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    Junior Member jgillett's Avatar
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    OK - progress...

    http://tiggrweather.net/NSTestStrict.php

    Still have to work on some graphics that have been uploaded to other locations, but the graph is working. That's one-in-a-row!

    Many thanks.
    John

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    Pretty cool stuff! It is like having your own weather station.

    Although it is obvious to me and you evidently figured it out also, I thought I would mention for others reading that the path for $jploc in your instance would need to be the full path "/usr/local/php-5.2.13/lib/php/jpgraph/" or since you installed it within the php_include path you should also be able to use just "jpgraph". Paths can be tricky sometimes for folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildjokerdesign View Post
    Pretty cool stuff! It is like having your own weather station.
    Actually - I do have my own station! http://tiggrweather.net/

    The (almost) final page for this is at http://tiggrweather.net/lightning.php. Having a small problem with 2 items in the right column. No biggie.
    Quote Originally Posted by wildjokerdesign View Post
    Although it is obvious to me and you evidently figured it out also, I thought I would mention for others reading that the path for $jploc in your instance would need to be the full path "/usr/local/php-5.2.13/lib/php/jpgraph/" or since you installed it within the php_include path you should also be able to use just "jpgraph". Paths can be tricky sometimes for folks.
    'Tricky' is an understatement! In this case I had to use "/usr/local/php-5.2.13/lib/php/jpgraph/src/".
    John

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