Setting up wifi on the Organelle


after some wrong adapters…
i found a Wi-Pi for around 9 euros & and its connecting like charm;) yay!
without any problems + no hacking needed;)

dont know why its soo xpensive on amazon…

but yes its connected…
what´s next what are the options?


Oh God. I finally got the official Raspberry Pi, and still got problems connecting!! Double checked network name and pwd (no spaces, everything seems ok). What else can I do wrong??


That’s bad luck (although nothing to do with luck)

With latest 3.1 OS, Organelle can now the be an Access Point, might be a solution? Something you can try?


Can you go back in this thread and read/check how is your network setup.


The network is my 2.4Gb, so that shouldn’t be the problem.
Tested the Access Point and I could connect to the O. network from my iPad, so I guess the adapter should work fine. Maybe some setting in my network, that I’m afraid I’ll never find the time to analyze and fix…
Now my next step is just to make sure to use a patch with midi control to make sure it works at least with the AP. Thanks


I did read (again) previous posts in this thread, including the one you just reposted here: security is WPA2 (though I don’t know how to check “tkip+aes”).


I’m afraid I’m running out of ideas, more so networks… scare me.
Try changing the password ? Again it’s case sensitive… change network name?
At least you have AP working…


we are a bit in the dark here… as we don’t know how your router is configured.

perhaps you can tell us your router model,
and show us the settings on your router
also perhaps grab the wifi_log.txt file, and show us that…

at least because the access point works, you now know you have a compatible stick, i think the rest, is probably down to how the security is setup on your router - or incorrect setup of the wifi.txt file.


Ahhh, was missing that log file, thanks @thetechnobear


forked to background, child pid 3368



doh… that must log file has been broken … need to fix for next release.
no info there…

you could possibly run my diagnostic log, that might give some info.

as i said though, probably just a matter of reviewing your wifi.txt file, and settings on your router.