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Hi, the first issue will be caused because of the OS, there is no 32 bit image of mariadb, but looks like you found one. I like to use for server applications the 64 bit Ubuntu image as it's more lightweight. On point two, the nginx server is not set up to forward http traffic when accessing it by local IP on your network. You will have to change the nginx proxy if you want to do that and not just get the configuration page. I have not done this but there may be some tutorials out there for this. On point 3, not sure what's causing this issue, you shouldn't have to restart nginx. Please check over again nginx proxy manager is set up correctly? I hope this helps. ;)
Hi, is the issue the nextcloud page is not coming up when you navigate to :9443 where the IP is the local IP of the pi on your local network? Is the hello world docker image running ok? If so I would check the required folders and docker compose carefully in case it's not set up correctly. If these are all correct and it's still not working, you could try again with the the Ubuntu image in case there is an issue with raspberry pi is image
thanks for your comments here, I hope these will be useful to anyone else experiencing the same issue. If I'm honest I'm not sure what would be causing this issue.
Hi, I'm really sorry but I've not used kubernetes before and not sure what this error is, not sure I can help with this one. I hope you get past the problem but glad the post worked for you
Not sure on this. Sounds like let's encrypt may have stopped issuing the cert. You could be hitting some sort of usage limit on certificate s from let's encrypt if the original 90 days hadn't already expired when you requested a new one.
HI, not 100% sure on this but could be a couple of things.I'd confirm the docker file is right, you can download the one from my github, link in instructable. My guess would be there is a config issue with traefik and that lets encrypt may not have kicked in to issue you a certificate. Also try opening up in incognito mode incase your browser cookies /cache are foolig it.
Sorry, I am not sure how to do this for this specific application. I would start by looking at the nginx config file.
Thanks, great spot on the $ sign!
sorry, i do not know, you will have to try installing on a server, i don't see why not.
I had a quick search and found this https://www.expandrive.com/box-for-linux/as looks like Box don't have an official linux client.Box do seem to have an official API for uploading files. Which your code seemed to allude to, so it may be possible to write a custom script for you to upload files this way. I am happy to discuss this further if you wish to engage me commercially, private message me through my profile if you wish to discuss.
Unfortuately dirsync can not work this way, the target path also needs to be a local folder such as 'C:/Users/SubhaV/Box/'.You would have to use the boxsdk to upload the files, not dirsync. By mapping I mean using use the Box syncing tool on your PC https://www.box.com/resources/downloads. This creates your box folders as a local folder. You can then use dirsync to do sync your DOCS_OFC files to this folder ad the Box syncing tool will then upload them to box.
Yes but the remote folder has to be mapped to an accessible drive on your computer. For example if you are using box / Dropbox etc , you should use their syncing tool which creates a local folder on your computer then, then use that folder as you destination in the script.
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Hi, have you updated the raspberry pi as shown in step 3 and followed step 3 through? If so there may be an issue with the codesys gateway. Could be worth reinstalling codesys.
This video by the great Kurt Braun is a fabulous tutorial on using web visualisations, it's also covered in step 6 of this instructable.Unless you mean something else by visualisation instance?
Thank you, good luck with the future making!
Hi, sorry to take so long to reply, I wanted to try this one myself, I'm not sure here, I can't replicate the issue myself, sounds like an issue with your Python environment, try the following links:https://stackoverflow.com/questions/31808180/installing-pyinstaller-via-pip-leads-to-failed-to-create-processhttps://www.google.com/search?q=pyinstaller+failed+to+create+process&rlz=1C1GCEB_enGB872GB872&oq=pyinstaller+failed+to+create+process&aqs=chrome..69i57.5343j0j1&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
Hope all that helps
When you say more than one option, I guess you mean with the dirsync library, I believ you can just add them to the end, e.g. sync('D:\\test', 'D:\\FOLDER_B', 'sync', purge = True, optionB=False)
Try using D:\DirectorySync.py with a backslash or if you are in the D as your path, you can just use DirectorySync.py. also make sure python is installed on your path and you have installed pyinstaller
Not all i2c devices have device description files for Codesys as it's not commonly used, and only really within Raspberry Pi. The best place to look for files is on the codesys forum, otherwise as a last resort, you would have to write one yourself.
Hi, I have just noticed an error in my instructable. Backslash is an escape character in python, please amend the code to sync('D:\\test', 'D:\\FOLDER_B', 'sync', purge = True)
I'm not really sure on this one, if it does not appear when you try to add it to the I2C master as a device, you could try searching if it's not under miscellaneous or using insert device. But I'm not really familiar with the I2C, you may also have to reload devices (in toolbar) or restart codesys for them to appear. I usually use EtherCat devices and do not usually have an issue after installing these to the device repository. Sorry I can't be much more help.
Hi, sorry I do not, the beckhoff documentation for the EK1100 can be downloaded from there website and should have a diagram, however to wire, just put 24V DC into the + and 24V terminals and 0V DC into the - and 0V terminals fo the EK1100. The power for teh modules (EL1008s etc) are then transferred through the backplane of the units. you can see the metal tabs on the side of teh terminals which make contact when you slot them together.
Hi, no you do not need licenses from Beckhoff when using Codesys, licenses for Beckhoff only apply when using TwinCAT (beckhoff software). The ADS dlls are for seperate communication to a Beckhoff PLC (or PC running TwinCAT ADS) to allow you to write applications in say C# that talk to the PLC.
Yes, you can also only use the DLLs to talk to Beckhoff PLCs / TwinCat running on a Windows PC. Using on a non Beckhoff PLC makes the licenses stupidly expensive and the licenses on Beckhoff PLCs are not cheap, it is aimed at commercial use after all. If you want to use a non Beckhoff PLC and use Codesys on say a raspberry pi or another brand of PLC, this will not have ADS therefore you can not use the DLL. There are other ways to communicate with PLCs. Check out OPC UA , there are C# libraries to communicate this way. An advantage of this is that it is open and brand agnostic.
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I'm not sure the raspberry pi can be used as an IO link masterhttps://store.codesys.com/codesys-control-for-raspberry-pi-sl.htmlunless possibly used with the beckhoff slicehttps://store.codesys.com/codesys-io-link-master.html
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Do you mean using the MC_Homing in Codesys or using the drive itself as an intelligent drive?Withing Codesys using MC_Homing yes I have, you need an external calibration flag though to let the FB know it's hit the datum sensor.
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Hello, codesys OPC server does not support the raspberry pi runtime, only on more powerful controllers. you may be able to create an opc server on the pi using another software and access that using codesys on the pi to write to it. sorry I couldn't be of more help.
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I've never actually tried with the raspberry pi so not sure. however as the other commenter suggests you should be able to download the boot project to the PLC. let me know if you've had success!
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