I have (I think) loaded ver 2 onto a RaspberryPi, docker says I have the containers, and I can access the database.
- Doing this from home, I don’t have a static IP, but I can fake it out with noip.com giving me DDNS. The problem is in setting up port forwarding on my router, as I don’t know what ports the hosted UI is expecting to communicate with. It would be nice to have some documentation (tell me the answers and I can write it up on the wiki) as to what ports are needed for the UI (80?), and is this http or something else being communicated. It would be nice to have some simple tests that could be run from localhost to check things out.
- It would be nice if the hosted UI could take a web address and a port, that way I could set up portforwarding and designate an external port (or ports) that is open, and still route it internally into the correct place. This would possibly allow having multiple food computers (Raspberries); I currently have two Pi’s running, one as a LAMP web host, and the other as a food computer “iron bird” (a term from my old days at MacDonnnell Douglas where the engineers laid out airplane sensors and actuators on steel tables so they could test the electronics on something other that a real airplane).
@gordonb: you may be seeing my son, Peter Webb on Tuesday while he is out there getting your current system packed up to take to the St. Louis Science Center. I am working with him behind the scenes.