RESTORE TO FACTORY DEFAULTS
If you can no longer connect to your Server (e.g. forgotten password), you can reset your Raspberry Pi to factory settings.
Format your SD card
Step 1: Remove the Micro SD card from the Server and place it in your PC.
Step 2: Start the SDFormatter software
Step 3: Select the drive that contains the SD card
Step 4: Click “Format” then “Yes” to confirm the start of the format operation
Step 5: Download the latest version of the Server Software file
Step 7: Select the directory containing the server software file
Step 8: Select the drive that contains the SD card
Step 9: Click “Write” then “Yes” to confirm the start of the writing operation
Step 10: Remove the Micro SD card from the PC and place it in your Raspberry.
NOTE: By formatting, your settings for the web configuration panel (for example network settings) will be lost. The Server will obtain an IP address from the DHCP server.
HOW TO RESTORE THE IP TO DHCP OR SET A STATIC ONE
Step 1: Format a USB Key in FAT32.
Step 3: Extract the files from usb.zip.
Step 4: Drag and drop the eve.settings.txt inside the formatted USB.
Step 5: Remove the USB from the PC and plug it in your Raspberry or EVE X1.
Step 6: You can start/stop services to apply settings in the file, or simply restart the system.
Step 7: After you’ve restarted the system, wait 20 seconds and unplug the USB Key.
Step 8: Now the system will have the parameters that you have chosen in the configuration.
HOW TO EDIT
Choose between STATIC or DHCP*.
Choose your desired IP.
Choose your desired Subnet Mask.
Choose your desired Gateway.
Choose your 1st DNS SERVER.
Choose your 2nd DNS SERVER
*If NETWORK_MODE is equal to DHCP the system will be set in DHCP.