Prerequisites

  • Apache (with mod rewrite) + php
  • Qt version 4.3 minimum (with development libraries)
  • A Nabaztag / tag

Get the sources

The most up to date sources are on GitHub: https://github.com/Pixel166/OpenJabNab

git clone https://github.com/Pixel166/OpenJabNab.git

This command will retrieve the source, including the creation of two directories:

  • Server

These are all the files to the server

  • Http-wrapper

These are the files for the HTTP part

Set up the HTTP part

The Apache server must be configured so that the directory http-wrapper is the root of the domain (or subdomain).

Attention to rights management files on some operating systems.

  • Let the user system that starts the web server can read and write files in the directory http-wrapper
  • The user who launches openjabnab need to write to the folder http-wrapper/ojn_local/

Compile the openJabNab server

go in the “server”.

cd <path to sources>/openJabNab/server

Generate the Makefile with the command “qmake-r” Start compiling (make)

qmake-r
make

Copy the file openjabnab.ini-dist in the bin directory, and rename openjabnab.ini

cp openjabnab.ini-dist bin/openjabnab.ini

Edit this file and replace “my.domain.com” with your domain

Choose the authentication mode you want (depending on the standalone mode or proxy) in the bin/plugins/plugin_auth.ini

Proxy mode
  • Proxy
Standalone mode
  • Full
  • Patched

Launch the executable “openjabnab” created in the bin directory

./bin/openjabnab

Server Usage

Configure the Nabaztag/tag 1) to use the domain “my.domain.com/vl” instead of r.nabaztag.com/vl (in advanced settings)

Save the configuration to relaunch the rabbit.

1) plug and press the button above the head until the lights are blue

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