by andre_chang » 01 Feb 2019, 19:28
by janui » 01 Feb 2019, 19:51
Please follow the instructions in this post: raspberry-pie-3b-t6738.html#p27093MarmiteSandwich wrote:...I tried the above recommendations, but there were errors, including on the git pull, and no change after reboot. The temporarily unavailable screen has been showing for about half an hour now.
...Any suggestions welcome...
by janui » 01 Feb 2019, 20:20
If the git pull was successful, no. But a reboot is essential to finalise the update.andre_chang wrote:In addition: after performing the rune UI gitpull function, do you need to perform the following steps again?
redis-cli get patchlevel
by andre_chang » 02 Feb 2019, 07:27
by janui » 02 Feb 2019, 19:22
by andre_chang » 03 Feb 2019, 06:07
janui wrote:Hi andre_chang,
Thanks again for the great diagnostics. I have looked at the code and done some experimenting without an internet connection. I think I have found a bug. This causes problems only under very specific circumstances, most users would not notice it. Could you do another git pull (preferably via the /dev UI) and try again?
by janui » 03 Feb 2019, 11:46
First to test connecting to yor WiFi...andre_chang wrote:...I have another problem. The power of pi3b + WiFi and Bluetooth is very low and the connection quality is not good. I want to insert WiFi key from the USB port. But the screen will always prompt scanning for networks.... I can't find the nearby WiFi station...PS. I've closed AccessPoint!...
systemctl disable hciuart
pacman -Sy linux-firmware
by andre_chang » 03 Feb 2019, 17:39
by janui » 04 Feb 2019, 16:59
Did you succeed in connecting?janui wrote:First to test connecting to yor WiFi...
Remove the EDUP EP-MS1558 300M dongle. I assume that 'closed AccessPoint' means your WiFi has a hidden SysID. This means that your WiFi name will not be displayed in the list of 'Wi-Fi networks in range'. To connect:
1. disable the AP: Menu > Network > AP SETTINGS > Set AccessPoint OFF > SAVE AND APPLY
2. add your hidden WiFi Network: Menu > Network > WLAN0 > SHOW > ADD NEW PROFILE > fill in your details > SAVE PROFILE and Reboot
You should get a WiFi connection after rebooting.
by andre_chang » 04 Feb 2019, 20:08