One of my nodes sent a battery level by mistake. Since this time there is a little battery icon on the node list.
The node doesn't send battery level, as is not battery powered.
How can I remove battery information from the node record?
I don't want to remove the node completely and install it again, as it is used on dashboards, actions, and forwarding.
I have a similar problem with Raspberry PI and MySensors Serial Node with NRF radio.
After a random time the node service on RPI stops working:
To restart the service I need to run 'sudo systemctl restart mysgw.service'.
Currently, I have scheduled a script to do that, which decrease problem frequency, however, it still happens.
Q: Is there a way to run this console command from the MyController script when the selected node is down?
jkandasa it would be great if you can provide an example.
Yes. I'm using password manager, but it's not an ideal solution as I would like to view dashboard on mobile devices without installing additional software.
Is there a way to disable login page where I have to enter username:admin | password:admin (default)?
Or, is there a way to setup auto login?