This is a guide to installing WeeWX from a DEB package on Debian-based systems, including Ubuntu, Mint, and Raspbian.
Tell apt where to find the WeeWX releases. This only has to be done once - the first time you install WeeWX.Tell your system to trust weewx.com:
wget -qO - https://weewx.com/keys.html | sudo apt-key add -For Debian10 and later, use python3:
wget -qO - https://weewx.com/apt/weewx-python3.list | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/weewx.listFor Debian9 and earlier, use python2:
wget -qO - https://weewx.com/apt/weewx-python2.list | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/weewx.list
Use apt-get to install WeeWX. The installer will prompt for a location, latitude/longitude, altitude, station type, and parameters specific to your station hardware.
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install weewx
When you are done, WeeWX will be running in the background as a daemon.
To make sure things are running properly look in the system log for messages from WeeWX.
sudo tail -f /var/log/syslog
After about 5 minutes, open the station web page in a web browser. You should see your station information and data. If your hardware supports hardware archiving, then how long you wait will depend on the archive interval set in your hardware.
To enable uploads such as Weather Underground or to customize reports, modify the configuration file /etc/weewx/weewx.conf. See the User Guide and Customization Guide for details.
WeeWX must be restarted for configuration file changes to take effect.
To start/stop WeeWX:
sudo /etc/init.d/weewx start sudo /etc/init.d/weewx stop
To uninstall WeeWX but retain configuration files and data:
sudo apt-get remove weewx
To uninstall WeeWX, removing configuration files but retaining data:
sudo apt-get purge weewx
To remove data:
sudo rm -r /var/lib/weewx sudo rm -r /var/www/html/weewx
The installation will result in the following layout:
|skins and templates:||/etc/weewx/skins|
|generated web pages and images:||/var/www/html/weewx/|
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