Boot after power failure


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by napcae » Fri Aug 31, 2012 10:56 am
Hey,

I hope it's the right forum and not a repost. Since the rpi doesn't have a BIOS, I was wondering if there's still a possible solution to power on the raspberry after a power failure or blackout. I'm asking this question, because my raspberry is keep crashing and I don't know why. First I thought, it wouldn't get enough power, but now I bought a 1A power supply. That should be enough, shouldn't it?

Thanks in advance, napcae
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by RaTTuS » Fri Aug 31, 2012 11:03 am
crashing how?
how are you powering it - use pictures and diagrams and part numbers if possible
look at /var/log/syslog
what have you plugged in ?
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by napcae » Fri Aug 31, 2012 11:16 am
I notice the crash or unavailablity when I can't reach my Pi over the internet. I just get time outs over ssh or http. I use this mumbi power adapter. I use debian over a 32GB transcend class 10 card as the operating system, also there is the ethernet cable which is connected to the pi.
the log:http://napcae.no-ip.org/log

ps. I wasn't shure if it's a hardware problem, thats why I disconnected the sd card this morning and replaced the pi with another one(I have 2).
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