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  • #6497
    Avatarscadarapid
    Participant

    Hello RapidScada admin

    After I have finished project on my computer then I need to transfer to Raspberry pi.
    1.Which files do I have to transfer from computer to Raspberry Pi.
    2.its same as previous version or not.

    Thank you so much

    #6498
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    Hi,

    What Rapid SCADA version do you use?

    #6533
    Avatarscadarapid
    Participant

    Hello, Admin

    Version on my computer
    Rapid SCADA 5.8.0 (size 14.4 MB, released on January 28, 2020)

    Version on my Rpi
    Rapid SCADA 5.8.0 Mono (size 12.9 MB, released on January 28, 2020)

    thank you so much.

    #6534
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    In Administrator create a new deployment profile for Raspberry. Upload all the configuration except Server settings (because they have different file paths).

    #7906
    AvatarArtos9
    Participant

    Hi Mr Mikhail,
    I searched all forum topic, but I haven’t find more information how to upload project to Raspberry Pi created on Windows.

    Is possible to upload directly from Windows OS to Raspberry Pi Apache server(localhost)?

    Thank you so much

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by AvatarArtos9.
    #7911
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    Hi,

    In your project open Server – Common Parameters and update directories. You can click “Default for Linux” there.
    Then use the above advice.
    Do you know how to create a new deployment profile?

    #7913
    AvatarArtos9
    Participant

    Thanks you. It’s clear.
    I know how to create new deployment profile, but set parameters correctly aren’t clearly.

    #7921
    MerdockMerdock
    Participant

    Hi.
    The way I pass the projects to RaspberryPI is:
    1- I install Rapidscada is RaspberryPI and then I verify that it works correctly.
    2 – I create the project in Windows and verify that it works correctly.
    3 – I create a copy of the windows SCADA folder in another place.
    4 – I delete the ScadaServerSvcConfig.xml file located in the copy \ SCADA \ ScadaServer \ Config \
    5- I search all the folders within the copy \ SCADA \ Scadaxxx \ config \ *. Xlm and edit the paths to match the Linux paths.
    6- I edit the ScadaCommSvcConfig.xml file located in the copy \ SCADA \ ScadaComm \ Config. so that the names of serial ports and other devices match Linux.
    7- I overwrite the SCADA Folder of the rasberryPI SD with the edited folder. usually located at: / opt / scada /
    8. Be careful with the name, in Windows it is SCADA in uppercase and in Linux it is scada in lowercase.

    I hope it helps.
    Regards.

    #7922
    Avatarkumajaya
    Participant

    My English not good enough to explain but I can upload RS project from Windows to Linux over internet easily.

    #7924
    MikhailMikhail
    Moderator

    I know how to create new deployment profile, but set parameters correctly aren’t clearly.

    If something doesn’t work, make screenshots of your deployment profile settings.

    #7925
    MerdockMerdock
    Participant

    My English not good enough to explain but I can upload RS project from Windows to Linux over internet easily.

    Let’s see if I understand what you mean.
    You have a Linux PC running Rapidscada elsewhere.
    You do the project on a Windows PC.
    You want to transfer the project over the internet to your Linux PC.

    As far as I know, to do this you must use a third party remote file management program.

    Regards.

    #7928
    Avatarmanjey73
    Participant

    Only for the initial installation and migration of driver libraries, for example. Edit the Instance name and key for the Agent. Otherwise, the project is transferred using the Agent from Windows to Linux without problems.

    WinSCP and SSH connection are enough to copy and install files.

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