It there a way to set a canvas to be "public" after enabling security?
I have dashboards that I want to secure, but want a kiosk mode raspberry pi to be able to access a canvas dashboard without the need to log in, as it doesnt have a keyboard or mouse?
@samgs that's a great question, unfortunately there's no way to do this for the time being. I will say there's been conversations about ways we can get Kibana stuff out in a secure way, but we're still in the conceptual phase.
The only thing I can offer as a recommendation is using dashboard's and creating a dashboard-only user to display on you pi. I know it's not the same as the Canvas functionality, but it's about the only thing I can recommend at this point.
Is there a guide to setting up a pi to run a dashboard? Is there a way to store the credentials on the pi so it auto -logins? I dont want a keyboard attached to the pi.
We don't have an official guide to setup Canvas/Kibana on a raspberry pi but I have had to setup generic dashboards on a pi before. Here is a repo that I made with some bash commands and the blog post I used to get going: https://github.com/timductive/pi-flip
In this case I stored the passwords in the Pi browser because I knew the Pi would be physically secure, so think about security before doing this exactly.
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