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  • Thanks for the write up. This was a huge time saver! A couple of things that will help people install this now that the master BrewPi branch has been updated, and we need to use the legacy one.1.) When setting up the Arduino ports, the UDEV rule should have KERNEL=="ttyACM*” in it - notice the * in place of the 0 like in the above instructions. This will let you swap usb ports.2.) When cloning the brewpi-scirpts use this command to pull the legacy branch:sudo -u brewpi git clone https://github.com/BrewPi/brewpi-script -b legacy --single-branch /home/brewpi/chamber13.) Maybe I missed it up there, but we also need to clone the www data over, like this:sudo -u www-data git clone https://github.com/BrewPi/brewpi-www -b legacy --single-branch /var/www/chamber1I had to first create t…

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    Thanks for the write up. This was a huge time saver! A couple of things that will help people install this now that the master BrewPi branch has been updated, and we need to use the legacy one.1.) When setting up the Arduino ports, the UDEV rule should have KERNEL=="ttyACM*” in it - notice the * in place of the 0 like in the above instructions. This will let you swap usb ports.2.) When cloning the brewpi-scirpts use this command to pull the legacy branch:sudo -u brewpi git clone https://github.com/BrewPi/brewpi-script -b legacy --single-branch /home/brewpi/chamber13.) Maybe I missed it up there, but we also need to clone the www data over, like this:sudo -u www-data git clone https://github.com/BrewPi/brewpi-www -b legacy --single-branch /var/www/chamber1I had to first create the /var/www/chamber1 directory and then set its owner to www-data:www-data before cloning for some reason...4.) You'll need to create these two user accounts before doing either step.5.) I had to enter the extra python files installation in two lines, like this:sudo apt-get install build-essential python-dev python-pipsudo pip install pyserial --upgrade6.) If you're using jessie instead of wheezy, you'll need to change DocumentRoot to "/var/www" in the file /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf

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