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Thanks, Steve. I’m likely to reimage the SD card. I had the unit powered up for a few weeks anticipating connecting to it and change the SSH port. It’s entirely possible “someone” beat me to it, ha. It’s been unplugged for about a month and I just got back to powering it up to work with it.
Good luck with the move.
Mike / W5JR
On Oct 8, 2019, at 6:33 PM, Steve N4IRS <szingman@...
You are correct on what SHOULD be the login and password. I built that image over a year ago so I'm a bit fuzzy. My BBB is packed up for a move so I can't test it here. I know Mike also has a BBB so if he can find it maybe he can test. As soon as I have a desk
again (next week) I'll give it a try.
Sorry I can't be of more help right now.
Sent by smoke signal (AT&T)
Nope, the ASL_1.01-20180228-armhf-bbb-strech-image.img. The accompanying readme file says user:repeater, pw:allstarlink, consistent with other ASL rpi versions.
I do have a couple of the early hamvoip bbb units operating (pre rpi) and wish to migrate them over to ASL. Yes, they are “root”.
I realize that little, if any, development is taking place on the ASL version. And absolutely *zero* development has taken place on the hv version in years.
Mike / W5JR
On Oct 8, 2019, at 5:09 PM, Steve KC1AWV <smiller@...
A quick Google search for Beaglebone Black AllStarLink provided a document with this information:
The login username is
root and the PW is
I also assume this is the hamvoip distribution? If so, you may get better help from the hamvoip folks.
I’ve finally gotten around to making an SD card for the BBB ASL image. I’m trying to log into the unit for the first time with this SD card. I’m connected to it via ssh port 22 just fine and it appears to accept the “repeater” user name. Entering the password
specified in the readme file of “allstarlink” isn’t working. I’ve tried some capitalization perturbations, but no joy. Is there a different pw? Reimage the SD card? Looking for ideas.