My first attempt to get my Pi working was by following this tutorial: https://github.com/marcone/teslausb/blo ... Windows.md
I used Etcher to install the latest Raspbian Stretch Lite build onto my 64GB microSD card, which went fine. I see the 'boot' drive when my SD card reader is plugged in, and I can edit the files on it. It's annoying that Windows keeps complaining about the "G:" drive being unformatted, but that's apparently normal?
Anyway, I got to Step 22 just fine, but I would then get the following error:
I installed Bonjour and tried again. No dice. I tried figuring out what the IP of the PI is, and ssh'ing directly. Still no dice. I'd get either a timeout error or a "connection refused" error.
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PS C:\Users\coredumperror> ssh [email protected] C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\OpenSSH\\ssh.exe: Could not resolve hostname raspberrypi.local: No such host is known.
So I tried another tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xj3MPmJhAPU
Got just as far, then failed to ssh into raspberrypi.local. Same error.
So I dug out an old HDMI cable, plugged my monitor and keyboard into my Pi, and logged in directly. I then followed the instructions in the second tutorial for what to do once you've SSH'd into the Pi. I edited the wpa_supplicant.conf file appropriately, and then ran "sudo wpa_cli reconfigure".
But that gave an output that was different from the tutorial. It said "Selected interface 'p2p-dev-wlan0'", instead of "Selected interface 'wlan0'". Which I'm guessing is why the wlan0 interface in ifconfig now looks totally different than the tutorial says it should.
Does anyone know what's going on? Is there anything else I can provide to help diagnose this issue?
I'm on the latest version of Windows 10 Enterprise, with all the latest windows updates, in case that makes any difference.