Originally Posted by day_trippr
fwiw, I just got BrewPi installed and peacefully coexisting with RaspberryPints and my home-brewed keezer temperature logger on my 'Pi and growing fleet of accoutrements (an AlaMode, an Uno, a SainSmart 2-ch relay card, the PIR sensor, and a couple of homemade One-Wire bridge boards).
I did the BrewPi installation manually, as it was going to land on top of everything else already resident in the /var/www folder, and indeed I found that the sole conflict was that both BrewPi and RaspberryPints want to own index.php in the /var/www folder.
That's how I did it, but I used the automatic installers for both. Basically I wanted someone who types in the address on my LAN to only have the pints page for ease. On the installer for BrewPi I just changed me default setting when it asks where you want to install the web information to /var/www/BrewPi. Now when you plug in the the address you get rasp pints, then when you hit 192.168.1.8/brewpi/ you get the other.
If you already installed everything you might be able to make it work but the problem is the installer changes all the addresses in the code to point to where you want the web folder to be. If you change it now the pointers in everything might not work. I would recommend a wipe and reinstall depending on how savy you are just so everything works down the road.
Someone else may chime in with the exact place for the web address stuff but I haven't researched it enough since mine was working.