Hi guys, I succeeded in setting up my own tile server with OSM data by following this great tutorial:
http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Ubuntu_tile_server.

As said in the tutorial I can see the map at http://localhost/osm/slippymap.html. Now, I'd like to go further. How can I access slippymap.html file?

Thanks!

Lucas

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A more up to date version of those instructions are here. With regard to using tiles, have a look at these pages.

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edited 10 Jun '13, 11:30

Thanks, I'll take a look at this.

(10 Jun '13, 10:56) Kalu06

This link was very helpful! However, I still can't find this slippymap.html file...

(10 Jun '13, 11:24) Kalu06

Oops - that would be because I linked to the wrong page.

You'll need an html page using a javascript library to display the tiles you've created. Leaflet's probably the easiest to get started with, so I'd look here:

http://switch2osm.org/using-tiles/getting-started-with-leaflet/

(10 Jun '13, 11:32) SomeoneElse ♦

Thanks! I'll see that then.

(10 Jun '13, 13:00) Kalu06

For those who may be interested, I found slippymap.html. It's located in /var/www/osm

(10 Jun '13, 13:19) Kalu06

Hi, I have also set up the tile server and can view Slippymap.html. When I call this page from some other system, it does not work. Any idea why?

I want to run the tile server on a machinde and to be able to view the tiles from another system.

(02 Jun '14, 11:30) Reshma Maner
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