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Node red embedded into signalk
#21
i did this and got gpio to install from palette manager
npm cache clean --force
reboot

ok installed dash too..
got all extra nodes installed and flows transferred to embedded instance
just gotta get the steel series gauges installed
mare liberum
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#22
I have been able to install all extra nodes too. No need of cache cleaning. Could the others confirm the jim321 solution? thanks!
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#23
I've created a node-red channel on the Signal K Slack site. Feel free to join us there for more realtime discussions and support.

Join the developers on Slack
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#24
Hi, from ignorance,
What differences are there with the way of obtaining the data so far with nodered? What improves?
Is it possible to install signal k from manage palette from nodered?

Thanks, saludos
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#25
What we are discussing here is a new plugin for signalk-node-server. You install this into the node server, you can't install signalk into node red.

My intensions here were to extend node server and allow for power users to easily manipulate or react to or import data into Signal K.  Existing methods of getting data into Signal K have not changed.

In case you missed it, there are some examples here: https://github.com/SignalK/node-red-embedded


-=Scott
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#26
Don't know if this is relevant, but in a previous version of OP I had to add ther user pi to sudoers to allow installation of new nodes using the pallete manager.
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