got back my Zynthian 2.1 (long and painful story why I couldn’t have it) and decided to reanimate it before I will start new sonic explorations. Here’s a short description of what I got back:
worked once plugged in
the Z2.1 is working, I am just missing the stylus (can be replaced with another).
SSH works and I can log in as root
# uname -a
Linux zynthian 4.14.29-v7+ #1101 SMP Thu Mar 22 17:27:30 GMT 2018 armv7l GNU/Linux
Webconf is running on port 80 but the password “raspberry” isn’t accepted. Most likely the person that had it in possession changed it. (any hint how to solve this guys?)
MOD-UI on port 8888 works
soundwize it works, no problems so far
tried the update from display UI and not sure if it worked, but apparently not.
updating plugins from MOD-UI or installing new ones does not work due to authentication failure
updating from ssh/console
./update_zynthian.sh I failed on
fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/zynthian/zynthian-sys.git/': server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none Updating System configuration ..., therefore I simply run
export GIT_SSL_NO_VERIFY=1 (I know, not the most secure way nor best practice but works).
while waiting for the update process to complete, is there anything I should do?
EDIT: the first reboot finished to a white screen on a display, so I’ve run the update_zynthian.sh once again. let’s see how this will turn out. some compilation is now in progress (triceratops)