Last week I installed YAMon on my router by following the posted instructions.
I'm as sure as I can be, at this point, that I did everything as prescribed but when I try and access the GUI I'm met with a numbered list of files, as per attached screenshot.
Archer AC1750 v2
I'm at the limits of my own ability to troubleshoot the matter and I'd love some help getting YAMon up and running. I will happily provide files, screenshots and any information required.
It appears that the Web server reads from /tmp/yamon instead of /tmp/www as it should be, and as the configuration file says.
An easy fix would be to copy shortcut/link file index.html from /tmp/www to /tmp/yamon.
Edit: that's a temporary work around, as it will work only until you restart, because /tmp will get cleared upon restarting.
Sometimes you just can't see the forest for the tree! The work around/solution was was much simpler. without copying anything, instead of opening /192.168.1.1/yamon you should open /192.168.1.1/www.
There is this discrepancy between what the documentation says and what the software actually does. And by the way, I tried editing both config.file and setPaths.sh to make the file get copied to /tmp/yamon instead of /tmp/www but it doesn't seem to have effect.
Having the home folder as /yamon instead of /www make more sense of course.
But that's not enough. As others reported, original /tmp/yamon is missing web folders. I solved that creating symlinks from their /opt/app/YAMon4/www/ place to /opt/app/YAMon4/yamon.persist/. They are the folders css, images and js. I take the chance to symlink yamon4.0.html to index.html, so that Yamon Web GUI loads directly.
There's still the data4 folder: symlink from /opt/app/YAMon4/data/ to /opt/app/YAMon4/yamon.persist/data4/
Yamon is a great tool, it's sad that it's not being maintained and these setup issues were never fixed.