Just burned 64bit OpenHabian to an SD card, planning to immediately migrate to OH3 through openhabian-config. But on step one after powering up the pi:
[10:08:53] openhabian@openHABianDevice:~$ sudo openhabian-config
[sudo] password for openhabian:
openhabian is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.
Burned image again and tried this twice with the same result.
The 32bit OpenHabian image did not have this problem, which is what I’m now proceeding with.
64bit openHABian is completely untested so not even BETA. The release notes and warnings on the download location told you so, didn’t they.
Install again using debugmode=maximum before booting from the flashed image, open an issue on Github and post the log.
Please install again from scratch if you have a 8G RPi4 using debugmode=maximum and upload /boot/first-boot.log in a new GitHub issue. Without a log of a reproduced instance of the issue we cannot do anything about it.
It was not my intention to sound offending to you. One of my 2 SD cards in total recently broke for unknown reasons and the other one is needed for my productivity system. I don’t have any further cards available right now …
Alright, I see that you wrote there that the 64-bit version is untested. Nevertheless, the attribute “beta” in the filename means to me that this version has been tested to a certain degree. So actually it is rather an alpha version? (“Alpha software is not thoroughly tested by the developer before it is released to customers. Alpha software may contain serious errors, and any resulting instability could cause crashes or data loss.”) It’s a matter of definitions, I know … but for software/dev enthusiasts like me, it would be great to be able to rely on certain stages of maturity in order to test a maximum of new features without being daunted by too much risk. Thus, please take this as a kind feedback on naming issues only, I’m very happy to see people like you spending so many time on making the whole community’s houses more comfortable. Please keep contributing all the great stuff!
So it fails in /boot/first-boot.bash line 62 or right after.
You can also edit /boot/first-boot.bash to insert some debug output such as the values of the variables that are tested against in that line
Edit, remove /opt/openHABian-install* and reboot to trigger a reinstall.