Not a 2A power supply problem. I have such a 5V/2A phone charger that happily powers up Raspbian and UbuntuMateBooleanboy wrote:Could this 2A supply be the cause of the problem or is the issue likely to lie elsewhere?
Keep in mind that "apt-get update" merely updates the repository list on the Pi, it doesn't change anything. "apt-get upgrade" uses that updated list, compares it to what is installed, and packages/firmware with a newer version available get "upgraded".Booleanboy wrote: I'd run sudo apt-get update but not upgrade on the NOOBS one this morning. The other card was just the image as downloaded.
Did the update & upgrade; upped the dist too. Nothing worked.DougieLawson wrote:The easier option is a fresh copy of NOOBS 1.8.
Don't know about noobs, but the osmc team are working to get a Pi3 compatible image out in the next couple of days acoording to thier website.johnwmcc wrote:Is there any fix for OSMC on NOOBS 1.8 not working on RPi3B? Or will some update soon fix it?
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mkdir test sudo mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 test cd test sudo rm -rf * sudo unzip NOOBS_v1_8_0.zip
I bought the CanaKit RPI3 pack, which comes with a 5V 2.5A power supply.mahjongg wrote:The small rainbow icon means the power monitor detected that the 5V supply drops below 4.65V, could be your microUSB cable that has too much resistance, and drops too much voltage due to the higher current draw.
The large rainbow screen (not disappearing) means the CPU was not started, probably due to wrong (old) firmware.