New-ish NAOMI netboot web interface

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    • Morzana wrote:

      How to change SSID ?
      My idea is to have one raspberry per machine

      IP Adress assignement is not clear
      In interface, is it to declare Netdimm ip address ?
      So, how can i set manually ip adress for raspberry
      I would also like to know how to change the SSID or even the password.
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    • Sp33dFr34k wrote:

      Just check out the code, probably not that hard to find :)
      I did actually. I managed to locate the stuff for the IP address but did not see anything having to do with the wireless settings.
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      Namco System 11 (Tekken, Tekken 2 Ver.B, Soul Edge Ver.II )
      Namco System 12 (Ehrgeiz, Tekken 3, Soul Calibur)
      Tekken Tag Tournament (dedicated, In a HS-5 Cab)
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    • hostname wont be in the python code, you need to do that at the OS level: thepihut.com/blogs/raspberry-p…raspberry-pi-the-hostname

      same with wireless settings: raspberrypi.org/documentation/…/wireless/wireless-cli.md
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    • twistedsymphony wrote:

      hostname wont be in the python code, you need to do that at the OS level: thepihut.com/blogs/raspberry-p…raspberry-pi-the-hostname

      same with wireless settings: raspberrypi.org/documentation/…/wireless/wireless-cli.md
      Soooo .. there's no conf file that can be edited? You have to SSH into the pi and change everything by command line?
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      Namco System 246 (B) (Soul Calibur 2, some Gundam Games)
      Namco System 256 (Tekken 5 DR, more Gundam games)
      Taito Type X2 (Multidrive)
      Sega Naomi (NetBoot)
      Namco System 11 (Tekken, Tekken 2 Ver.B, Soul Edge Ver.II )
      Namco System 12 (Ehrgeiz, Tekken 3, Soul Calibur)
      Tekken Tag Tournament (dedicated, In a HS-5 Cab)
      Tekken 4 (dedicated, In a Namco Cab)
      Neo Geo 1 slot (161 in 1 multicart)
      Burgertime (original Dedicated)
      Capcom Big Blue cab
    • you don't have to SSH, you can plug a monitor and keyboard into it and modify it directly.

      those instructions I posted just have you modifying config files though, so maybe that could be done directly on the card? I suppose it depends on the formatting.
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    • twistedsymphony wrote:

      you don't have to SSH, you can plug a monitor and keyboard into it and modify it directly.

      those instructions I posted just have you modifying config files though, so maybe that could be done directly on the card? I suppose it depends on the formatting.
      yeah I can load up a Linux VBox on one of my machines and edit the file directly on the card. However .. not entirely sure which or where the config file is. I found multiple files for IP addresses and stuff like that but didn't see anything about the SSID.

      I guess I could always hook a monitor and keyboard up to a pi and modify each card.
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      Namco System 246 (B) (Soul Calibur 2, some Gundam Games)
      Namco System 256 (Tekken 5 DR, more Gundam games)
      Taito Type X2 (Multidrive)
      Sega Naomi (NetBoot)
      Namco System 11 (Tekken, Tekken 2 Ver.B, Soul Edge Ver.II )
      Namco System 12 (Ehrgeiz, Tekken 3, Soul Calibur)
      Tekken Tag Tournament (dedicated, In a HS-5 Cab)
      Tekken 4 (dedicated, In a Namco Cab)
      Neo Geo 1 slot (161 in 1 multicart)
      Burgertime (original Dedicated)
      Capcom Big Blue cab
    • Found it by using my Linux Virtual Box.

      The file that needs to be edited is /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf

      However it's not wanting to let me edit it. Might not have a choice but to command line edit it.

      **EDIT**

      Ok that that creates a whole new line of questions .. does anyone know the minibian log-in and password it's asking for? I tried the NAOMI/segarocks and the generic pi one pi/raspberry, no good.
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      Namco System 246 (B) (Soul Calibur 2, some Gundam Games)
      Namco System 256 (Tekken 5 DR, more Gundam games)
      Taito Type X2 (Multidrive)
      Sega Naomi (NetBoot)
      Namco System 11 (Tekken, Tekken 2 Ver.B, Soul Edge Ver.II )
      Namco System 12 (Ehrgeiz, Tekken 3, Soul Calibur)
      Tekken Tag Tournament (dedicated, In a HS-5 Cab)
      Tekken 4 (dedicated, In a Namco Cab)
      Neo Geo 1 slot (161 in 1 multicart)
      Burgertime (original Dedicated)
      Capcom Big Blue cab

      The post was edited 1 time, last by Dreygor ().

    • twistedsymphony wrote:

      I think its Username root and password raspberry.
      OK cool. I will check that out when I get home.
      ▂▃▅▇█ My Stuff █▇▅▃▂
      Namco System 246 (B) (Soul Calibur 2, some Gundam Games)
      Namco System 256 (Tekken 5 DR, more Gundam games)
      Taito Type X2 (Multidrive)
      Sega Naomi (NetBoot)
      Namco System 11 (Tekken, Tekken 2 Ver.B, Soul Edge Ver.II )
      Namco System 12 (Ehrgeiz, Tekken 3, Soul Calibur)
      Tekken Tag Tournament (dedicated, In a HS-5 Cab)
      Tekken 4 (dedicated, In a Namco Cab)
      Neo Geo 1 slot (161 in 1 multicart)
      Burgertime (original Dedicated)
      Capcom Big Blue cab
    • OK that works.

      1. Plug a keyboard and a monitor in and power up the pi
      2. type root hit enter
      3. It should ask for a password type raspberry and hit enter
      4. Type sudo -e /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf hit enter and it should bring up the contents of the file on the screen.
      5. Press i .. at the bottom of the screen it should say insert.
      6. Use the curser and move (using arrow keys) to the line that says SSID and edit that then move to the line that says passphrase and edit that.
      7. To save what you just changed hit the escape key twice then type :w! and hit enter.
      8. Hit the escape key twice and type :q! and hit enter
      9. At this point everything should be changed and saved. You can either type reboot and restart the machine or unplug it or whatever.
      ▂▃▅▇█ My Stuff █▇▅▃▂
      Namco System 246 (B) (Soul Calibur 2, some Gundam Games)
      Namco System 256 (Tekken 5 DR, more Gundam games)
      Taito Type X2 (Multidrive)
      Sega Naomi (NetBoot)
      Namco System 11 (Tekken, Tekken 2 Ver.B, Soul Edge Ver.II )
      Namco System 12 (Ehrgeiz, Tekken 3, Soul Calibur)
      Tekken Tag Tournament (dedicated, In a HS-5 Cab)
      Tekken 4 (dedicated, In a Namco Cab)
      Neo Geo 1 slot (161 in 1 multicart)
      Burgertime (original Dedicated)
      Capcom Big Blue cab

      The post was edited 3 times, last by Dreygor ().

    • Oh god. I'm so sorry I've been absent for this.
      I've been focusing on some personal matters the last few weeks.
      I'm about to ramp back up on this for some more development work.

      I think, that by default the image has SSH disabled, as I thought: "Hey, if somebody wanted to hijack this thing and run code on it without the operator knowing, that'd be really easy for them to do if they know default raspi logins, and what the SSID and PSK are."

      To clarify the answer to a previous question, the IP Address that the configuration page refers to is the IP Address of the NetDIMM. As of current, it will have to be on the 192.168.0.0/24 IPv4 network unless you do some reconfiguring.
      RasPI IP for communicating with the NetDIMM is 192.168.0.1, settable in /etc/network/interfaces, IIRC.
      SSID and PSK are configurable in /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf as Dreygor mentioned.


      Reading this has made it abundantly clear that I'll have to figure out some way to make it easy for the end-user to change system settings, including the RasPI IP, SSID and PSK.
      This may have to wait until the next major release, as I have some code restructuring that I need to do so the whole thing doesn't become a huge mess when I start adding more features, system configuration panel and its backend included.

      First on my list however, is massaging all the data and assets from Dreygor into it.