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In Reply to: RE: What does the scan say in WiFi on PCP Control Panel ?................. posted by Cut-Throat on April 14, 2017 at 14:21:51
Pasword is correct, it is displayed by picore player during reboot.
wifi db is up to date
wifi is on
no wifi devices found
In the picore wifi tab:
ralink and broadcom were loaded on exit from picore wifi setup
wifi line in picore says
"Wifi IP: is missing - reboot or connect required".
So you are using Beta5 Audio or Beta6 Audio correct?
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3.2 beta 5 but 3.10 didn't work either
Take it out of the case and see if that works... At least you'll know.
If that desn't work install the audio version for 3.11 ... I know that version works.
If that doesn't work, there may be something wrong with your Pi ---- You do have the 3b version of the Pi, right ?
It appears it's not connecting with the network. This is with a fresh burh of 3.10 audio
Here's the wifi page of pcp. It seems to find my network but says the ip address is missing. Try Reconnecting never changes this
Now, here's the log file after reconnecting. No lease
AS the unit reboots, there's an error message that says "Error for wireless request Set ESSID (8B1A) too few arguments"
The lid is not on my metal case but I'll try removing the unit from the bottom half of the metal case.
Install Nooks and see if RPI works
Do you only Have 1 Rpi ? ...... Do you have a friend that may have one, that you could use on your network..... Or buy another one?
Lots of ways to troubleshoot, but it appears that your WiFi is not working on your Pi....
May be so, I removed the Digi+Pro card and set picore for usb audio output still no wifi.
I also did the hack to turn Bluetooth off.
Currently downloading NOOBS/raspbian to see if it's a problem with PCP. SD card preesently reformatting.
Very frustrating but I'll perservere.
I installed Raspbian and sit here typing on the Raspbian web browser connected to my wireless network! DIGI+Pro card is still connected too.
Not sure what next but I'm going back to PCP and enjoy some tunes over Ethernet :-)
Now that you know everything is working hardware wise, you can just etch a new PcP onto your card and go from there.
Not sure what the setting was that was causing your problem, but if you take it slow, one step at a time, I'm sure you'll get it working.
I have 3 working wireless, all running 3.11 Audio Version.....
Edit: ---- But they all have the Digi+ Board not the Digi+ Pro ...... So, maybe the Pro Version has a problem with Wireless with PiCorePlayer ??
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