The created files are probably best left untouched if you can avoid it. You can certainly look at them with a text editor but the reason we have the installer scripts is to keep you from having to deal with them by hand in most cases.
Rather than document something which is going to quickly become unnecessary, I am giving you a link to a "beta" version of the 1.3-07 installer. It's been tested pretty extensively, but we may make a few minor changes between now and official release.
On your Pi:
Follow the instructions on this page, choosing the most recent "armhf" version:
Next, edit the file /usr/bin/remot3it_register. You'll need to use sudo, as in:
sudo vi /usr/bin/remot3it_register
Scan towards the bottom to find the lines beginning with "makeConnection", e.g.
# makeConnection rmt3 65535 "$SERVICEBASENAME-rmt3"
# makeConnection ssh 22 "$SERVICEBASENAME-ssh-22"
makeConnection webp 80 "$SERVICEBASENAME-webp-80"
# makeConnection tcp 3389 "$SERVICEBASENAME-tcp-3389"
You can use the following strings for protocol selection:
webp is the so-called "port proxy" connection for web servers, which is needed occasionally when certain web content won't render properly. I suggest you use web instead of webp unless you have an issue with web.
rmt3 is the Device Name service for use with our new remot3.it service. You can find a number of posts here in the Forum about remot3.it. Check them out!
$SERVICEBASENAME is an expression that currently evaluates to the eth0 Mac address on your Pi, in order to try to make sure that assigned service names are unique.
Remove the # from the beginning of lines corresponding to services you wish to install, (changing protocol and/or port if you wish), save the file, then run:
It will ask you for your account credentials, then it will create configuration and startup files without any further interaction. Once it's done, start all your services using
Let me know how it goes.