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San Francisco Muni Prediction and Weather LED sign
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Readme ====== Information, rationale, background, and screenshots are in my blog here: http://coldattic.info/shvedsky/pro/blogs/a-foo-walks-into-a-bar/posts/98 Installation ============ Before you are able to run the sign software, you need to install Perl and Ruby 1.9 with its "gem" package manager. $ sudo apt-get install ruby1.9 gem1.9 $ sudo cpan Device::MiniLED $ gem install --user-install ./vendor/muni-0.0.6.gem To execute the program at startup: $ sudo cp contrib/munisign /etc/init.d $ nano /etc/init.d/munisign # Edit file to adjust command line $ sudo update-rc.d munisign defaults Running ======= There are two executable files in the package: - client/client.rb - Muni sign as seen on Muni stops; - contrib/morning_room.rb - morning dashboard. Call each program with '--help' to see the complete list of options, e.g. "./client/client.rb --help". Sample command lines: ./client/client.rb --update-interval 30 --stopId 16995 ./contrib/morning_room.rb --update-interval 30 \ --route 30 --direction outbound --stop 'Townsend & 4th' \ --weather-url 'http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=37.776905&lon=-122.395012&FcstType=digitalDWML' \ --weather-hour 20