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jakematix

I just bought my Arduino Yun. When powering it on, it shows on WLAN list as "Linino-90A2DAF05D59" (not as Arduino-xxxxxxx). I connected to it, but when trying to access Yun via the webrowser using the address 192.168.240.1 it does not shown the default Arduino login page, but the page "Linino.org Welcome to your Arduino Yun . Please enter password to access the web control panel" (see the attached screenshot). When trying to supply "arduino" as the default password, it is not accepted.

What might be the problem? All the instructions are saying that "arduino" would be the default password!
 


jakematix

I fixed the problem. I logged in with Arduino IDE serial port and changed the password to "arduino" using passwd command :)

Now I'm able to login via the browser also :)

jsuzineau

I experienced the same problem.
I found at http://wiki.linino.org/doku.php?id=wiki:basicconfiguration
that the default password for the web ui of linino is doghunter .
It worked for me.

ShapeShifter

Unfortunately, about a year ago, there was a rift between the Arduino founders, and they split into two distinct companies.

The original company, making boards labeled with the arduino.cc URL (this forum) have a default WiFi name that includes the word "Arduino" and has a default login password of "arduino"

The newer company, making boards labeled with the arduino.org URL have a default WiFi name that includes the word "Linino" and has a default login password of "doghunter"

Most of the documentation out there is for the arduino.cc boards, which have been around longer. As the arduino.org boards are hitting the market, there is a lot of confusion among the users: most are not aware that there are now two distinct companies selling almost (but not exactly) the same product, and both claiming to be the true Arduino. Sadly, in the end, it's the user community that suffers due to the confusion.

hazemone

I experienced the same problem.
I found at http://wiki.linino.org/doku.php?id=wiki:basicconfiguration
that the default password for the web ui of linino is doghunter .
It worked for me.
(jsuzineau) You are a life saver, the whole Engineering class thanks you as all the boards provided by the supervisor are linino boards, we tried to search the password for it until we have seen your comment, it is (doghunter) :) :)


PineCone

Has Arduino.cc stopped making these?  It seems Adafruit no longer carries them and instead recommends Seeduino.  I would rather buy a .cc one if possible.

escuincle

Hi, thanks for you post. I followed the instructions and I was able to get into the Lininino Web, but I did the upgrade recommended, OpenWrt-Yun image, and when it was done the YUN WIFI signal disappeared. I don't see it now on any of my devices, I wonder what I did wrong and how can I restore it.  Thanks again. 

endaemon

@escuincle I just tried to upgrade OpenWrt-Yun as well and found myself in the same situation - no WiFi.

I followed these instructions to reflash the boot software: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/YunUBootReflash. However, the instructions did not fully apply because the already installed boot software I was attempting to overwrite was not the same as in the instructions. Therefore, I needed to type "lin" to interrupt autoboot instead of just hitting enter where indicated, and the prompt was something other than "ar7240>".

I was then able to complete the OpenWrt upgrade: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/YunSysupgrade.

I think this is just another instance of the .cc vs .org confusion as mentioned by @ShapeShifter

ShapeShifter

I think this is just another instance of the .cc vs .org confusion as mentioned by @ShapeShifter
Precisely!


LHR42

Hey,

Just spent hours beating my head against the wall on this one and learned stuff that may be helpful if you found yourself here. I'm working on an Arduino Industrial 101, apparently similar to Yun.

I had some how messed up my user account and needed to use my default password which I thought was doghunter, but I found a tip in a forum somewhere that tipped me off- turns out your board comes up with a name including linino on your Wifi well trying to configure it, your password is doghunter, if it contains Arduino, the password is arduino.

My confusion was due to the upgrade I did immediately upon receipt which switched it between the too. Also- words of wisdom, name your board if you change your password so you know what state your board is in when you have trouble with it- AKA which password to use!

Hope this is helpful to you!

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