I have noticed that the Sisyphus table is accessible to SSH (port 22) over my wifi network. I have been able to connect to it using Putty and I am greeted with a typical login prompt. However I do not know the default password for this interface. I have tried all the common RaspberryPi default login credentials but none have worked. Has anyone else attempted to access their table this way or found the default login credentials?
Hi CuttlefishPi -
We ran into an issue in a business setting, where having a Raspberry Pi connected to the business WiFi was a problem for their security department - especially with the default password in place. I've emailed you the password (to the address you gave when joining the forum). Let us know if you have any problem connecting. For others wanting to login directly, just let us know and we will send the info privately.
Robin, there is this project described at reddit that is building on what is known about the table's API as used by the web site and apps: sisyphus-control 1.0.0
Bruce, I would also appreciate knowing the SSH credentials.
Replying publicly, since you have the PW, and everything else is fine for pblic sharing. I use Tera Term (free download), but using any terminal program you like, connect to your Sisyphus using Host: <your table's local IP address>, TCP port#: 22, Service: SSH. If it finds your table, it will ask you to login - name: pi, Password: the PW I sent you.
Thanks for the detail above, very useful, however I don't think I asked my question very well.
Can you please e-mail me the password for my Sisyphus table? I had been trying User Name:"pi"
Already with no success when I found this thread.
I had a look through my inbox and junk mail folders for the past week and couldn't see an e-mail from you yet (probably because one wasn't sent) 🙂
I am new to this and believe that my girlfriend has somehow frozen up her table. I have attempted all of the suggested online fixes so I am about to try digging in a little further.
I am hoping that the hard-wired Ethernet driver is enabled and plan on using PuTTY to connect.
From reading thru this blog, it looks like I have everything that I need except the password.
Would you mind passing it along...
Just sent via email. Let us know if you find out what happened. If not, please start a support ticket at: https://sisyphus-industries.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new