I recently got the B+ model and I'm trying to switch over my Octopi to it from my B model. Finally got the Pi up and running after dealing with the rainbow screen issue and now I find the wireless doesn't seem to work. The post screen says I should be able to access with http://octopi.local but doesn't include an IP. SSH doesn't connect with octopi.local as it did before either. I'm not sure where I should go from here. I've set everything up as it was on the last setup. It appears that the wifi chip on this new Pi isn't functional. Is there any way to check this? Is there some other code I need to look at changing for network access?
As you're aware, you configure OctoPi to connect to WiFi using
octopi-network.txt. To troubleshoot why it might not be working, you can take a look at the log of the service which controls your WiFi:
sudo journalctl -u firstname.lastname@example.org
I suspect the largest changes are to
For others in the future, it might be possible that the DNS just isn't working, so be sure to try accessing by IP vs domain
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