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JLKwong
@JLKwong
I restarted the Pi, and now there's a GUI. :unamused: I used an ethernet cable, the treehouses Wi-Fi works. I'm just gonna finish Step 7 and worry about the details later. :persevere:
JLKwong
@JLKwong
Oof, my PC connected to an open network nearby. The 'treehouses' Wi-Fi still has no internet, despite having an ethernet directly connecting the Pi to the router.
Am I supposed to configure anything in the Pi's GUI? What else should I try? I'm about to lose my mind. xD
BryanGazali
@BryanGazali
So just to make sure, currently your problem right now is getting the treehouses wifi to work correctly, which is preventing you from being able to start up Nextcloud?
JLKwong
@JLKwong
I think this step might be gravely outdated. I was somehow able to pull from NextCloud using commands from ssh despite (1) All devices, mobile or PC, connecting to 'treehouses' and saying there's no internet, and (2) failing to connect to any website or ping any site by name or IP address even though the steps say to check for internet connectivity when you connect to the 'treehouses' Wi-Fi.
I just tried brute forcing the instructions and ignored any failed steps (like making sure the 'treehouses' Wi-Fi has internet connectivity, which it does not, but the Pi itself seems to have connectivity due to the Nextcloud pull working.)
I'm not sure how far I can make it, but I'm just gonna keep at this brute force approach until I fail. xD
JLKwong
@JLKwong
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It's late. I'm tired. I'll submit a GitHub issue with detailed steps for my workaround this weekend. :sleeping:
BryanGazali
@BryanGazali
congrats on finishing that step
JLKwong
@JLKwong
:sob: :+1:
RJ Padilla
@rjpadilla
@JLKwong So just to make sure you understand, the point of Step 7 is
1) Connect to your pi by remote aka making it headless aka you should not have a display, keyboard, mouse connected to your pi, input and output is done through your PC not your pi
2) Store your files in a Google Drive-like cloud called NextCloud
3) Keep your connection secured by using Tor
I think the problem your having is at step 1.When you have your autorunonce file setup with your network info and loaded in your pi, you should see your name in your router's admin page (access by typing in 192.168.1.1) in Attached Devices.
Click on your network settings and select Show Available Networks. You will see all the available networks and you should see an open network with the name treehouses. Click on that and then ssh@pi<insert the ip address of pi with your name that you found on the admin page> with password 'raspberry' and you have now remote connected to your pi.
RJ Padilla
@rjpadilla
@JLKwong
If you don't see your name in your router's admin page, you may have misconfigured your 'autorunonce'. file.
If you don't see the treehouses network on the Available Networks, it means your firewall is blocking(unlikely), your PC has some device issue( try switching to another computer or phone and see if treehouses pops up) or your router is having issues(unlikely but connect your PC to the router and ssh to your pi).
JLKwong
@JLKwong
Thanks for the feedback. :D I'll try your troubleshooting steps before I submit an issue with my workaround and findings.
farzana184
@farzana184
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@/all @dogi , I would like to add myself as a virtual intern. Can we set up a meeting?
RJ Padilla
@rjpadilla
Hey @/all I made a pull request treehouses/treehouses.github.io#805 that fixes issue treehouses/treehouses.github.io#800
Let me know what you think of those changes.
JLKwong
@JLKwong
My new router I ordered got delayed. :pensive: I'll just submit the issue tomorrow night with what I've found so far.

Issues are not required to be approved before a Pull Request is submitted for the respective fix; however, we do suggest that you wait until someone from the System Team confirms/approves the change that your issue addresses BEFORE you begin work on the fix.

Where on GitHub does it show whether someone from the System Team confirms/approves the change? I'm trying to work on the following issue:
treehouses/treehouses.github.io#652

BryanGazali
@BryanGazali
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when the "ready" label is added, like here
BryanGazali
@BryanGazali
@JLKwong I approved your issue treehouses/treehouses.github.io#809
RJ Padilla
@rjpadilla

So I figured out why I couldn't SSH as root to my pi on treehouses/treehouses.github.io#809 :

  1. I didn't add my SSH key to my pi.
  2. Glossed over the known_host fix when switching images on my pi.
    knownhosts.jpg

Also kudos to the person who came up with adding ranger to treehouses.

BryanGazali
@BryanGazali
RJ Padilla
@rjpadilla
@BryanGazali Thanks!
Also do you think you can review my PR treehouses/treehouses.github.io#791 and tell me what you think?
JLKwong
@JLKwong
I'm trying to work on a branch copy to edit the page in treehouses/treehouses.github.io#809, but I honestly have no idea where the files for the the First Steps pages are? :sweat_smile: The closest I could find are the css and js folders in the following file path:
C:\Users\Ludory\JLKwong.github.io\mdwiki\extlib
But I can't find the HTML files. :pensive:
JLKwong
@JLKwong
I found one HTML file, but it doesn't seem to be it?
"C:\Users\Ludory\JLKwong.github.io\index.html"
BryanGazali
@BryanGazali
they're in the "pages" folder
JLKwong
@JLKwong
:relieved: :+1: Thank you so much.
BryanGazali
@BryanGazali
@rjpadilla please see my approval treehouses/treehouses.github.io#791
JLKwong
@JLKwong
Weird question, but I see 2 files for the same page. One is under the vi folder, and the other the blog folder. Should I edit both?
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BryanGazali
@BryanGazali
edit the one in vi, the one in blog is a separate thing entirely
JLKwong
@JLKwong
:+1:
JLKwong
@JLKwong
My first (real) pull request :sob: :trophy::
treehouses/treehouses.github.io#810
JLKwong
@JLKwong
When working on a PR, how much am I allowed to deviate from the original proposed solution? Or should I follow it strictly? I'm working on adding the section described in this issue:
treehouses/treehouses.github.io#652
I wanted to keep the proposed solution's text, but format it so that the steps are in an ordered list for readability.
RJ Padilla
@rjpadilla
@JLKwong I don't think there is a consensus on how far you are allowed to deviate unless outlined by the organization. Anytime I make any additional changes from what is asked, I try to be explicit of these new changes in the PR's description. My pull request treehouses/treehouses.github.io#805 is an example in which I deviated a bit from the issue but was upfront on the additional changes inside of the description.
farzana184
@farzana184
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@/all @dogi , I would like to add myself as a virtual intern. Can we set up a meeting?
JLKwong
@JLKwong
@rjpadilla Thank you for your advice. 🥺
JLKwong
@JLKwong
I made a pull request to add text for finding a Pi using the Advanced IP Scanner :relieved: :cherry_blossom: :
treehouses/treehouses.github.io#811
dogi
@dogi

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awesome ... congrats

@farzana184 you can proceed to step 9
also watch the private messages
JLKwong
@JLKwong
I noticed that even when syncing my fork, there's a commit from a previous push that keeps lingering in my future commits. How do I remove unnecessary commits?
git status doesn't notice anything. GitHub itself says my branch is 2 commits ahead.