When I boot I get: pastebin.com/jd57jafr
And I get "network unreachable when I ping my router's IP
Alternatively, I also tried the method similar to what I used in my previous version
wpa_passphrase <WIFINAME> <WIFIPASSWORD> > /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant-wlan0.conf
and then used systemctl enable wpa_supplicant@wlan0
When I boot then I get pastebin.com/ZNqmi4QD
In which I do not get the "wpa_supplicant failed" but I do get CRDA issues
Unfortunately I don't trust Google-fu here since I know that there have been recent changes and most info seems to be for older gumstix
I am not a Linux developer, as I said I inherited this project so If some one could help me out it would be appreciated.
I tried making a /etc/network/interfaces file identical to old version to no change
The differences between the 2 modes of getting wpa_supplicant-wlan0.conf configured is that the first is
the second is
psk=(A very long alphanumeric code)
I changed to key_mgmt=WPA-PSK now the result of the 2 modes is identical with the CRDA message
running systemctl status wpa_supplicant@wlan0 results in pastebin.com/fQCvSaDa
still unable to ping router
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It looks like your steps (the initial ones, following the most recent instructions online) look good. You can also try an image off of the dev branch (for example https://catalina.gumstix.com/binaries/5026/). However, I don't expect that to make a big difference.
Could you please post your product number ... i.e GS3703Y-####?