Thank you for your fast reply. Sorry, I cant get a HDMI Monitor
in the moment. But I am so keen to see OpenPlotter the first time, I try to get it running in headless mode.
I just wrote the newest raspian image to the SD card. Same card an procedure as with the OpenPlotter image.
The RPI seems to boot. After booting the green LED ist flashing constantly, what I interprete as normal action.
For the access to WLAN I followed Sailoogs instructions:
In order to save money
and power, you can use the system without monitor. Connecting your desktop
, tablet or smartphone to OpenPlotter by remote desktop
, you will be able to access to the interface. To do this, we have to convert openplotter into a WiFi
hotspot to connect our devices.
Once we have created the SD card with OpenPlotter RPI, we have to insert it into any computer with any OS (Linux, MAC, Windows). The mounted device should be called boot
and there should be a file called config.txt
. Open this file in a text editor like notepad on windows, but not anything like MS Word which can save it as something which is not just plain text.
The top lines should look like this:
[OPENPLOTTER] #HEADLESS #uncomment to force screen
resolution (only VNC remote
desktop) #framebuffer_width=800 #framebuffer_height=600 #uncomment to set WiFi access point #device=wlan0 #ssid=OpenPlotter #pass=12345678 [RASPBIAN] ...