• Question: ID and Password Request after Image Load

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    joquendo asked on May 16, 2019 15:47
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    So I downloaded the artifact.zip file from GitHub (job# 121890022) I extracted the files, and successfully flashed the img to my micro SD card. I fired up my Raspberry Pi Zero W, everything started loading up as expected, then it asked for an ID and password which I don't have. I didn't see anything about an ID and password being needed for start up, only for the wifi cam. However, I still tried that ID and password, as well as attempted to use the default ID and password for Raspberry Pi of pi and raspberry respectively, but still no access. What should I be using, or did I grab the wrong img file?



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    no, that's right - sorry, it's "publiclab" by default for the WiFi password on pi-builder -- is that what you're looking for?

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    So I downloaded the artifact.zip file from GitHub (job# 121890022) I extracted the files, and successfully flashed the img to my micro SD card. I fired up my Raspberry Pi Zero W, everything started loading up as expected, then it asked for an ID and password which I don't have. I didn't see anything about an ID and password being needed for start up, only for the wifi cam. However, I still tried that ID and password, as well as attempted to use the default ID and password for Raspberry Pi of pi and raspberry respectively, but still no access. What should I be using, or did I grab the wrong img file?


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    WP_20190516_12_20_50_Pro.jpg

    On the boot up I got as far as the image that is attached. Waiting about 10mins, and got nothing. Pressed enter and was asked for the pi login again.

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    I've rebooted a couple of times now, and keep having the same thing happen. I also tried switching to the main Raspian OS img. With that, I am able to get all the way to the OS, and get online. However on Spectral Workbench, the camera does not come up on the capture page. I can however take a pic using command lines.

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