Can't login into rapsberry pi
I have a Raspberry Pi for an 7" touchscreen. It runs the duet image and I tried upgrading it but if failed because of to less storage (the image is running on an 8 GB card).
But everything was working fine.
As of today I can't login to the pi (the desktop is not running) and I can connect via VNC but can't login
I can connect via SSH and the df command showed:
why is the root folder 100% full? what can I do to fix that?
the default password for a Pi is raspberry and IIRC it is the same if using the Duet builds.
I know that Pi's now need you to create the username and password and want to enable ssh, when writing the image to the SD Card with the later releases, I learnt the hard way!
I changed the default password and can login with the new password via SSH. The past weeks I was able to login with the new password aswell. I tried rapsberry but I get an error promt
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all my Pi's are headless. As you have added a screen, I suspect there is a setting that needs changing.
@paulhew As I said it was already working. I guess the update try did something to the image. I don't have the in-depth knowledge to know how and which files to delete to free up space
The lack of free space is preventing you from logging in.
See this link for some tips on how to free up space using the command line https://raspberrytips.com/raspbian-free-disk-space/
Honestly 8gb is not a sane size for a Pi SD card anymore. 32GB minimum.