Can't even login for first time to console. Credentials are rejected.
Added octopi-password.txt to /boot.
login as user. "Wrong password"
Examining userconf.txt shows a user with the name pi - which I did not do. When I burned the image I created a user with a name not equal to pi. There is a nice long encrypted password following pi. So I have tried logging in as pi, and as user, with both raspberry and the password in octoprint-user.txt (I have the right file name, just don't remember it off the top of my head.)
No. This is impossible without completing initial start up.
No. Not applicable.
You can download this in OctoPrint's System Information dialog ... no bundle, no support!)
Sorry, Octoprint is not running yet. Can't get a bundle on an INOP system.
OctoPrint version, OctoPi version, printer, firmware, browser, operating system, ... as much data as possible
Burned latest new camera stack image today. Jan 24, 2024. Setting up Octopi in the past was so easy. Now it is an adventure in frustration. Some of this is caused by RPI. I have yet to find a complete "beginner's guide" to set up which includes nuances like port numbers, passwords and complete camera configs in one place. I realize this is a work in progress, but it gets real exasperating when stuff you read is obsolete and doesn't work.
Anyways, need some hand holding just to get through the initial setup. Can't even login to setup my admin account.
During the image burn, it asked me to create a user. Why then is there a pi? It also asked for a hostname, which I changed. On the login text console, it shows the hostname I entered. (octorpi4) So why is half the stuff done, and not the other half. More importantly, what is the workaround? I usually find my way out of these things, but this has me stumped. Help please. Since I haven't logged in the first time, nothing is properly set up. Octorpi4 is not on the network yet, it's currently a boat anchor until I can login.