Cool idea. I always shutdown and reboot from ssh, but this is a good option.nicobi wrote:I don't know if this is relevant to your issue or can help, but I use a power button, that launches shutdown :
http://nicbi.blogspot.fr/2013/01/how-to ... rutal.html
There are not currently any ARM binaries for any flavor of real Linux; there are two ARM installs for some of the NASes, but that's it - the Linux binaries are all for Intel.thepiman wrote:I am more looking at putting fedora on the pi then installing the fedora plex server software on top of it.
Indeed - the Model A was already upgraded to 256MB from 128MB without even existingpygmy_giant wrote: Only 256mb ?! - the foundation upgraded the mobel B to 512mb at no extra cost, so how does that significantly reduce the cost?
I'm going to keep the #160 from the standard image on this other Pi too.Lob0426 wrote:That is the newest firmware. If your other RasPi updates with no problems then move your other card over to it for updates, then move it back.