Weathermap editor just redirects to dashboard

Hello, i have just installed Weathermaps plugin, following the librenms guide

Step 1.

Go to your install directory and then /opt/librenms/html/plugins Enter: git clone

Step 2.

Inside the html/plugins directory, change the ownership of the Weathermap directory by typing chown -R librenms:librenms Weathermap/ Make the configs directory writeable chmod 775 /opt/librenms/html/plugins/Weathermap/configs

Step 3.

Enable the cron process by editing your current LibreNMS cron file (typically /etc/cron.d/librenms) and add the following: LibreNMS: */5 * * * * librenms /opt/librenms/html/plugins/Weathermap/map-poller.php >> /dev/null 2>&1

Step 4.

Enable the plugin from LibreNMS Web UI in OverView ->Plugins -> Plugin Admin menu.

I got to enable the plugin on plugin administrator but when i click on the Weathermap plugin I get

Click here to access the editor where you can create and manage maps.

It should take me to but instead it takes me to Dashboard and does nothing.

Here is the output of validate.


Component Version
LibreNMS 1.49-97-g8ec2476
DB Schema 2019_02_10_220000_add_dates_to_fdb (132)
PHP 7.2.8
MySQL 5.5.60-MariaDB
RRDTool 1.4.8


[OK] Composer Version: 1.8.4
[OK] Dependencies up-to-date.
[OK] Database connection successful
[OK] Database schema correct
[FAIL] The poller (templinux7) has not completed within the last 5 minutes, check the cron job.
[WARN] Your local git contains modified files, this could prevent automatic updates.
You can fix this with ./scripts/github-remove
Modified Files:

Thanks a lot!

Sounds related to the known issue Not able to open Weathermap editor

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Yeah its was related, i got to make it work changing my update branch from master to release.

Now i’m working on the map, it’s not showing.

Do you have php-pear installed? e.g yum install php-pear

Yes i have it installed php-pear-1.9.4-21.el7.noarch.

It’s working now, o had to correct some paths that were different and also corrected the cron that was kinda weird.

It’s working now, thanks!