[BeagleBone Black Wireles] Upgraded to Bullseye...can't access via wi-fi

I have a BeagleBone Black Wireless that has been running Buster 4.19.xx fine. I normally connect to it via wi-fi and use puTTY or Cloud9 for my console. Been doing this just fine.

I need to get our platform updated to the latest TI PRU libraries and toolchain, so I thought the simplest way would be to try out a Bullseye image.

I loaded a microSD card with the snapshot described as

Debian 11.x (Bullseye) IOT Snapshot for AM335x.

Described as

Kernel: 5.10.140.ti-r52 .

Got from this page:


Snapshot link:


From https://rcn-ee.com/rootfs/bb.org/testing/2022-10-10/bullseye-iot-armhf/am335x-debian-11.5-iot-armhf-2022-10-10-4gb.img.xz

I booted from the microSD card and the wi-fi is visible and my Windows PC connects to it fine. I am used to going to over wi-fi with puTTY or Cloud9 but neither of these can make a connection to the BBBw. I’m thinking something’s changed but I haven’t found any documentation to explain what.

I did connect directly to the device with a USB cable and then was able to connect with puTTY at I was able to run

sudo beagle-version

and get the output.

Confirmed the kernel is


But Cloud9 is not on this image. Does this image supply a different IDE? If so, what is it and where is some documentation for it?

Suggestions are welcome!

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WiFi is

As posted here:

sudo systemctl enable --now bb-code-server

Then VSCode will be running on port 3000.


@RobertCNelson you are the man! I’m and VSCode is up. Now we can learn it and migrate our development over there.
I echo other’s comments of appreciation for all that you do this community! Thank you so very much!