I tried to install ngrok on a Raspberry Pi with (page 588)
pi@raspberry:~ $ wget http://randomnerdtutorials.com/ngrokARM
but I received that a certificate called bin.equinox.io is not trusted and in the next line that it is has expired. As a result it is not downloaded, and I am stuck. Any advice to follow?
I am ending the book about Web Servers on ESP32/8266
Thanks in advance
I’m not sure what’s causing the issue.
After searching, it seems that problem occurred before, but I couldn’t find any workaroung.
Try to follow the official instructions here: https://ngrok.com/download
Select Linux and ARM. Then, install via Apt, and follow the subsequent intructions to add an authtoken and start a tunnel.
I hope this helps.
I managed to get working the tunnel with ngrok, but the autostarting of ngrok on boot doesn’t work to me. I added the line
screen -d -m /home/pi/./ngrok http -auth=”ruisan:pass” 192.168.1.112:80
to the .bashrc file, adequated to my case, but when I check which tunnels are working after booting, none of them were triggered. Any idea to solve the problem?
Thanks in advance.
I managed to activate the ngrok tunnel on startup using raspberry pi. It seems that with –basic-auth rather than -auth works for me. Thanks to Keith Casey inspiring email.