On an installation at home, your server should typically be accessible using the
yunohost.local domain. If for any reason this does not work, you may need to find the local IP of your server.
The local IP is the address used to refer to your server inside the local network (typically your home) where multiple devices are connected to a router (your internet box). The local IP typically looks like
192.168.x.y (or sometimes
Any of these tricks should allow you to find the local IP of your server:
You can use the AngryIP software to achieve that. You just need to scan these local ip ranges in this order until you find the active IP corresponding to your server:
https://192.168.x.yin your browser to check if it's a YunoHost or not.
Connect to your internet box / router interface to list the machines connected.
If you're using Linux, you can open a terminal and use
sudo arp-scan --local to list the IP on your local network (this may also work in Windows);
arp-scan command displays a confusing number of devices, you can check which ones are open to SSH with
nmap -p 22 192.168.1.0/24 to sort them out (adapt the IP range to your local network)
Plug a screen on your server, log in and type
The default credentials (before post-installation!) to log in are:
(If you are using a raw Armbian image instead of the pre-installed YunoHost image, the credentials are root / 1234)
If you are unable to find your server using any of the previous tricks, maybe your server did not boot correctly:
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