Simple webpage on port 80

  • I would find it useful to have a simple website on the default port 80 that could have some simple help details and stats etc and can be customised to forward to different web frontends for kodi, emby, tvheadend etc. I'm always forgetting the correct ports for the various installed frontends!!


    Just wondering if anyone else would find this useful? ;)

  • port had the same idea in the past, but Kodi is using port 80 so you need another port :(


    Maybe a list at the Wiki is helpful

  • port had the same idea in the past, but Kodi is using port 80 so you need another port :(


    Maybe a list at the Wiki is helpful

    oh, kodi is at 8080 for me, I must have changed it ages ago and forgot 8o

  • If anyone is interested. I installed the lamp plugin that puts a web server on port 4080, then updated the httpd.conf to use port 80. (You will need to change the Chrous port if on 80).


    Lamp is available here - Index of /lamp/, install via kodi


    Attached is my simple web frontend.


    Files

    • htdocs.zip

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  • I really like the idea, thinking of shipping some kind of tiny http server with some kind of modular plugins. So basically if you install Tvh you get a button there, if not there is no button.


    I have a look, sounds great :P

  • Kodi web server doesn't support of serving static custom pages anymore? I think it was working one time.


    Update: Yes it still does

    Code
    1. http://ip:port/vfs//storage/downloads/test.html


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