How do I fix errors after changing my NAS IP address?

How do I fix errors after changing my NAS IP address?

How do I fix errors after changing my NAS IP address? If your NAS IP address changes, then your devices will be unable to connect to QIoT Suite Lite and your resourceinfo.json file will contain the wrong IP address. You can fix this by following these steps: Log into QIoT Suite Lite as an administrator Go to the Settings page Click “Administrative Settings“ In QIoT Device Gateway Settings, IP address changes will be highlighted in red Click “Update IP Address” After updating your IP Address, you should re-deploy your resourceinfo.json file…

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Using the Google Maps widget in QIoT Suite Lite

Using the Google Maps widget in QIoT Suite Lite

Using the Google Maps widget in QIoT Suite Lite From version 1.2.0, dashboards in QIoT Suite Lite can display the Google Maps widget. A Google Maps API Key is required to use the Google Maps widget. For more information, refer to: https://cloud.google.com/blog/products/maps-platform/building-for-scale-updates-to-google To obtain a Google Maps API Key, visit: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/javascript/get-api-key   After obtaining your Google Maps API Key, go to the QIoT Suite Lite Dashboard page and: Click “Edit“ Click the map location icon Enter your Google Maps API Key Click “Save” If you receive an error that the…

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How to install HASS.IO in QNAP NAS?

How to install HASS.IO in QNAP NAS?

How to install HASS.IO in QNAP NAS? In this tutorial you will learn how to easily install HASS.IO in QNAP NAS. HASS. IO not only including Home Assistant software but increasing Plugin download installation, management web interface integrated into Home Assistant, etc. Compare to Home Assistant, HASS.IO increase more convenient function for user to use.   HASS.IO will be managed by using Docker system. The below tutorial will teach you how to use Docker in LXC to install HASS.IO. (You may refer to “How to install Docker (x86) in QNAP…

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How to install Docker (x86) in QNAP NAS LXC container?

How to install Docker (x86) in QNAP NAS LXC container?

How to install Docker (x86) in QNAP NAS LXC container? In this tutorial you will learn how to install Docker in QNAP NAS LXC container (Using x86 NAS model as a sample)   Installation Go to QNAP APP Center to install Container Station and set up your environment Using SSH into NAS and go to NAS Host to edit “/usr/local/container-station/lxc/share/lxc/config/common.con” Modify string “lxc.mount.auto = cgroup:mixed proc:mixed sys:mixed” into “lxc.mount.auto = proc:mixed sys:mixed” Note: 1. Once you have upgraded Container Station then you may need to follow this step again. 2….

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How to access QIoT Suite Lite debug log?

How to access QIoT Suite Lite debug log?

How to access QIoT Suite Lite debug log? In this FAQ, we will introduce you how to access QIoT Suite Lite debug log when some error happened. You can download this debug log and transfer it to QNAP technical service engineer for solving your problem.   If you can log in to QIoT Suite Lite successfully then you may follow the steps to download log: In QIoT Suite Lite page > click> click “About” Click “Download debug log“ Transfer “qiotdebug.tar.gz” file to QNAP technical service engineer    If you can not…

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How to record QIoT Suite Lite data in QVR Pro

How to record QIoT Suite Lite data in QVR Pro

How to record QIoT Suite Lite data in QVR Pro? In this tutorial, you will learn how to configure QIoT Suite Lite and QVR Pro to record QIoT Suite Lite data and display them in QVR Pro.   Setting QVR Pro Open Metadata Vault in QVR Pro. You can find it by searching for “Metadata“. Click “Add Data Source” Enter a name and description for the data source. Click “Apply” when finished. Metadata URLs will be created and displayed. Copy them, and click “Finish“. In the Data Source List, go…

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How to install Seeed Studio Wio Link Server in QNAP NAS?

How to install Seeed Studio Wio Link Server in QNAP NAS?

How to install Seeed Studio Wio Link Server in QNAP NAS? In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Seeed Studio Wio Link Server in QNAP NAS. Currently, only support x86 & ARMv7 models to use this function. According to different NAS models, there are two different establishments: Install Wio Link Server in Container Station x86 ARMv7 Wio Link Server IP setting Wio Link APP setting   1. Install Wio Link Server in Container Station Ensure you already installed QNAP Container Station before starting this function. x86 NAS model…

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Object detection demo by using QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI

Object detection demo by using QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI

Object detection demo by using QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI In this tutorial, you will learn how to use QNAP AWS Greengrass, QIoT Suite Lite & QuAI to do object detection doem. Prepare: AWS Account Raspberry Pi USB webcam There are two Scenario: Scenario 1 Camera –> AWS Greengrass IoT device –> AWS Greengrass Core –> QIoT Suite Lite –> QuAI –> AWS Greengrass Core Lambda –> AWS Cloud –> AWS S3 bucket Step 1. Prepare AWS Greengrass Core Go to APP Center > Install AWS Greengrass Setup…

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How to install other modules in QNAP QIoT Suite Lite NodeRED?

How to install other modules in QNAP QIoT Suite Lite NodeRED?

How to install other modules in QNAP QIoT Suite Lite NodeRED? In this tutorial, you will learn how to install other modules in QNAP QIoT Suite Lite NodeRED: Using UI to install NodeRED(npm) (Official Plugin) Manually to install NodeRED (Official Plugin) Manually to install Zip.file (Non-official Plugin) Note: If UI do not display the node after installing then please install by manually.   1. Using UI to install NodeRED(npm) (Official Plugin) Go to QIoT Suite Lite >  Choose IoT Application > Go to Rule Click Menu > Choose Manage palette…

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[Learn] : How to setup the private server of App Inventor on QNAP

[Learn] : How to setup the private server of App Inventor on QNAP

This article is reproduced from CAVEDU education blog with permission.   App Inventor was originally  a sub-project from Google Lab, initiated by Google engineers and courageous users. It’s a completed  online Android programming environment, which uses the Blocks-based coding programs instead of complex codes. On January 1, 2012, Google Lab transfer this project to MIT Center for Mobile Learning for maintenance, and keep it free and open source.   It’s quite intuitive and convenient to develop a program from web browser via App Inventor. First, users need to design the UI/UX,…

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