I'm using 64 bit window 7 and the built-in unzip program.topguy wrote:Maybe you should mention which operating system you have this problem on, exactly which file you are talking about and which "unzip" program you are using. (and if you have tried other programs).
ghans wrote:The FAQ states that to restart the Pi , "just pull the plug" .
This is very dangerous if taken literally IMHO. Updating the FAQ
seems to be difficult since the foundation members have
squeeze it in while doing their regular jobs.
Did you always do abefore ?
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sudo shutdown -t now
Thanks.xXAzazelXx wrote:Cool! btw,
SirLagz http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... 66&t=14728 already made a script and an image.
I just realized that the fan's power consumption made the Pi restart every 3-4 seconds. I'll have to find a lower powered fan for my case.Jim JKla wrote:If the fan tries to draw too much current there may not be enough left to start other things on the RPi