wview is a unix application for weather stations. It archives weather data from the station. Generates full html web sites with graphics. ftp/ssh export capability. MySQL/PostgreSQL archiving. International. Weather alarms. Data feed. RSS feed.
- Davis Vantage Pro/Pro2/Vue Console Controller
- Vaisala WXT510/520 Controller
- Texas Weather Instruments Controller
- Oregon Scientific WMR-USB (WMR88/WMR88A/WMR100/WMR100N/WMR200/WMRS200/RMS300/RMS600)
- Hideki, Nexus, Mebus, Irox, Honeywell, Cresta TE923, TE923W, TE821W, WXR810, DV928 Controller
- Fine Offset WH1080/WH1081, Watson W-8681/WX-2008, National Geographic: 265 NE, Elecsa 6975/6976, Ambient Weather WS-1080/WS-1090/WS-2080, Tycon TP1080WC Controller
- La Crosse WS-2300/WS-2305/WS-2310/WS-2315 Controller
- Oregon Scientific WMR918/WMR928NX/WMR968 Controller
- Weather Station Simulator
- Weather Web Site Generator
- Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP) Client
- Weather Underground Client
Just the thing to run on my Raspberry Pi and send my OS WMR200 readings to the world! Took some fiddling with the radlib build (which had removed the current sqlib support). Obviously written before CSS took off! But still easily tweakable if you like programming HTML. Would like to configure ftps instead of ftp, some other cosmetics, etc. Will see how I go getting those mods back into the source for world consumption.
Broad support for a variety of weather stations, integrates with both MySQL and PostgreSQL.
wview is now running on www.oceanbeach.org/weather/ 9.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE #0: Tue Jan 3 07:46:30 UTC 2012 email@example.com:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC amd64 CPU: AMD A6-3500 (3 cores) 2.1 GHz APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics (2099.96-MHz K8-class CPU) 8GB memory Honeywell TE831W weather station EdiMax 3030 web cam Wunderground: KCASANFR107 CWOP:DW5422 The only hard problem I encountered is a missing library directory in configure script. I solved it by setting LDFLAGS before running the configure script: export LDFLAGS="-L/lib -L/usr/local/lib" I am using the remote rsync daemon to update the html on www.oceanbeach.org the internet facing machine. The entire very complex package was the smoothest source install that I have done on FREEBSD.