You are not doing anything wrong. You have to edit the script where the device information page is written. To do this you have to open the following document:
And comment the last line:
Then restart the Edison and upload the WebServer example. It should work now.
Hi Diego, I'm new to all of this where are the files your referencing located?
The file edison-config-server.js is in the Edison. You have to power the Edison on, access the Linux terminal through PuTYY or similar software and type the following:
That command will show you the content of the file.
Hi Diego, instead of changing the "edison-config-server.js" file, if we change the port from 80 to let's say 70 in the WebServer using the following:
it should work. Your comments please.
I've tested it changing the port and it worked. I used port 70 instead. The only detail is that you should add ":70" to your address when you want to access the web page. Normally, you enter the IP address of your Edison in your browser to access the web page, but since you are using another port, you have to define the port in your browser as well so you have to use the IP address plus the proper port:
Yes, I know it works very well. Generally IP address to Edison keeps changing unless it is permanently power On for long times. Since the port assigned remains fixed, so I use http://ABC.local:70/ where
"ABC" is either "Edison" (if we do-not change the name while setting up) or is the name what we give to the board while setting up.
Thanks very much for validating. Regards.