Iam running webodm 1.90 on Ubuntu 20.4 under VMware.
At present I’ve noted my windows desktop is on 1.9.1.
How do I update on Ubuntu.
Good question. I would like to know too.
How did you download/install it initially?
Hi here is the way I installed webodm on ubuntu
install webodm...... Run sudo apt-get update Run sudo apt-get upgrade Run sudo apt-get install docker-compose Run sudo apt-get install python3-pip Run git clone https://github.com/OpenDroneMap/WebODM --config core.autocrlf=input --depth 1 cd WebODM (Linux is case sensitive) sudo ./webodm.sh start
WebODM has the ability to automatically request and install a SSL certificate via Let’s Encrypt, or you can manually specify your own key/certificate pair.
Setup your DNS record (webodm.myorg.com --> IP of server). Make sure port 80 and 443 are open. Run the following:
That’s it! The certificate will automatically renew when needed.
If you want to specify your own key/certificate pair, simply pass the --ssl-key and --ssl-cert option to ./webodm.sh. See ./webodm.sh --help for more information.
Note! You cannot pass an IP address to the hostname parameter! You need a DNS record setup.
If you get a docker issue try this…
Have you tried adding your user to the docker group?
$ sudo apt update
$ docker-compose --version
$ sudo usermod -aG docker $USER
$ newgrp docker
Test your docker before running WebODM:
$ docker run hello-world
and then just run WebODM again
$ cd WebODM
$ ./webodm.sh start
Hi all no replays but finally got there solution below
sudo ./webodm.sh update
you will have to re run
sudo ./webodm.sh restart --ssl --hostname webodm.myorg.com
I had a issue with CRSF on firefox trying to access on port 8000 you need to run the ssl re run.
you can access in private mode or chrome on port8000
Now updated from 1.90 to 1.92
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