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A tiny web console for small 320x240 LCD display

For users who want the jog function on a small 320x240 LCD display, use the mount option to set a mount point to serve static files. For example:

$ cnc -h
  Usage: cnc [options]
  Options:
    -m, --mount [<url>:]<absolute-path>  set the mount point for serving static files (default: /static:static)

First, download the latest zip file from https://github.com/cncjs/cncjs-pendant-tinyweb/releases and save it to your Raspberry Pi to serve as static files. Let's assume you extract the zip file within the /home directory, you will see the a tinyweb directory under /home after extraction.

Then, run cnc with the -m option, like below:

$ cnc -m /pendant:/home/tinyweb/src

After that, you should be able to see the tinyweb console as shown below at http://localhost:8000/pendant/.

tinyweb-axes.png

It should fit perfectly with your 320x240 LCD display.

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