hilman
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Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 10:44 am

I own a Raspberry Pi 2. I have tried to install a fresh 2016-02-03 Raspbian Jessie into my Pi 2 but I kept getting this kind of error when the Pi 2 try to boot. It will stuck and at the end of the code (the one that written during booting), it will say systemd[1]: Freezing execution. What seems to be the problems?

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 11:25 am

Same problem here - both an upgrade and a fresh installation of the image brings me into a continouus "error -110" queue with a freeze at the end. This froze my old SD card (plus my FHEM installation on it, where an apt-get update/upgrade brought on the newest kernel and firmware) so that I had to set up a new one; however, there I installed the image fresh from scratch with the same effect.
Of course I first thought the trouble was with the card - but imaging the same card with an earlier image of Jessie from November 2015 worked a treat and let me use it again - however, an apt-get update/upgrade broke it once again, so again I put on the older image and kept to that.
Using a Kingston 32GB SD - so not just any no-name stuff... and could repeat the same finding with another Kingston 16GB card.
The USB power supply was always the same, but even with others (one from Amazon FireTV, one from Apple iPad) the same problem occurred.
Any help would be appreciated... and if I can help with any logs etc, more than willing to help to get this fixed.

Thanks!

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 11:27 am

Could you provide more of the output? perhaps a photo?

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 12:16 pm

ShiftPlusOne wrote:Could you provide more of the output? perhaps a photo?
This. Sorry if it is too small because I have to really lowering its quality to post it here.
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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 12:41 pm

Pretty much the same output here - will do some photos later when I can access it.

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 12:42 pm

It seems like this is caused by a new driver not working with that sd card. You can revert to the old driver by adding 'dtoverlay=mmc' in /boot/config.txt. I understand you won't be able to make the change from the pi itself, but you should be able to edit the file from your PC (it should be on the first partition of the sd card).

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 12:43 pm

Same problem here.

First I did "sudo apt-get update". Result: no update
Then "sudo apt-get upgrade". There was an update of about 500Mb. Upgrade went well, no errors.
Then rebooted. Only errors as if sd card is corrupted.

Tried again with a backup image. Same result.

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 2:14 pm

New firmware pushed which should fix this and prevent apt-get upgrade from breaking things. New images are being built.

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 2:16 pm

In the meantime you should be able to get your Pis booting again by adding "dtoverlay=mmc" to your config.txt.

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 3:21 pm

Hey there,

will test as soon as I can - but my thanks nevertheless for the prompt reaction and the amazing quickness of reaction. I am quite impressed - a big thumbs-up!

Will test and let you know.

Martin

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 3:57 pm

I had a similar problem after running apt-get upgrade from the previous (November) Jessie version with a Kingston 16gb card on Raspberry 2. After that I downloaded the new noobs image and wrote it to the sd card. The first boot went fine, ran rip-config and changed local settings and keyboard but after rebooting LXDE started acting strange. The mouse icon doesn't show but I able to see the icons on the taskbar reacting to mouse movements. After I manage to start any program the mouse icon shows up as a cross. This happens after every reboot.

Another problem are the windows which get stuck to the top left corner of the screen, without title bar. The keyboard, the language and the time zone don't change, either using the GUI menus or the raspy-config command.

I'm also finding problems with text and icon scaling, namely with the digital clock on the task bar not showing the last digit and the pi logo on the menu. This gets solved after I reset the appearance settings to default.

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 4:27 pm

ShiftPlusOne wrote:Could you provide more of the output? perhaps a photo?
Same here big freeze and no download please advise

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 4:38 pm

i too have experienced the no boot after update I thought I had a card problem till reading this. Pi Z model.

Trying another update so it might fail again. I noticed the edit config for old driver boot. I had been doing a hold shift key recovery but that just re-installs old system again.

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 5:08 pm

Hi,

your solution of adding

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dtoverlay=mmc
into the config.txt on the FAT partition on the SD worked a treat - thank you very much! I think this might be troubling quite a few people - searching for

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error -110
brings up a lot of posts, and many of those came up after a system update/upgrade, so this might be some more general issue possibly.

Anyway, thanks for this solution and the very quick response!

Could you just let me know how to proceed now in the future? Should the entry just stay there without any negative results? How should I work on future upgrades?

Thanks for letting me know!

Martin

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 5:32 pm

If you upgrade again now, you should be able to remove the line. It's safe to leave the line in there anyway.

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 6:17 pm

Got my Pi working again by writing back my backup image. Started the update && upgrade again. Rebooted. Now the Pi works normally. 8-)

Thanks for the support. Problem with sd card seems to be solved.

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Tue Feb 09, 2016 9:46 pm

Well, this has been a long day. New images are being uploaded now.

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Wed Feb 10, 2016 1:34 am

Hello everyone!

При обновлении моей Pi 2 B = проблема с ее загрузкой.

First, as it should be performed "sudo apt-get update", no problem.
Then proceeded to update "sudo apt-get upgrade", to install the received update took about 25-30 minutes.
As it should be rebooted raspberry "sudo reboot now" and went to drink a Cup of coffee while my raspberries were loaded.
When I run the "putty" found that the raspberry does not boot!
Connecting the monitor, mouse and keyboard decided to see what the problem is.
Seeing on the monitor similar picture as was shown in the post above, I decided that my card "Transcend 16GB" died. But checking the card confirmed my assumption about her untimely death.

Downloaded a new image from the website, to my surprise the site was already a new image.
The new disk image was written to the card, but that option did not lead to the desired result. At my disposal was a card "Sandisk 8 GB", which I was also recording the new image systems, prepared by inserting the card into the raspberries got the normal boot of the system, and the system immediately became my "TP-LINK TL-WN725N V2", I had to pick a driver.

By visiting the forum saw that I was not alone experiencing this problem. To my surprise the solution was already found.

After adding in "config.txt" your solution "dtoverlay=mmc", raspberry is loaded with my two cards.
Tomorrow I will try to download the image again and see what happens.

Quickly and efficiently! THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B

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Re: Problem with 2016-02-03 Rapsbian Jessie

Wed Feb 10, 2016 12:20 pm

Will read all of the comments after this, but from all supports that I get here, really impressive! A big applause to the team!

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