My YunoHost server
Hardware: Old laptop (Acer Aspire 5741-5193) 64-bit
YunoHost version: Just installed 4.1.8 (from the ISO downloaded from Yunohost.org)
I have access to my server : NO
Are you in a special context or did you perform some particular tweaking on your YunoHost instance ? : Yes
If yes, please explain: The laptop has a broken screen, so I must use an external monitor. Ethernet cable is plugged in directly.
Description of my issue
I just installed Yunohost 4.1.8 on an old 64-bit laptop in the hopes of upgrading my current 32-bit Yunohost server.
During the installation, my ethernet connection was not detected. I thought this strange, but since the wireless connection WAS detected, I proceeded with the installation. (NOTE: The wired/ethernet connection worked fine when the machine was running Windows, and I can access the ethernet connection by booting Linux Mint or TAILS from USB, so I don’t think it’s the hardware that’s at fault).
As I said in a separate post, I am presented with a tty1 login screen when the machine boots, but I cannot get past this because no users/passwords are configured yet. And since Yunohost doesn’t see my LAN, I can’t access the web admin interface (yunohost.local, or the local IP). I just want to restore the backup from my old server!
Any help would be appreciated.