Could you provide instructions on how to install it on a Synology NAS?
There's a good reason (one we may not really know) for this occurring (data logging service companies and apps popping up). Personally, I don't like the privacy aspect of it (or lack thereof), even though the reports are cool (all "services")…. For this reason, I will just look at other's data via the fleet reports/statistics that these companies provide.
This privacy aspect is the whole reason I build this! The code is open source; one can run this software on own hardware and not data is being shared with a third party.
Nice, I just threw the docker compose file into my QNAP NAS in the "Container Station" app. Will update on how it goes...
And it appears to be working well. My only suggestions are...
1) Include the docker-compose.yml file in the repo itself
2) Add emphasis to the environment variables, and perhaps remove the ones that don't really matter (db username, instance name, etc) - to leave to the new user only the ones that really matter.
I installed it on a pi 3 with Docker. The manual install isn’t really working properly but docker works fine once you can get docker on the Pi (easier said than done).
Great work, I like it but have a few requests:
Is there a way to put the dashboards behind a password on grafana? I’m not even sure how to log in versus a standalone installed grafana (outside of docker).
Any way to see instantaneous data like speed and charging voltage/current? Sort of like what the Tesla-apiscraper project elsewhere here.
Also can I put multiple panels on one screen?
Also any way to add kWh rate to calculate costs?
I admit I’m not that familiar with grafana.
But the best part I like is the history. I travel and get miles reimbursed so I need to document my trips. This works really well.
For those of us who aren't linux gurus but have docker working on a box, anyone who can give the step-by-step to getting it working? I was able to download teslam, grafana and postgres but don't know what to do now (install is on a synology using docker).
This looks fantastic! I'd love to get off my subscription logger and host my own data. I'm terrible with Linux, although I've tinkered in the past with ubuntu and made a retro-pi machine. The Git-hub installation instructions are not nearly baby/dummy steps enough for me. Alternatively is it possible to get a raspberry pi SD card image of this, and then just edit some variables for our login credentials? Or does it not work that way? Or maybe a baby step by step installation on the QNAP NAS?