If you are trying to get this software working with a Raspberry Pi Model B+, you need to download this image in order for the B+ to boot properly.
The TeensyNet™ front end software is meant to be run as a series of web pages run on a computer using an AMP (Apache, MySQl, PHP) stack.
One of the simplest, least expensive methods is to setup a LAMP server on a Raspberry Pi, using either my TeensyNet™ 4GB image, TeensyNet™ 8GB image or my TeensyNet™ 16GB image. These are large files, so please allow time for the download.
Simply download the image file, burn it to a SDHC Flash Card of the appropriate size, insert the card into the Raspberry Pi, and apply power.
This image is for a “headless” server, ie, it does not have a GUI, so no monitor or keyboard is required. The Server can be accessed using ssh:
sudo ssh teensynet@teensynet,local
with the password “teensynet”.
The LAMP server uses DHCP to obtain an IP address on your local network, and Bonjour/Avahi to announce its presence. You should be able to open a browser on your main computer and point it to “http://teensynet.local” to open the TeensyNet™ server. The Main Screen should display after interrogating your local network for attached TeensyNet™ boards: