When you created the container, you mapped a volume on the host, to /data in the container.
If you used the default command, the data at ~/brewpi-data on the host and at /data in the container.
To access it on the host, you should indeed just SSH into the pi.
To access it in the container, the easiest way is to go to the console of the container using the portainer web interface.
The port setting is set /home/brewpi/settings/config.cfg. You can use nano to edit it.
So are you saying then to use the command:
… and not the following (which is in the instructions?)
I can find a config.cfg file on the microSD card, I tried adding the port there but it did not work
Another symptom that I have is with Portainer. When I click on “brewpi”, then “console”, I get the terminal screen up. The cursor shows, however if I type anything, the cursor does not move and no characters are displayed on the screen.
When powering up BrewPI Spark 3 for the first time with firmware 0.5.5, no IP address is shown on the BrewPI Hardware Test Screen. How to configure from the server without the IP-address?
I am having issues with under voltage detection on Raspberry PI even I use the recommended power supply with 5.0 V @ 1.0 A. I am not sure if the detected under voltage does affect performance of the PI. Is this something you guys have seen?