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CommodorePi Problem

Sun Mar 01, 2015 5:55 pm

I have this on a SD and hooked it into my Pi model B the question is: How do I get it to work? or do I just keep waiting? I waited for about 5 minutes but it didn't work all it had was a blue screen that had text flash and move down the screen too fast for me to get a good look at it... as well as what seemed to be a bar at the bottom of the screen (loading maybe?) any help would be appreciated...
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Re: CommodorePi Problem

Tue Mar 03, 2015 11:35 pm

Ok, I narrowed it down to a keyboard issue... It won't recognize a known working keyboard. It worked twice that was all... :?: so after I (hopefully) get it working again I will need to make it respond faster to keyboard commands, how do I do that? so many questions... :?
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Re: CommodorePi Problem

Wed Mar 04, 2015 11:57 am

Does anyone know how to make this run faster? I would like for the keyboard strokes to be instant, not take holding down each key...
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Re: CommodorePi Problem

Wed Mar 04, 2015 1:56 pm

- 99% of the people here will not know what CommodorePi is, its polite to not force us to google for it.

You will probably get more help from the developer of CommodorePi, but since there has been no updates for over year that might not be easy either. If you think you have a hardware problem then you should try to verify that with an OS that more people uses, like Raspbian.

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Re: CommodorePi Problem

Wed Mar 04, 2015 3:07 pm

topguy wrote:- 99% of the people here will not know what CommodorePi is, its polite to not force us to google for it.

You will probably get more help from the developer of CommodorePi, but since there has been no updates for over year that might not be easy either. If you think you have a hardware problem then you should try to verify that with an OS that more people uses, like Raspbian.
Sorry wasn't trying to be an inconvenience
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Re: CommodorePi Problem

Wed Mar 04, 2015 4:07 pm

Figured it out it was my keyboard
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