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  • I’m one of those people who use these forums a lot but don’t contribute, but it’s time I did since I’ve finally been able to get my BrewPi multi chamber set up to work. It was EzEzE’s last post that was my breakthrough. I was really struggling as I couldn’t get past the default “It works” screen on Apache2I have a Raspberry Pi 2 (4 USB ports) and two cheap Arduino Nano clones from ChinaImportant notes:use: ls /dev/ttyUSB* (not ls /dev/ttyACM*)my 99-arduino.rules file was:SUBSYSTEM=="tty", KERNEL=="ttyUSB0", KERNELS=="1-1.2", SYMLINK+="chamber1" SUBSYSTEM=="tty", KERNEL=="ttyUSB1", KERNELS=="1-1.4", SYMLINK+="chamber2"use xloader to upload the hex file -- don…

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    I’m one of those people who use these forums a lot but don’t contribute, but it’s time I did since I’ve finally been able to get my BrewPi multi chamber set up to work. It was EzEzE’s last post that was my breakthrough. I was really struggling as I couldn’t get past the default “It works” screen on Apache2I have a Raspberry Pi 2 (4 USB ports) and two cheap Arduino Nano clones from ChinaImportant notes:use: ls /dev/ttyUSB* (not ls /dev/ttyACM*)my 99-arduino.rules file was:SUBSYSTEM=="tty", KERNEL=="ttyUSB0", KERNELS=="1-1.2", SYMLINK+="chamber1" SUBSYSTEM=="tty", KERNEL=="ttyUSB1", KERNELS=="1-1.4", SYMLINK+="chamber2"use xloader to upload the hex file -- don’t waste your time trying to do this through the web interface. This was a super PITA. I spent hours/days when trying everything to get this to work when i was prototyping a single chamber BrewPi. The hex file was also hard to find but with web searching I finally found itfor the 2 config files, i just kept the board type as uno even though I was using an Arnuino nano (i programmed the nanos using xloader)scriptPath = /home/brewpi/chamber1/wwwPath = /var/www/chamber1/port = /dev/chamber1altport = /dev/nullboardType = unothen from EzEzE’s post:sudo /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.confchange "/var/www/html" to "/var/www" I hope this helps a lot of you out there!

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