I ran into another issue, I kept getting “TypeError: Cannot read property ‘0’ of null” when running ``truffle console``.
Turns out when starting geth, no address was created. To fix it, created a new one using steps from tutorial 1.
npm install web3
>Web3 = require(‘web3’)
> web3 = new Web3(new Web3.providers.HttpProvider(“httpp://localhost:8545));
In my testnet window, I was greeted with a message that a new wallet was created.
Next I ran ``truffle console`` and it worked! Hope this helps someone. I’m still not sure why truffle required a wallet first, when in this tutorial, the truffle console was used to make a new wallet.
Unless.. geth was supposed to create a default wallet for me. In which case, I’m not sure why it didn’t.