R-pi

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Add custom error pages to your pi. Six different pages are included, but you can easily add your own.
(NOTE: Fixed a typo in the README. Wrong directory was listed.)
Pages included are;

300 – Multiple Choices
401 – Unauthorized
403 – Forbidden
404 – Not Found
500 – Server Error
503 – Out Of Resources


A simple script to show the correct GPIO pinouts depending on the board version of your pi.
Don’t forget to chmod +x the file. ./pins.sh to run.

Code is broken because of a change in bash since it was written. I’ll get around to fixing it sooner or later.


02/24/17 – UPDATED
Rewrote the board and memory detection. it should properly ID all current boards.
Code cleanup. Added comments. Fixed meter border transparency. Other stuff.
Changes and instruction in README inside .rar.

04/07/14 – UPDATED TO USE JQPLOT INSTEAD OF phpChart_Lite
Additional edits/additions. Changes and instruction in README inside .rar.

Here the code for the Raspberry pi (www.raspberrypi.org) status page I cooked up. It was mostly a quick and dirty hack to test Apache/php on it, but some of the users in IRC (freenode #raspberrypi) wanted copies. Everything you need to know should be in the README.
IMPORTANT: The current version of phpChart_Lite ONLY supports line charts, the meter class has been removed. I will be looking for a replacement and update the code as soon as I find one.

(Updated to support Model A boards)
Raspberry pi status page

14 Responses to R-pi

  1. John says:

    Hello
    I copied your files into my Apache 2 dir, /var/www/html/CPUStatus

    I attempted to follow your instructions with visudo and added
    www-data ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL
    at the bottom.

    When i browse to index.php I see a background image but nothing else.
    There is probably some permission or something I have missed. Can you point me in the right direction?

    The page looks really nifty.

    John

  2. John says:

    I’ve made some progress, i was missing the chart.
    I put it in /var/www/html/CPUStatus/phpChart_Lite

    I get the following error now

    Warning: require_once(/var/www//phpChart_Lite//conf.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/html/CPUStatus/phpChart_Lite/server/cls_conf.php(1) : eval()’d code on line 1

    Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required ‘/var/www//phpChart_Lite//conf.php’ (include_path=’.:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/pear’) in /var/www/html/CPUStatus/phpChart_Lite/server/cls_conf.php(1) : eval()’d code on line 1

  3. atouk says:

    It looks like you have a problem with the folder structure of /www. Make sure that phpChartLite is installed under /www.

    /www
    index.php
    |
    /images
    /php_ChartLite
    |
    config.php
    phpChart.php
    ...

  4. John says:

    Thanks, I’m reluctant to put the whole thing at www as I have other stuff there I don’t want to break, therefore I put it all in the sub-directory CPUStatus. Does phpChart_Lite have to be at the www level, even if index.php is in CPUStatus?

    My struct
    /var/www/CPUStatus
    index.php
    phpChart_Lite
    |
    — conf.php
    etc…

    So no luck yet. I’ll experiment more tomorrow.

    Thanks for responding

    John

  5. atouk says:

    As long as the relative paths under index.php are the same, you should be OK.

  6. John says:

    Thanks Atouk

    I started from scratch and unzipped phpChart_Lite and your files. Now I get the page come up.

    Unfortunately the temperature chart is complaining that the lite version does not support the appropriate renderer

    “Renderers used are not available in phpChart Lite.”

    I have replaced the js file as you suggest.

    Any ideas?

    John

  7. atouk says:

    I’ll have to check on that error. It’s possible that the meter renderer was removed from the lite version in the latest release.

    UPDATE: The current version of lite ONLY contains line type charts. I’ll be looking for a replacement.

  8. John says:

    No worries thanks.
    For now I just print out the temp and removed the chart.
    John

  9. Paul says:

    Hai,

    Cool script but just one change I would sincerely advice:
    Use visudo and add:

    www-data ALL=NOPASSWD:/opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd

    This allows only ‘vcgencmd’ as sudo and not ALL commands that would be an open door..

    Chrs p.

  10. Göran Sandström says:

    No matter how hard I try (reinstalled multiple times etc) I still get:

    Warning: require_once(/var/www//phpChart_Lite//conf.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/pistatus/phpChart_Lite/server/cls_conf.php(1) : eval()'d code on line 1

    Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening required '/var/www//phpChart_Lite//conf.php' (include_path='.:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/pear') in /var/www/pistatus/phpChart_Lite/server/cls_conf.php(1) : eval()'d code on line 1

  11. atouk says:

    phpChart lite has changed since I created the page. The meter has been removed and is only available in the full version.

    I will find a replacement, or redo the page as soon as I get some free time.

  12. Greg says:

    phpChart_Lite is based on the freely available jqplot available for free from http://www.jqplot.com/ I have tested it with version 1.0.8r1250 and it works well. Replace the phpChart_Lite code with the following

    $(document).ready(function(){
    s1 = []

    plot1 = $.jqplot(‘pitemp’,[s1],{
    seriesDefaults: {
    renderer: $.jqplot.MeterGaugeRenderer,
    rendererOptions: {
    label: ”,
    ticks:[10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90],
    intervals:[35,70,85],
    intervalColors:[‘#66cc66’, ‘#E7E658’, ‘#ff0000’]
    }
    }
    });
    });

    Add the lines below just above

    And for transparent backgrounds add the following to the section
    .jqplot-series-shadowCanvas {
    background-color: #B0C4DE;
    }

  13. Greg says:

    For some reason all of the HTML code I entered was filtered out. I’m not sure how to get that to you.

  14. Jaa5 says:

    I don’t seem to have all files? not in zip file? Specifically in this directory phpChart_Lite/ i have no conf files or PHP files? is it just me?

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