Try setting up the device with:
It should let you set the device name, password and wifi. Do this through the USB connection.
Also, make sure that you upgrade to the latest version with this:
Check that you have the latest version with this:
And check the latest available version with this:
Appreciate the response.
The Wifi was configured using "configure_edison".
Also, in my system, the configure_edison --setup command does not work, see the response below. Also, --version and --latest-version options also does not work in my system. The version info is retrieve using uname -r and is posted in previous post.
root@myedison:~# configure_edison --upgrade
Incorrect input. Redirecting to --help
Interactive configuration options:
(none) Goes through changing the device name, password, and wifi options.
--name or -n Changes the device name
--password or -p Changes the device password
--wifi or -w Changes the wifi options
Non-interactive configuration options
--changePassword Changes the device password to the following argument
--changeName Changes the device name to the following argument
--help or -h Displays these help options
--server Starts the server (testing only)
Thank you for all the guidance provided.
I was making a mistake when upgrading the flash to the latest image of Edison.
I was copying the correct files into the "Edison" drive, but was issuing the command "reboot" instead of "reboot ota".
Once I gave the correct command the system rebooted, the issues mentioned in this thread have gone away except disablement of wlan0 power management during reboot.
I did copy the file as suggested in the Edison wifi user guide "create a file with the name wifi-power-management-off.service and save it in the /lib/systemd/system folder" with the script as suggested. I will debug this further.
All of the symptoms you are seeing are indicative of a failed firmware upgrade, ie you are still running the original firmware.
The telltale piece is the missing --setup flag in the configure_edison command. An easier way to detect a successful reflash is to rename your board, before attempting. The sign of a successful reflash is that your board name will be reset back to "Edison".
My recommendation is to run the board off a separate power supply, and to use both USB cables to setup the firmware reflash, and then remove the USB cable that exports the Edison share drive, ie keep the serial port. The issue with a failed reflash are many, but on-access virus scan, USB power negotiation and other things can affect this.
What is your question specifically? This seems to be more an email interaction than a forum question. From what I understood from this you have questions related only to power management right?
Take a look at these links, you might find them helpful
The Wifi connections are slow. If you connect to a PC via AP mode and ping your module I get about 20ms or so. When I connect the module to my network and then ping the module from a desktop PC that's connected to the network via Ethernet the ping is well over 150ms. If I ping from that same desktop to my laptop which is connected via Wifi my ping is around 10ms. There is for some reason added network delay when you are in infrastructure mode. My module is also running the latest firmware, 120.
I've posted this question on this forum for some time and haven't gotten any response.