EVE license activation
First you have to install the EVE Server. It can be installed on Raspberry Pi importing EVE Server image on the SD Card.
Download latest version of EVE Server image from the following link: EVE Server for Raspberry Pi (about 1 GB).
Extract the .img file from the zip and use it to prepare your SD Card. After this the EVE Server will be up and running.
Click on the following link which leads you to the system login page. EVE Login page.
Below an example of the system login page. The URL will change depending on your IP address.
Enter Username and Password by default –> User: admin / Password: password
Access to Infos menu and copy the “Unique ID” code of your EVE.
Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org reporting the “Unique ID” code of your EVE.
Please wait for an email of our team before proceeding with the next step.
In case you need to activate more than a license, we suggest you to prepare a Raspberry at a time.
Get the Unique ID of all your EVE Server licenses and send the codes list to email@example.com
Be sure your Raspberry is connected to the internet.
Access to Diagnostic menu from your EVE Login page and check all the DNS Hostnames.
Below an example of the system connectivity on Diagnostic menu.
Access to Infos menu from your EVE Login page and check “Hours Life” value.
The value will change from 168 to -1 as soon as the license will be activated.
The activation requires about 2 minutes so update the page until you will see this changing.
Below an example of the Infos menu when license is active.
In case you need to activate more than a license, connect a Raspberry at a time and follow instruction starting from Part 4.