I would agree that BerryBoot is probably not updated for the Micron RAM used on the latest Pi's, but I cannot see how that would stop the Red Power LED from coming on?RaTTuS wrote:if it is brand new then berry boot may not be up to date enough for the RAM
so try the latest raspbian / noobs and see if that works
The quality is not that good, and the maximum volume tends to be rather low in my experience.fifnxtbh.hll wrote:Hi to all,
Is possible to connect DIRECTLY a standard headphone into the 3.5mm jack of the raspberry and achieve a decent audio quality? Can anyone try and let me know?
The image is never visible over a ssh session. It is only visible on a screen connected directly to the Pi (as it is handled via the GPU).SchumyAlex wrote:It's not working.... i just typed sudo raspistill -p 100,100,300,200 and no image appeared but the red led turned on. I am on SSH, is this a problem?