paaland, I'm sorry you're having these problems. The pisces image has many more services started than what is on the more minimal hexxeh image. I suspect one of the services is hanging when the system attempts to shut it down.paaland wrote:No ssh, no ping and only black screen. As I said in the first post the link led on the switch does blink from time to time indicating something happening.
I did not have this issue with Debian squeeze. So I think it's something software.
Yes, it does look to be by the book. I can't say for sure, but I suspect it may be something more to do with the boot sequence after the reset occurs. Let me suggest this. Remove or backup the files in the /boot partition of the Raspbian SD card and in their place put a copy of the files from the working Debian SD card -- just make sure you edit the cmdline.txt file to use /dev/mmcblk0p3 as the root file system. That will remove a source of difference between Debian and Raspbian.paaland wrote:As you can see the shutdown seems to be by the book except that it does not start again.
Do you think the issue was related to the SD card? Or, an update or package that you might have installed on the other card?trn wrote:I reinstaling(on other sd card), and now is ok!
Reboot is working now.
i think other SD card is not problem, but some package, some conf,..mpthompson wrote:Do you think the issue was related to the SD card? Or, an update or package that you might have installed on the other card?trn wrote:I reinstaling(on other sd card), and now is ok!
Reboot is working now.
OK, if you track the issue down with the other card, please report back.trn wrote:mpthompson wrote:i think other SD card is not problem, but some package, some conf,..
on first sd card, i have dhcp, on second static, maybe this...
paaland wrote:Wee hee! Today my raspi running Raspbian managed to reboot for the first time ever. I'm fully apt-get upgraded and running the latest rpi-update firmware. It even boots with root on a usb hdd. It's never been able to reboot sucessfully before. Don't know it it's any of the latest apt-get updates or the latest firmware that fixes this issue.
I don't believe that would have an effect.oztrailrider wrote:I would suspect that the fix has come from the big SD updates in the firmware pushed out on Wednesday. I could be wrong though.
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