Just to confirm, are you using a Serial connection to the module through the carrier board, right?
The usage of our CI-Feeds is “always” risky due to changes that are constantly added.
Latest TorizonCore image from CI-Feed
with or without containers: no login
You said that “installed the latest TorizonCore 5.1. Now I’m asked to define a new password” and then Latest TorizonCore image from CI-Feed with or without containers: no login possible.
Did you mean for the SSH access? Please clarify. Because you could not change the password if you had not login (even if by Serial) to Torizon Linux shell.
And in the end, you finished with “Only the latest TorizonCore Image without containers works, because it doesn’t ask for a new pw.”, when you said in the beginning that the latest TorizonCore 5.1.0 asked for a new password.
Sorry, but I’m a little bit confused about your description.
Please, could you update it? Describe which version, precisely, of TorizonCore, and what happened on it.
I’ve forwarded this question to the Torizon development team. Let’s wait for their feedback.
Only the latest TorizonCore Image
without containers works, because it
doesn’t ask for a new pw. But I cannot
change the password with the same
The support for Easy Installer regarding the displays is still ongoing, so I’m sorry to say that but, this, unfortunately, will take time to be solved.
As you are using Viola, I suggest you use VNC to access the Easy Installer.
now I installed EasyInstaller
2.0b7-nightly 2020-12-04, touch overlay inverted.
One last thing:
When you manage to login in the TorizonCore 5.1.0 (with or without containers), please try to change the password without using sudo command.
If you use sudo passwd, you’ll try to change root password, which is not the case.
You have to change only torizon password.