I have set up a Pioneer Edition FreedomBox running Debian stable. I had just flashed the SD card three days ago and the box was updated manually immediately after. If the automatic updates were successfully completed I do not know.
The box runs for about 1 day, after which I can no longer log in. This is the third day in a row this has happened.
If I open freedombox.local in my browser, I get the expected warning about an insecure connection, but when I accept the risk and continue, I eventually get a “502 Proxy Error”:
The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.
The proxy server could not handle the request
Reason: Error reading from remote server
Apache/2.4.52 (Debian) Server at freedombox.local Port 443
I tried to ssh into my box. It gives me the prompt for my username and password, but after I type my password and hit Enter nothing happens. It just hangs there as if it were trying to log it.
I connected a monitor to my box, but nothing happens at all when I type my username and hit Enter.
None of the other ways of accessing the box work (DDNS, Tor): nothing happens when I load the URLs, the connection times out.
I can ping freedombox.local, but not the DDNS address.
The only way to get my FreedomBox back online is to unplug the box and plug it back in (the battery is not connected), which I did the past two days.
Any help debugging this issue? Which log files should I look at? Anyone else have this problem?
I stopped using the Pioneer Edition a year or so ago because it did not stay online (probably same issue as above). Now I would like to figure out what the problem is.