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by Davo7135
Wed Jan 30, 2013 12:21 am
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Berryboot v1.1 - Boot menu / OS installer
Replies: 557
Views: 280897

Re: Berryboot v1.1 - Boot menu / OS installer

If there was a way to choose the default image through the cmdline (or config) file Default setting is stored in a plain text file on the ext4 partition. As root: mount LABEL=berryboot /mnt echo -n "new-default-image.img" > /mnt/data/default umount /mnt Write the name of the image to /mnt/data/runo...
by Davo7135
Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:35 pm
Forum: General discussion
Topic: Berryboot v1.1 - Boot menu / OS installer
Replies: 557
Views: 280897

Re: Berryboot v1.1 - Boot menu / OS installer

Hi, been using Berryboot for the last few days for openElec and Raspbian, and it is exactly what I needed. Thanks heaps. Is there any chance of extra cmdline.txt options for new features? If there was a way to choose the default image through the cmdline (or config) file, this would allow people to ...
by Davo7135
Sat Oct 06, 2012 3:02 am
Forum: Troubleshooting
Topic: Kernel Panic: VFS : Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block
Replies: 3
Views: 3242

Re: Kernel Panic: VFS : Unable to mount root fs on unknown-b

Is the partition pointed to by your cmdline.txt (eg. root=/dev/mmcblk0pX) actually the correct partition to be booting from? I had a similar issue with a different distro, I removed a swap partition during installation and it would give a similar error. I realised later the installer was setting roo...
by Davo7135
Sat Oct 06, 2012 2:46 am
Forum: Advanced users
Topic: Overclocking
Replies: 1150
Views: 673317

Re: Overclocking

The default is "ondemand". Tuning the up_threshold (to a lower value, eg. 50 rather than the default 95%) might also work for you (see here for details of how frequency scaling works in other distributions - I'm guessing that much of the same applies to distributions on the Pi) This worked a treat,...
by Davo7135
Fri Oct 05, 2012 3:48 am
Forum: Advanced users
Topic: Overclocking
Replies: 1150
Views: 673317

Re: Overclocking

My pi seems completely stable with: arm_freq=1100 core_freq=250 sdram_freq=600 over_voltage=6 initial_turbo=60 temp_limit=70 However sdram_freq seems abnormally high with no overvolt, is there a way I check it is set correctly? If I touch core_freq at all, instant corruption on boot. I could recover...

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