Weaved Installer for Domino.io

Installation Instructions for Domino.io

This installer adds Weaved services to your Domino.io. Weaved services let you connect easily and securely to your Domino.io from a mobile app or browser window anywhere in the world!

You will need a Weaved account before running the installation, so if you have not already done so, please create an account.

This installer automatically installs Weaved services for the following:

  • SSH on port 22
  • Web (http) on port 80

    Download Weaved for Domino.io

    1. 1. Copy and paste the command lines below into a terminal window or SSH client connected to your Domino.io, then hit the Enter key.

      cd ~
      wget https://github.com/weaved/installer/raw/master/binaries/weaved-mips-9331-0.93.tar --no-check-certificate

    Install Weaved

    1. 2. Unpack the installer:

      tar xvf weaved-mips-9331-0.93.tar

    2. 3. Launch the installer:

      cd weaved

    3. 4. Go to the Service List. You should see two sections in green indicating that a new unregistered service has been discovered. Follow the onscreen instructions to register and name your service.

    1. Uninstalling services

      The uninstaller script will stop Weaved services for http and SSH, and remove all Weaved software except for the ~/weaved folder.

      cd ~/weaved

    Sending notifications

    Weaved Installer for Domino.io installs notification scripts for each service. We've supplied three sample scripts:

    Yo - sends a single notification on the SSH channel.

    You can list all of the installed scripts with this command:

    ls /usr/bin/notify*.sh

    To send a notification, the format is:

    /usr/bin/notify_[weaved_port].sh 1 [msg] [status]

    For example:
    /usr/bin/notify_Weavedssh22.sh 1 'User logged into your Domino.io' 'ok'

    Connect with Weaved from Anywhere

      To test the connection to your Domino.io from your browser, go to the service list, find the line with your Domino.io's alias, and click on the device name to connect.

      If the service you installed uses the http web protocol, the connection will open directly in your browser. Otherwise, a popup window will appear with a web address that you can copy into your application's connection window.