Yes, that's a silly bug I introduced and failed to notice. I screwed up a change to raspi-config regarding ssh config. SSH is enabled by default, but using the menu option to try to disable it currently won't work (ctrl-c to get back to the raspi-config menu). I'll push out a new raspi-config version that you'll be able to upgrade to later today (with apt-get update && apt-get upgrade). Of course, you can still enable/disable ssh directly in the traditional Debian way.MrEngman wrote:Just tried the beta. Running the initialisation graphics selected re-size partition, ok, changed memory split, ok, tried to enable SSH and it hung. Tried with a second new image and the same.
What process is using your CPU?grumpyoldgit wrote:The screen is blanking out after a few minutes. If I am accessing the Pi remotely, cpu shoots up to 100% and stays there. In the Squeeze release there were screensaver options that could be switched off. I can't see anything here though. Am I missing something?
I'm hoping to get a raspbian equivalent out in the next week or so, but that depends on what problems I encounter and how much of my time gets taken up with other things (there's a limit to the amount of spare time I have available after all). I'm in contact with plugwash and mpthompson, and it sounds like Raspbian is in fantastic shape for doing this.john.mills wrote: Are you scripts in a state that you can now work on producing the hard float version concurrently with little effort?
As the hard float version of Wheezy will provide better performance on the Pi and be more beneficial to the current Raspberry Pi hardware in the long term it might be worth you releasing a 'testing' version sooner rather than later.
I was talking the exact same setup as this image, but with raspbian hardfloat packages. It does seem to make sense to produce a more minimal image too, which my scripts quite easily do as part of the standard build process.typhoon wrote:When you talk about "raspbian equivalent", do you mean "hardfloat weezy" or "headless hardfolat weezy"?
It will run the raspi-config tool at every boot until you select the "finish" option. From then on, at every boot it will just give you the login prompt as usual.stevep wrote:Just installed and had a play - much faster than Squeeze. Having a few problems with Samba (which may be more to do with me than with any bugs). One thing I'd like to do is to stop it logging in to the pi account automatically - how do I fix that?
Just grabbed the new wheezy distro onto my sd card and booted the pi. Been hacking around for a couple of hours with the config.txt trying to get my display to boot in anything but 640x480
I have a hdmi-dvi plugged into a dell monitor which can support 1680x1050
I'm using http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt as a guide
I've just set hdmi_group=1 hdmi_mode=1 and called the commands to show me what display mdeos are available and its only showing 640x480 as an option.
On the previous squeeze distro I had 1680x1050 running no problems, picked it up on first boot.
Any help would be great.