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Ok I got the files re-uploaded using curl

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root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=arch.html' davis/admin/html
root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=edit.html' davis/admin/html
root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=export.html' davis/admin/html
root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=ftpexport.html' davis/admin/html
root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=index.html' davis/admin/html
root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=info.html' davis/admin/html
root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=setup.html' davis/admin/html
root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=style.css' davis/admin/html
root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=system.html' davis/admin/html
root@pi3:/media/nas1-downloads/WFL_Update_200/WFL_Update_200/WiFiLogger124S/html# curl -F 'data=wifi.html' davis/admin/html

Hmm however it said to go to 1.24S you didn't need to upload the HTML files... This was just a .bin file upload which is what the instructions said:

Go to SETUP|SYSTEM menu of your WFL and perform firmware update with WiFiLogger124S.bin file, as you have likely done before with any other firmware change. HTML files won’t be needed in this step.

mzac, sounds like you missed the second step to upgrading firmware.  After you've gone up a version, you have to go into that ZIP file and find the HTML files as well.  On the Wifi screen, there was a spot where you have to upload the updated HTML files as well.  That will likely fix your link issue.
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Hmm however it said to go to 1.24S you didn't need to upload the HTML files... This was just a .bin file upload which is what the instructions said:

Go to SETUP|SYSTEM menu of your WFL and perform firmware update with WiFiLogger124S.bin file, as you have likely done before with any other firmware change. HTML files won’t be needed in this step.

mzac, sounds like you missed the second step to upgrading firmware.  After you've gone up a version, you have to go into that ZIP file and find the HTML files as well.  On the Wifi screen, there was a spot where you have to upload the updated HTML files as well.  That will likely fix your link issue.

What version you had before? It looks like you don't have any of HTML files.
http://YOUR_WFL_IP/admin/html
will allow you to upload HTML files. Start with system.html.
If you don't have HTML file this mean config files are also cleared. So you can upload system.html file and use it to update to version 2.00 which will download automaticly version 2.08.

Playing with version  1.24S is for protec your settings, but it wasn't work in your case.
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Hmm however it said to go to 1.24S you didn't need to upload the HTML files... This was just a .bin file upload which is what the instructions said:

Go to SETUP|SYSTEM menu of your WFL and perform firmware update with WiFiLogger124S.bin file, as you have likely done before with any other firmware change. HTML files won’t be needed in this step.

mzac, sounds like you missed the second step to upgrading firmware.  After you've gone up a version, you have to go into that ZIP file and find the HTML files as well.  On the Wifi screen, there was a spot where you have to upload the updated HTML files as well.  That will likely fix your link issue.
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mzac, sounds like you missed the second step to upgrading firmware.  After you've gone up a version, you have to go into that ZIP file and find the HTML files as well.  On the Wifi screen, there was a spot where you have to upload the updated HTML files as well.  That will likely fix your link issue.
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The final moving load we made from WA to NM (pickup pulling a 7x14 trailer) the forecasters swore up and down our route was going to be sunny with birds tweeting etc.
All 6 of the passes had compact snow and ice.  :evil:
Had we known we would have taken the long route through CA.

I don't trust them anymore.
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I updated to 1.24S and now I get FileNotFound on all links... Do I need to do a hard reset on the unit?  I was doing this remotely from work so if I need to reset it I'll have to wait until I get home...

If I try the main link I get empty content

Any way to force it to reset?
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Loss of VP Reception
« Last post by Mattk on Today at 03:15:21 PM »
Did you check the voltages of the old and new battery?
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Forgetting the term trust for a minute, a forecast is still only a forecast
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Davis Instruments Weather Stations / Re: Davis VP2 vs Kestrel D3
« Last post by CW2274 on Today at 02:49:56 PM »
If the SHT31 read 99% or 100% recently then, perhaps, the 96% reading is valid. But if you notice, as I and many others have, that the ceiling for the sensor goes from, let's say, 98% upon installation but over time drops to 96%, then you can assume that the sensor isn't going to read properly during fog. I've got three 31s. The humidity maxes are: 97% (newest), 96% (2nd oldest), 95% (oldest).
The 31 I'm using now has been in service ~2.5 years and hit 100% three times in the last two weeks. Granted, if you blinked you missed it, but happened none the less. When it wasn't at 100, 98% was the norm. Once again, looks like drier climates are the 31's friend, and frankly, I think having a stronger fan helps return it to normalcy (drying it out more efficiently) more so that not having a fan. Just to add, whether it matters or not, I also use the SF2 filter cap.
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Could you ever trust the (any) weather forecast?
I usually just walk out on the porch and look up or look out the window.  :-)
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