After waiting a couple of weeks for my RPi 2 case to turn up, installed PiAware on the microsd card.
Registered my Rpi, confirmed the server status was running.
Changed the default password, expanded the OS to fill the card (64gb), enabled auto / manual updates etc as from here…
Got to the bit about writting the script to check and reconnect wifi (that same page), started the script manually, and got the following output looping:
Network connection down! Attempting reconnection.
wpa_supplicant: wpa_action is managing ifup/ifdown state of wlan0
wpa_supplicant: execute ‘ifdown --force wlan0’ to stop wpa_action
run-parts: /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
run-parts:/etc/network/if-up.d/wpasupplicant exited with return code 1
This sat their and looped at me - the “multicoloured square” top right showed up occasionally (presumably at each loop).
Had to CTRL ALT DEL to get out of the loop.
Now it’s rebooted, it gets as far as showing me the MAC for Eth0 and WLan0, shows me two IP’s (presumably 1xEth0, 1xWlan0) , then just sits there…
GAH! Had nearly blinking finnished as well! >;(
Any thoughts gents?
(I believe it’s sat here trying to load the reconnect script, preseumably getting stuck in the same loop (though no output to screen) Not getting to the command prompt here, I’ll no doubt have to reformat and go back to scratch…?)