You’ll find here answers to the most frequently asked questions. If you don’t find an answer to your question, please browse the MoodleBox complete documentation or search if your question has already been addressed in the MoodleBox support forum. If you do not find it, do not hesitate to open a new discussion in the forum.
Where can I buy a MoodleBox?
What Raspberry Pi models are supported?
Do you sell MoodleBox's?
How many Wi-Fi devices can MoodleBox handle at the same time?
MoodleBox supports the simultaneous connection of 20 devices via Wi-Fi. Connecting more devices to Wi-Fi can make the connection unstable.
The maximum number of devices connected simultaneously via Ethernet has no fixed limit.
How much data can I store on a MoodleBox?
I connected my keyboard and monitor to the MoodleBox, but I can't see the graphical interface. What's happening?
MoodleBox does not need a keyboard or monitor: it is designed as a headless server. To access the user interface, start MoodleBox, connect your personal device (computer, tablet, smartphone) to the MoodleBox’s Wi-Fi and open URL http://moodlebox.home in your favorite browser.
Have a look at the documentation about this.
How do I reset MoodleBox's main password?
Moodle tells me that the version of PHP is not 64-bit. Is that a problem?
Some users are unable to access the MoodleBox, while others can. What can be done?
Which organization is managing the project MoodleBox?
What is the business model of MoodleBox ?
MoodleBox is a free (as in speech and in beer) and open source project developed on a voluntary and non-profit basis. As such, it only requires financing to acquire the equipment necessary for its development, to contract the hosting and domain names necessary for its distribution and to maintain the motivation of its developer.