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Web version of the OpenBSC meas_vis utility

This tool will allow you to display and browse the measurement reports of OpenBSC on a web based interface.

How to install and configure the meas_web utlility:

Get the code:

git clone

Install dependencies:

1. Install websocketd:

In this example we are going to use a 64bit version:


sudo dpkg -i websocketd-0.2.11_amd64.deb

2. Install runit:

sudo apt-get install runit

3. Configure runit:

Copy the content of the meas_web/etc folder to your /etc folder:

cd meas_web

sudo cp -avr etc /

4. Make sure the "meas_vis" utility is compiled:

Go to the utility folder of your openbsc source:

cd openbsc/openbsc/src/utils

If you can't find a meas_vis binary, please run:

sudo apt-get install libcdk5-dev

sudo make meas_vis

Now you need to have the binary version of meas_vis in openbsc/openbsc/src/utils

Because meas_json is not yet part of the master, you need to download and compile it:


mv meas_json.c\?h\=achemeris%2Fmeas_json meas_jscn.c

5. Add the following line at the bottom of your openbsc.conf:

meas-feed destination 8888

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