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[Solved] Where to find config file?


Micha_AC
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Hi,

long time has passed and Im going to check if my Fabscan works right now.

Regarding https://fabscanpi-server.readthedocs.io/en/latest/software_configuration.html#scanner-configuration-file the config-file doesnt exist. Where has it gone?

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Danilo0702
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you can find the cofig:

cd /etc/fabscanpi/

sudo nano default.config.json

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Micha_AC
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That's exactly why Im writing: theres no config file.

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MarkK.
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You could serach with:

sudo find /etc /var /home -name "default.config.json"

 

If ther is any config-file it will find it

 

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Danilo0702
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type

"cd /etc/fabscanpi/"

and after

"ls"

What do you see?

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mario
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Hi, 

you should find it, like  @Danielo0702 already mentioneed, in

/etc/fabscanpi

Anyway. Have a look at the GitHub Repo  

https://github.com/mariolukas/FabScanPi-Server/tree/develop/src/fabscan/config

- Mario

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Micha_AC
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Just upgraded my heatsink and downloaded the image again (2020-10-13-FabScanPi-lite).
Now the config-file works as exspected. No idea what changed.

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