[03:51:55] <irc> <db-jalebi> Hello YunoHosters, I am currently trying to install yunohost 3.6 on my Gigabyte Brix mini PC, but I am unable go past the UEFI shell. I have disabled secure boot in the BIOS settings. I am sure the information I have given is incomplete. Any suggestions or pointers to the problem is appreciated.
<irc> <jeroen[m]> <db-jalebi "Hello YunoHosters, I am currentl"> can you have it boot in "native" mode in stead of uefi? This sometimes gives issues with Linux, especially as the 3.6 is an older Debian distribution
<irc> <ynhuser|79385> I'm failing to
<irc> <ynhuser|79385> install kimai2 on raspberry 4 yunohost server
<irc> <ynhuser|90151> I'm failing to install kimai2 on raspberry 4 yunohost
<irc> <ynhuser|90151> I have copied the logs but can't figure out, whats wrong.
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> I am unable to connect to my server (raspberry pi 3).
All cables are connected, internet is working.
Earlier today, there was some sudden power cuts! could that be the reason?
<irc> <Bram> you probably wants to plug in a screen to see how your rpi is booting, there might be a problem
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> I did, after booting, it was asking me to enter my login ID and password.
PS. this is my first time with raspberry pi and self hosting
<irc> <Amgine[m]> Did you try 'root' with password 'yunohost' ?
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> No, let me try
<irc> <Bram> how are you trying to connect to it?
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> SSH and also by typing the local IP of the pi in the browser
<irc> <Bram> and which error do you get? the pi ip might have changed on reboot
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> Isn't the IP supposed to be static?
I installed an app from Fdroid called 'Raspfinder', it shows no result!
<irc> <Bram> except if you have configured a static ip or your installation of rpi has a static ip configured you are using DHCP which make the ip dynamic
<irc> <Bram> if you are on linux you can try to use nmap to find your rpi
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> Yes, I am on Linux. I will try
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> Thank you so much for your help!
<irc> <Bram> if you want to save some time
<irc> <Bram> the way I use nmap is
<irc> <Bram> nmap -sP 192.168.1.0/24
<irc> <Bram> this will ping all ips in the this sub range
<irc> <Bram> of course you might need to adapt the ip range with your local ip
<irc> <Bram> you'll get all ips that answered with a ping after that
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> Just to confirm, https://nmap.org/download
I have to download nmap from here right? Or is it available in the repository? I'm using Manjaro.
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> > <@yunohost:matrix.org> [irc] Bram: nmap -sP 192.168.1.0/24
Thanks a lot !
<irc> <Bram> ponytails: if you are using linux you can find it with your package manager
<irc> <Bram> like "apt-get install nmap" if you are on debian/ubuntu/mint
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> Do you know what command to use on Manjaro/Arch based distros?
<irc> <Bram> let me check
<irc> <Bram> apparently you need to use pacman for that https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Pacman_Overview
<irc> <Bram> https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=Pacman_Overview#Installing_Packages
<irc> <Bram> sudo pacman -Syu nmap
<irc> <Bram> it's recommended that you update your system first apparently
<irc> <ponytails:matrix.org> Okay, so I have to type sudo pacman -Syu nmap in the terminal to install