When I bought the basic GoPiGo3 kit ($99), bought my own Raspberry Pi, created my own DexterOs SD image, everything worked fine, however. . .
When I bought the complete GoPiGo3 kit ($199), used Dexter’s Raspberry Pi and SD card preloaded with the DexterOs, it prompts me for a login and password.The usual “pi” and “raspberry” does not work. I tried with Raspbian for Robots and Cinch and it doesn’t ask for a password and I get to the desktop fine. When I create my own DexterOs SD card, it also prompts me for login and again it doesn’t accept “raspberry” for the password.
DexterOS is a different product compared to
Raspbian For Robots.
The first time you had created a
"DexterOS" image wasn’t actually a
DexterOS image, but a
Raspbian For Robots image.
Raspbian For Robots you:
Have a flavored
Jessie OS that’s intended for our products.
Have full access over your
Have your own scripts that do whatever you want.
Have the exact same experience as with a
Have our proprietary
OS for interfacing with our products.
It’s web-based: it means it can only be controlled with your browser through a web page.
It’s really great for kids and people who just start coding.
DexterOS, you won’t be able to log in with
SSH because this isn’t the way it was intended to be used.
DexterOS, you are supposed to connect with a laptop to your
WiFi and the go to
bloxter.com and toy with our interface.
For more information on
DexterOS, please check the following page: https://www.dexterindustries.com/dexteros/
But if you want to be able to log in with the
pi/robots1234 combination into your
RaspberryPi, then you need to go with the
Raspbian For Robots route.
Here’s a link: https://www.dexterindustries.com/raspberry-pi-robot-software/
OK - thanks for the quick response!
I’m glad this made things clear for you.