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Mirelsol [2.2 Install emonCms]
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   * Add pecl modules to php5 config : <​code>​sudo sh -c 'echo "​extension=redis.so"​ > /​etc/​php5/​apache2/​conf.d/​20-redis.ini'​   * Add pecl modules to php5 config : <​code>​sudo sh -c 'echo "​extension=redis.so"​ > /​etc/​php5/​apache2/​conf.d/​20-redis.ini'​
 sudo sh -c 'echo "​extension=redis.so"​ > /​etc/​php5/​cli/​conf.d/​20-redis.ini'</​code>​ sudo sh -c 'echo "​extension=redis.so"​ > /​etc/​php5/​cli/​conf.d/​20-redis.ini'</​code>​
-=== - Install ​add-on emoncms modules === +=== - Install rfm12pi module ​===
-== rfm12pi module ==+
 This is required if you want values collected by the Raspberry Pi to be published on emonCms.<​code>​sudo aptitude install emoncms-module-rfm12pi</​code>​ This is required if you want values collected by the Raspberry Pi to be published on emonCms.<​code>​sudo aptitude install emoncms-module-rfm12pi</​code>​
-== event module == 
-With this module you can receive an email if for example a sensor reaches a given value (e.g. if the temperature is higher than...).<​code>​sudo aptitude install emoncms-module-event</​code>​ 
 === - Enable Apache2 site and modules === === - Enable Apache2 site and modules ===
 <​code>​sudo a2ensite emoncms <​code>​sudo a2ensite emoncms
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   * Reboot   * Reboot
 === - Configure emonCms === === - Configure emonCms ===
-== - General == 
   * Make sure the date/time is right. By default the Raspbian uses the [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Network_Time_Protocol|ntp]] protocol for clock synchronization.   * Make sure the date/time is right. By default the Raspbian uses the [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Network_Time_Protocol|ntp]] protocol for clock synchronization.
   * In your browser go to this address : <​nowiki>​http://<​RASPBERRY_IP>/​emoncms</​nowiki>​   * In your browser go to this address : <​nowiki>​http://<​RASPBERRY_IP>/​emoncms</​nowiki>​
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     * Here is what you should get :​{{:​projects:​open_energy_monitor_unmonastery:​raspberry_local_emoncms_conf_page.png?​direct&​300|}}     * Here is what you should get :​{{:​projects:​open_energy_monitor_unmonastery:​raspberry_local_emoncms_conf_page.png?​direct&​300|}}
   * Click on the "​input"​ menu, you should see all the data coming from the sensors.   * Click on the "​input"​ menu, you should see all the data coming from the sensors.
-== - Events ​== +=== - Install additional modules === 
-In the top menu click on "​Extra"​ and then on "​Event"​ : +== Event module == 
-  * Click on "event settings"​ to configure how to send emails. +With this module you can receive an email if for example a sensor reaches a given value (e.g. if the temperature is higher than...). 
-  * Create a new event notification. Once create ​make sure everything is right by editing your notification.+  * Install it: <​code>​sudo aptitude install emoncms-module-event</​code>​ 
 +  * Configure it on the emonCms website. ​In the top menu click on "​Extra"​ and then on "​Event"​ : 
 +    * Click on "event settings"​ to configure how to send emails. 
 +    * Create a new event notification. Once created ​make sure everything is right by editing your notification
 +== Notification module == 
 +With this module you can get a notification if a sensor is inactive. 
 +  * To install it: <​code>​cd /​usr/​share/​emoncms/​www/​Modules 
 +</​code>​and follow [[https://​github.com/​emoncms/​notify|the documentation]].
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