A brand new hack to enable the web interface on startup! No more switching it on in the settings + much more

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  • webinterface-onboot

    Enable the web interface on boot. For the ReMarkable Tablet.

  • While no longer enabling the web interface setting is great, the real magic is in what is now possible. The web interface keeps running when the usb cable is disconnected, which means that it still has the ability to upload and download files, there is just no way to connect to it. But now that we can ensure the web interface is always running and accessible via webinterface-onboot and webinterface-persist-ip, we can write programs that connect to the device over wifi but can still use the web interface under the hood. This is useful as uploading a file to the device most any other way will require restarting the device to see the file, and work is still being done on programs that can generate pdfs from the new file format (the web interface can). As a first step in that direction, I created..

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • webinterface-persist-ip

    Discontinued Ensure the web-interface can be reached internally at 10.11.99.1:80 after disconnecting the usb cable. For the ReMarkable Tablet.

  • While no longer enabling the web interface setting is great, the real magic is in what is now possible. The web interface keeps running when the usb cable is disconnected, which means that it still has the ability to upload and download files, there is just no way to connect to it. But now that we can ensure the web interface is always running and accessible via webinterface-onboot and webinterface-persist-ip, we can write programs that connect to the device over wifi but can still use the web interface under the hood. This is useful as uploading a file to the device most any other way will require restarting the device to see the file, and work is still being done on programs that can generate pdfs from the new file format (the web interface can). As a first step in that direction, I created..

  • webinterface-wifi

    View the web interface over wifi. For the ReMarkable Tablet.

  • webinterface-upload-button

    Upload button for the web interface, alternative to drag and drop. For the ReMarkable Tablet.

  • This program simply allows you to view the web interface, over wifi. While it was neat, it required the device be plugged in. Now with webinterface-onboot and webinterface-persist-ip, you can view the web interface over wifi at any time! The most useful aspect for me is that when I'm on the go, I can connect the remarkable to my phones wifi hotspot and upload/download files from anywhere as connecting the remarkable to my phone via cable did not work. I intend to add a white/black list for wifi networks and maybe a login page for a user. The onboot hack opens the door for someone to build a web interface replacement as well (Any front end devs out there?)

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