June 21, 2016 at 11:19 pm #43113
I have been able to SSH into my Pi with a fresh Raspian build, and wish to grab and install the most recent Unified firmware for my OSPi. However, typing in the following command gets me a fatal error – has the URL changes or is there a better command to use?
Cloning into ‘OpensprinklerGen2’…
fatal: unable to access ‘https://github.com/OpenSprinkler/OpensprinklerGen2.git/’: Could not resolve host: github.comJune 21, 2016 at 11:20 pm #43114
Is DNS properly configured for your Pi?June 22, 2016 at 12:46 am #43115
During its setup, I have it hard-wired to a WiFI extender and have installed XRDP so can see the Pi’s screen using Remote Desktop on a mac.
Thinking about what you said, I launched the browser on the Pi, and got an error resolving “www.google’com” so you might be right!
Do I correct this error inside the Pi, or inside my router?June 22, 2016 at 8:23 pm #43131
Loads of little issues, but nearly resolved …
I forgot to mention that I am using Raspian “Jessie” but following the oh-so-clear instructions here (updated 8th February 2016) , I found my problems and fixed them…
Samer, I remote-desktopped into my Pi and it could not see the internet through the inbuilt browser, so your post got me started. Next I had to work out what to do, and apparently, networking changed in Raspian “Jessie”. I had to check/update three files:
At home, my router has two WiFi networks – a “normal” one and a “5G” one so in the “wpa_supplicant.conf” file, I added their network details – SSID & Network keys.
In the “dhcpcd.conf” file, I created two new entries – a static IP address for the “eth0” and another for the “wlan0” interfaces.
After a “sudo reboot” I remote desktopped again and the Pi browser could see the ‘net so I felt I was getting closer.
Now the “git clone …” command worked, but I still had to remember to change into the new directory with “cd OpensprinklerGen2″ before the “./build.sh ospi” command would work.
So many little things!
The build was successful – now I am running:
App Version: 1.4.10
Hardware Version: OSPi-AC
ps: I am happy to post the settings here if anyone else would like to see what I didJune 22, 2016 at 11:18 pm #43133
Glad you got it figured out!
The troubling steps are all due to Linux configuration and are part of the Raspberry Pi experience.
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