To fix this problem get a new SD card or did what "tony1tf" did.miicchhii wrote:I have the same problems on raspbian wheezy, since i used the GPIO's over php and shellscript.
It seems my SD cars was not supported. Bought a new SD card and works like a charm.OK folks. Sorry to answer my own post again, but some of you out there may still be in the same state as I was. Reading the elinux.org website again, I found a reference that low voltage on the supply or feeds from the USB ports can cause unexpected writes to the SD card (I cant currently find the reference). I was wondering if both my SD cards has experienced such a write glitch. So I rewrote the Wheezy image to my 16GB Transcend class 10 card from my Macbook and Pound shop card reader. My setup also seems to need the init file editing to force the HDMI TV o/p.
Hey presto - working Pi again.
So now I have to reload the work I was doing, since any previous code seems to be lost.
So the answer to this topic - at least for me - is to rewrite the SD card image
good luck out there
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sudo fsck.ext4 -fy /dev/sdc2