A fast MQTT dashboard application and rule engine framework written in C for Linux, Raspberry Pi and WINDOWS.
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README

Dockerfile for MQTT-Hyperdash
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Dockerfile for MQTT-Hyperdash based on the one by Bruno
https://github.com/shakenfr/mqtt-hyperdash_docker/

The docker file generates an installable .deb package of MQTT-Hyperdash as well as
the User-Manul as .pdf

After a make docker you should find here:


Dockerfile.Ubuntu.20.04 -- The Dockerfile to generate the docker image, based on Ubunut.20.04
isetup-5.5.8.exe -- InnoSetup installer (not really needed)
mqtt-hyperdash_1.03-16_amd64.deb -- The debian package for linux
paho.mqtt.c_1.0-1_amd64.deb -- inofficial debian package of the paho.c library
MQTT-Hyperdash-1.03-16-setup.exe -- InnoSetup installer of MQTT-Hyperdash for WINDOWS


You can run the docker container which would start dashdesign. Make sure to
connect the graphical display. I do it this way:


XAUTHORITY=$(xauth info | grep "Authority file" | awk '{ print $3 }')
echo $(XAUTHORITY)
cd docker;sudo docker run -ti -v`pwd`:/work/ --net=host -e DISPLAY -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix:ro \
-v $(XAUTHORITY):/root/.Xauthority:ro kollo/$(DNAME):$(LIBNO)-$(RELEASE)