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Updates /etc/dhcpcd.conf and reboots the device.


This module is intended to be used with the @clysema/http module in order to enable a /dhcpcd post endpoint.

npm install @clysema/dhcpcd @clysema/http

Use an http module config/http.json like this:

"host": "",
"root": "/home/pi/app/www",
"post": ["dhcpcd"]

Create an empty config file for the dhcpcd module (no config is needed but the file must exist).

touch config/dhcpcd.json

Then, somewere in the app loop:

try { await app.modules.dhcpcd(app); }
catch (e) { ... }


Using auth (USERNAME= PASSWORD= npm start)

curl -d \
'{interface: "eth0", dhcp: true, ip_address: "", routers: "", domain_name_servers: ""}' \
-u <username>:<password> \
-H "Content-Type: application/json" \
-X POST http://<device_ip>:4000/dhcpcd


You can place a production build of the dhcpcd-ui package in the root configured folder (/home/pi/app/www in the above example) to be served by the app.