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Add and configure frontail #118
Finally! I've looked into frontail and like it a lot. Thanks for all the info, help and instructions you gave in #28. I've added all needed steps to openHABian and invested a few more minutes this evening to add an openHAB (PaperUI) theme and a highlighting schema to the mix.
Please test! ;) I'd invite everyone to contribute style and highlighting improvements. I've only covered the most common log lines.
Signed-off-by: Thomas Dietrich Thomas.Dietrich@tu-ilmenau.de
I've just merged it. You'll have to execute "Update" and run "Basic Setup" from the menu. After that it should be available under http port 9001.
Please let me know what you think of the styling, I'd like to further improve it over time.
I should get some time to test it this weekend on a freash OpenHABian install, thanks for the effort for setting it up. Then what's next? Adding Squeezeserver to the installation too maybe? ;)…
On 20 Mar 2017 23:47, Thomas Dietrich wrote: I've just merged it. You'll have to execute "Update" and run "Basic Setup" from the menu. After that it should be available under http port 9001. Thanks again for your help and sorry for the four months delay
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Mar 21, 2017
The installation via openhabian-config is absolutely seamless, thank you. Couldn't be easier :)
I wonder if you could point me in the right direction on how I can bypass the Openhab theme as I want to use it in HabPanel and it would be nice for it to blend in.
Thanks man ;)
Second solution: frontail already provides an option to hide the topbar. Just modify the service file under