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I have setup tile server successful & after that how to connect to leaflet & how to edited map. I want to upload in project I can't find the way after setting up tile server from switch2osm.org help.

Kindly provide step by step after tile server, what next??

asked 12 Aug '17, 12:18

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You should get the slippy map at http://localhost/osm/slippymap.html (it might be different if you've done a manual install).

(13 Aug '17, 12:43) SK53 ♦

Hi SomeoneElse, thanks for answing. it's not duplicate it's other question we lose the way how to go further steps for using map in our project. We should use leaflet or openlayer & we use how to edit map for using GPS purpose in tracking part.

(13 Aug '17, 15:07) ranveerneemkar

Hi SK53, thanks for answing, yes we have done manual but how to get slippy map view. Kindly help us for further steps.

(13 Aug '17, 15:10) ranveerneemkar

I suggest that you use Leaflet in-browser to display your map, and I suggest that you work through the tutorials here.

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answered 13 Aug '17, 15:12

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Thanks, by which IP address we get slippy map & after that how we need to connect IP address to leaflet

(13 Aug '17, 15:44) ranveerneemkar

https://switch2osm.org/manually-building-a-tile-server-16-04-2-lts/ contains a section that says "if you don’t know what IP address it will have been assigned" - read that for details. In order to "connect that to Leaflet" you'll find out what you need to do by reading the first tutorial which describes how to create a tile layer ("L.tileLayer"). You won't want to use a Mapbox URL and Mapbox API key there though; you'll want to use a URL that identifies tiles wherever you have created them.

(13 Aug '17, 16:51) SomeoneElse ♦
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