. That combination of factors makes it for a newbe hard to distinguish the correct route to take.
Also if you search in adapters on "vis" there is no adapter called "vis". It is called "visualisation"
That's right, sadly!
but for my justification : If you will install by CLI you have to enter
iobroker install vis
also a lot of other plug-ins appear with similair naming.
That's true, too.
This might be confusing. These all are addons such as widget and icon sets
please let me know which 'complete package' you used.
It should have been named 'minimal'
and in the (to be honest german) ReadMe should be declared the content of the package.
This is NOT to blame you - Never!
This is for me to get feedback to learn how to make it better!
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I move this thread to the english Forum!
@Homoran Hi, i used the complete package "ioBroker Image for Raspberry Pi2 / 3/4 Buster with piVCCU 20190723" package. But I've started over new, this package was so old that the node.JS could only updated manually (wich is too technical terminal stuff for me) and ran in a sorts of errors when installing adapters. So I now use package "ioBroker Image for Raspberry Pi2 / 3/4 Buster 20191127". That one runs fine, after updating.
I also figured out I don't need Vis or Visualisation neccicerly. I can also choose for Lovelace or HABPanel and so. I use HABPanel now.
So I now use package "ioBroker Image for Raspberry Pi2 / 3/4 Buster 20191127"
That's ok - the other one you would only need if you will use the same RasPi as Central for HomeMatic.
I also figured out I don't need Vis or Visualisation neccicerly. I can also choose for Lovelace or HABPanel and so
This depends on your wishes and skills.
vis is the most complex and nearly endles possibilities of Designs and functions -BUT needs a lot of Work
The others provide fast results baut they are more ore less limited in creating own Designs