Have you looked at the scripts in /opt/scripts/boot/
Not yet. Since I crashed my os, I had to reconfigure everything. Now I upgraded it to ABI:1 LTS419 4.19.94-ti-r36 and running it on eMMC. I' ll check it in /opt/scripts/boot.
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Please check the below steps for changing the SSID and Password for the Beaglebone :
Step: 1 -- > Get the latest updates
BeagleBone Black Rev C:
BeagleBone and BeagleBone Black Rev A/B:
1. opkg update
2. opkg upgrade
And then reboot
Step : 2 -- > Configure WiFiBeagleBone Black Rev C:
1. Edit /etc/networking/interfaces
2. Uncomment the WiFi section and add SSID and password:
iface wlan0 inet dhcp
BeagleBone and BeagleBone Black Rev A/B, confugure ConnMan:
1. Verify that you have "[WiFi] Enabled = true" in /var/lib/connman/settings
2. Add a new file /var/lib/connman/wifi.config with the following content:
Name = yourSSID
Security = wpa2-psk
Passphrase = yourPassPhrase
(replace "yourSSID" with the name of your network and replace "yourPassPhrase" with your passphrase. If you use wpa (and not wpa2), you must also change "wpa2-psk" to "wpa".
Restart connman: systemctl restart connman
These steps are good for an old Beaglebone Black, but the question was for the Beaglebone-AI. Since you mention opkg, I assume this works with the Angstrom Linux OS. The Beaglebone AI ships with debian linux.
Very Informative information.