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Is there a library that gives GUI to setup the wifi with Raspberry Pi ?.

This is what I want to do :). Once the Raspberry Pi is connected to a power source, I want it to automatically start GUI wizard to walk the user through setting up wifi (if they haven't already)

Something like WiFiManager for ESP8266

My ideal workflow would be,

  • User plugs the Raspberry Pi to power (for the first time)
  • User browse to an ip (E.g 192.168.0.4) from their phone / computer
  • Wifi wizard loads
  • Follow the wifi wizard and it sets up the wifi in Raspberry Pi

I did search , but couldn't find anything related, with GUI.

thanks in advance :)

  • What is wrong with the normal GUI button to setup WiFi? – Milliways May 11 '18 at 1:36
  • Hi @Milliways, thanks, I want someone who has just a basic knowledge to get it working. (as all these smart home products in market) , WiFiManager manager does exactly what I want (havent tested it yet), walking through user with few simple step. But I cannot find any equivalent for Pi – sameera207 May 11 '18 at 3:25
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According to the raspberry forum, the equivalent of wifimanager for RPi is the comitup, it's still in development, but works like a wifimanager.

  • thanks @Jhoney, that seems to be the one what I was looking for, I'll have a look :) – sameera207 Sep 11 '18 at 6:37

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