Raspberry Pi WiFi setup
Raspberry Pi WIFI setup
Get your headless Raspian into your WIFI without the Console
You can setup the wireless LAN of your headless Raspberry PI in just three steps.
Download the BerryLan flavoured Raspbian image and flash the SD Card. We recommend Etcher to do that.
Insert the SD Card and power on your Raspberry Pi. All you need is your Raspberry and a power supply.
Install the BerryLan iOS or Android App and follow the instructions. That's it, have fun!
Everything is like you are used to - we just add BerryLan.
The app displays you the IP Address at the end of the setup process.
The app tells you if there might be an issue with the WLAN.
BerryLan, being a nymea tool, follows the nymea license model (dual-licensed GPLv3 and nymea commercial). For more informations please visit https://www.nymea.io/documentation/overview/license
Add the nymea repository to your system:
echo "deb http://repository.nymea.io stretch main raspbian" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/nymea.list sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-key A1A19ED6
Configure apt to prefer packages from the raspbian section of the repository
Note: the Raspberry Pi Zero W requires packages from theraspbiansection, since they are not plainarmhf, but specially built for all Raspberry Pi versions. If you are on Raspberry Pi 2/3 you can skip this step.
Add following lines to the file:
Package: * Pin: release c=raspbian Pin-Priority: 700
Package: * Pin: origin repository.nymea.io c=main Pin-Priority: 500
Install the dependencies:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nymea-networkmanager dirmngr
sudo systemctl disable dhcpcd reboot
Thats it! Have fun with BerryLan!