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How to remove latest update. I want 2.5 instead of 2.6 for tinypilot voyager

By Tayyab Baloch @Tayyab146
    2023-07-22 07:34:48.118Zassigned to
    • @david

    I've recently updated tiny pilot and soon after that its getting alot of connectivity issues, how can I revert recent updates

    • 5 replies
    1. David @david2023-07-24 11:37:46.073Z

      Hi @Tayyab146, I'm sorry you're running into connectivity issues after updating.

      It's odd that you're experiencing these issues after an update. Can you provide some more details about what specifically isn't working? i.e., are these connectivity issues related to the display (No Signal), network, USB, etc.? I'd like to get this working for you.

      If possible, could you share a log from your device too? On your TinyPilot's web interface, navigate to System > Logs and click Get Shareable URL. Then share the URL in your reply.

      1. TTayyab Baloch @Tayyab146
          2023-07-25 12:13:12.240Z

 - It says site can't be reached, and blank white screen or kept loading for long. Too many disconnects in a minute.

          1. David @david2023-07-25 14:56:10.921Z

            Thanks for sharing those logs and those details!

            Could you try accessing your TinyPilot's web interface using https://tinypilot instead of your TinyPilot's IP address?

            Are you using Chrome or a different browser? Do you experience the same issue on other browsers?

            1. TTayyab Baloch @Tayyab146
                2023-07-26 07:25:29.582Z

                I've two tiny pilot devices for different computers. The other one is working fine with zero issues. I can try any other browser.

                1. David @david2023-07-26 11:45:42.609Z

                  If you're using two TinyPilot devices on the same network, I wonder if there might be a collision due to their hostnames.

                  Do both devices have the same hostname (i.e., the default "TinyPilot")? Could you try changing the hostname on one device (perhaps to "TinyPilot2"), and access each device using their hostname (https://tinypilot, https://tinypilot2)?

                  On the TinyPilot web interface, navigate to System > Hostname and then enter the new Hostname before clicking "Change and Restart".