you can click the link that it generates here in the forum to find out how to get it.
this should be octopi.local if you didn't change the hostname in Raspberry Pi imager's advanced configuration section during flashing. If you did change the hostname then it would be <whatever host name you used>.local.
The default hostname in Raspberry Pi Imager is actually "raspberrypi" but I changed it to "octopi" which is what I'm trying. I typed it wrong in my post. I get the above errors when I go to octopi.local
I tried following:
But alas it doesn't say where I need to be to even start getting this information. I don't know how to access "Octoprint settings". I can't even access my raspberry pi so idk how I'd even get this information.
In this topic the hostname has been reported to be octoprint.local, octopi.local, and raspberrypi.local.
The Raspberry Pi Imager allows for the setting of the hostname, the username, the password as well as enabling SSH, the WiFi credentials, and other settings.
You don't have to be very technical but you do have to be very accurate when you provide us with details. Without accurate information, we can't provide accurate help. Please provide the version number of the RPi imager, the values you specified in each of the settings fields (except the passwords). If you aren't sure, please re-image the microSD card again so we both know exactly what was done.
After booting the Raspberry Pi with this fresh image, attempt to connect with SSH. Please provide a screenshot of this attempt so we can see exactly what you did and the exact error message.