>It depends on many factors
Ok, so the whole world, tens of thousands of users are left with something that is working only with specific PSU...?
99% are using bad psu-s ?
C'mon guys, half of posts on forum are related to freezing, booting issue, vanishing network cards, reboots, locks and so on.
For me - this hardware is a failure. We all know it, but nobody is willing to tell this loudly. Anyone to comment please ?
What do I do wrong ?
Or better, what should I do to have a stable Pi ?
I'm waiting for it for the last few months, spending many hours on reading forums, trying fixes etc etc.
I have two Pi units (different rev, according to /proc/cpuinfo)
- SEVEN PSU-s
- TWO battery banks (Polymer Li-Ion) ranging from 2 to 4 Amps, each time with different cables, and everyone's saying to me that I have bad PSU. Big lie!
I also tried tens of SD cards, from 2 to 10 class speed, different sizes (2-32 GB)
I tried different WLAN and LAN USB adapters - they all behave the same, no matter if connected to HUB, through Yeti cable (2x0,5A), no matter what I do, for the last few months, this hardware is instable and useless because I cannot download DVD file from the internet with a speed of 300 kB/s.
For interested in RPi - wait few months, then buy revision 20 of it, once chipset or chipset vendor is replaced and electronics on board is fixed.
usb and broadcom issues will never be solved...Too much time passed, too much to be done...