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Old 03-13-2015, 11:36 AM   #136
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Does it work on Aura H2O ?
and another Question: does this weather app show instead of Nickel or we have both by changing key ?
I have not tested it myself on the Aura H2O, but it should work. The weather app cannot run at the same time as Nickel, you have to stop Nickel to start the weather app.
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Old 03-22-2015, 11:50 PM   #137
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Using the file in this thread I got the telnet and ftp connections going on my H2O. However, the ftp connection is terminated after about 2 minutes of inactivity. The wifi connection is terminated rather quickly too if I don't have the experimental browser loaded. Is there something I can do to extend the connection time?
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Old 03-23-2015, 01:16 PM   #138
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Using the file in this thread I got the telnet and ftp connections going on my H2O. However, the ftp connection is terminated after about 2 minutes of inactivity. The wifi connection is terminated rather quickly too if I don't have the experimental browser loaded. Is there something I can do to extend the connection time?
Have you killed the "nickel" process? If you don't I think it drops the wifi connection when idle.

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Old 03-23-2015, 08:00 PM   #139
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Andy, I'll try killing the nickel process.

Do you know how to start and stop the web browser using the console terminal? Because it's full screen every time I do a revision to the the html file I have to use the power button to power down and then back up again and go through the menu to restart the browser.

I'm looking at the process list under "top" but I can't identify the process or name.
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Killing nickel also kills the web browser. The browser doesn't get a separate process id.
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Killing nickel also kills the web browser. The browser doesn't get a separate process id.
I don't use the browser for my application so can't help I'm afraid. After a reboot I start the browser just to get the wifi connection up then I telnet in and kill nickel. My weather and calendar displays then run every hour under cron and update the screen from the python script.

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WEATHER APP ON H2O

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Does it work on Aura H2O ?
and another Question: does this weather app show instead of Nickel or we have both by changing key ?
I just tried it on the H2O. It went as described on the OP but after it asked for my LAT and LON coordinates then it flipped the settings screen upside down and went away.

I had to restart the H2O and now when I run the command:

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/mnt/onboard/.python/weather.sh
the weather screen does not come up but the stuff under the main menu shows up upside down. Inverted 180degs. The touch screen commands think the screen is still rightside up so you can't just turn it and use it. Powering of and back on restores the correct orientation. Something is wrong.

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Old 03-26-2015, 09:06 PM   #143
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I thought the problem might be that the image file might have to be different for the H2O. But the write to /tmp/img.raw at line 31 in weather.py is not happening at all so something else is up.

Where does python leave its error logs?

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