After setting up Huginn, and implementing the actions on my todo list, I had a look at the available agents and started thinking what else they can be useful for.
One of the ideas I came up with is monitoring if a website is available, or has some trouble. I already have a monitoring system in place, but it’s a nice exercise to learn more about the other agents.
The openHAB Raspberry image, by default, listens on port 8080. After using the image for a while, it became quite boring to always add the port to the URL. Quickly I decided to redirect port
80 to port
8080, and make my life easier.
Not sure how much work that is in the openHAB settings, I settled with redirecting or forwarding the port
80 to port
I have an application which has to run on different webservers (or to be more specific on servers with a different directory layout). On one servers the
php files are in
/usr/home, the next one is using
/www, the third one
/var/www and last but not least my laptop has the files in my home directory which is under
No problem - or?