My Arduino Web Server v2.0

Any successful hacks yet ?

madworm:
Any successful hacks yet ?

Nope, not that I’m aware of…

Hi Physics-Dude,

There are multiple webpages and there is even a bitmap file in the webpage. But I don’t see any of this code in the .pde. Maybe the code you placed on the website is for another page?

Cheers,
K

keff_in_sg: Hi Physics-Dude,

There are multiple webpages and there is even a bitmap file in the webpage. But I don't see any of this code in the .pde. Maybe the code you placed on the website is for another page?

Cheers, K

I'm not sure whats wrong, try refreshing a few times, or try a different web browser like FireFox. Plenty of other people seem to be able access the site just fine, it looks just fine on my end.

website loads and as soon as is finished my firefox tells me "the connection to server was terminated"

hm... too tired to reset cookies and everything, but I usually dont have problems with firefox - maybe there is something on your end you can do, so that people like me, who quickly want to look at some arduino projects before they go to bed and are to lazy to actually think anymore can access the site?

fkeel: website loads and as soon as is finished my firefox tells me "the connection to server was terminated"

hm... too tired to reset cookies and everything, but I usually dont have problems with firefox - maybe there is something on your end you can do, so that people like me, who quickly want to look at some arduino projects before they go to bed and are to lazy to actually think anymore can access the site?

Its not on my end, I too use FireFox and it works just fine. Just refresh if it fails to load.

fkeel >>>

hm... too tired to reset cookies and everything, but I usually dont have problems with firefox - maybe there is something on your end you can do, so that people like me, who quickly want to look at some arduino projects before they go to bed and are to lazy to actually think anymore can access the site?

Did you try ctrl-F5? Website works fine from my end.

dont know what it is. it loads fine, but as soon as everything loads i get an error, telling me the connection to server was terminated. ... reloading was the first (well, and only) thing I tried... anyway, I still get the error. I will try from my university network when I get around to it - maybe its an issue with the internet provider here.

Really cool, nice job!

must have been the internet provider. I am now using a different service and it works fine... cool project :-)

Version 2 is up and running!! XD http://physicsdude.dyndns.tv/

keff_in_sg: Hi Physics-Dude,

There are multiple webpages and there is even a bitmap file in the webpage. But I don't see any of this code in the .pde. Maybe the code you placed on the website is for another page?

Cheers, K

I think that all the data for the website is on the sd card. The code just reads the sd card and passes the data along to the client.

I like the box, can you say a few words on how you made it?

The Arduino: and a number (seen at bottom of the page) increments up on an LCD

I thought about it...

Then read...

The Arduino: (Don't abuse it)

and refrained.

Very neat :)

martin_bg: I like the box, can you say a few words on how you made it?

Ah yes, The box was originally a '2 Port Data Switch Box for Parallel Printer Ports'. Here is what they look like.

After being gutted, I marked a spot for the LCD and then spent some time with my Dremel followed by some careful filing. I then drilled some simple holes for the LEDs and switch. The SD card slot was a later edition, that was just some basic Dremel work too. As for the rear face, the original holes where the parallel ports were fitted were used to my advantage and some minor cuts were made to easily fit in the Arduino and shield. After all holes were cut and drilled, I used some 150 grit sand paper to remove the yellow-ish oxidized paint and make the proper brushed texture. Also, the rings around the LEDs are some fancy washers things I had.

As for the inside, its mostly held in place with plastic standoffs and glue.

Kaouthia:

The Arduino: and a number (seen at bottom of the page) increments up on an LCD

I thought about it...

Then read...

The Arduino: (Don't abuse it)

and refrained.

Very neat :)

Actually, I would LOL. I wouldn't mind it really, unless someone starts going all ]:D ]:D ]:D with it.

Well I get the connection terminated too after it seems to start loading so whats causing that ?

tytower: Well I get the connection terminated too after it seems to start loading so whats causing that ?

Ok, I just changed something in the code that might help. Can you, or someone else who previously had the same problem, please try again and tell me what happens?

Do you think t could support video streaming even with some bad qulity video?

How does the comment thing works? You don't have any php or sql working with the Arduino so i don't see how it could work...

Looks like a 3rd party service. :)

htmlcommentbox.com

But, you wouldn't need PHP & MySQL. He could've (assuming the Arduino can handle it) written something to receive the comments, store them on an SD card, and play them back when the page is loaded. He didn't, but could've. :)