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The Spaghetti Detective

The Spaghetti Detective AI-based failure detection for 3D printer remote management and monitoring.

Setup

Login as Django admin

  1. Open Django admin page at http://{% if thespaghettidetective.domain %}{{ thespaghettidetective.domain }}{% else %}your_server_ip{% endif %}/admin/

  2. Login with username root@example.com, password supersecret. Once logged in, you can optionally (but highly encouraged to) change the admin password using this link: http://{% if thespaghettidetective.domain %}{{ thespaghettidetective.domain }}{% else %}your_server_ip{% endif %}/admin/app/user/1/password/.

Configure Django site

  1. On Django admin page, click "Sites", and click the only entry "example.com" to bring up the site you need to configure. Change "Domain name" to your_server_ip:3334. No "http://", "https://" prefix or trailing "/", otherwise it will NOT work.

  2. Click "Save". Yes it's correct that Django is not as smart as most people think. ;)

Site configuration

Access

It is available at https://{% if thespaghettidetective.domain %}{{ thespaghettidetective.domain }}{% else %}{{ thespaghettidetective.subdomain + "." + domain }}{% endif %}/ or http://{% if thespaghettidetective.domain %}{{ thespaghettidetective.domain }}{% else %}{{ thespaghettidetective.subdomain + "." + domain }}{% endif %}/

{% if enable_tor %} It is also available via Tor at http://{{ thespaghettidetective.subdomain + "." + tor_domain }}/ {% endif %}

Security enable/disable https_only and auth

To enable https_only or auth set the service config to True settings/config.yml

thespaghettidetective:
  https_only: True
  auth: True

Last update: June 9, 2020