I’ve just installed a fresh version of openHAB 2.4.0 and I’d like to tweak the configuration a bit.
Currently to access BASIC UI user must enter the whole URL, for example http://openhabianpi:8080/basicui/app
is it possible to change the start page? So when the user types http://openhabianpi:8080 instead of the welcome page I would like to get BASIC UI page.
I can’t find anything in docs about that and I started to wonder if this is even possible.
If this is possible please guide me on how to do that.
@H102 I’m aware of this as a possible solution, but I am wondering if this kind of configuration is possible.
I’m uninstalling all other UI’s and I need just the BASIC UI.
I’ve successfully changed port to 80, what is left is the default homepage.
Cannot be done short of setting up a reverse proxy. The URL for Basic UI is /basic/app. You cannot change that. The Dashboard UI is at the default location. Even if you uninstalled the Dashboard (which I’m not sure you can) all that would do is give you a 404 error.
That’s a shame
I’m not sure about the technology the openHAB UI’s are created with, but for example, apache has .htaccess files in which You can do 301 redirect. Maybe this kind of workaround if possible?
Thanks for the hint
Is the same thing configurable via openhabian/ssh?
I’d like to avoid making changes in source and compiling anything.
If this is doable via SSH then where should I look for that file?
Sorry for all the questions, I’m still very new to openhab.
the one I had to edit was /srv/openhab2-sys/runtime/etc/jetty.xml after changing value from /start/index to /basicui/app and rebooting I’ve got the behavior I want
Now when I navigate my browser to openhabianpi (I’ve also changed the port from 8080 to 80) I’m automatically navigated to Basic UI.
I can, of course, go to start page by going to openhabianpi/start/index.
This is the first one, I hope to do more
Now I’m struggling with setting up Eclipse to develop two bindings.
Currently this is a terrible and painful process for newbies like me.
Thank You guys for help!
I’ll repeat David’s common response. You have bad timing. There is a whole mess of changes in work involving the build system that is making the setup of Eclipse challenging. Once it’s done it should be much easier for new users.
I recommend posting a new thread under Development > IDE (after reviewing the other posts there of course) to get some help. Don’t try to solve this on your own right now. It’s too much of a moving target.
(Stuart Hanlon, UK importer of Velbus hardware)
Thanks for this.
I’ve just swapped mine to /habpanel/index.html#/view/Welcome