Thanks!alexeames wrote:Good stuff. You can have all sorts of fun with that. Hook up a transistor or relay and remotely reset, either by itself or with another device.
You're welcome. I learned that one from the Gertboard manual. It's a good tip.jwhitehorn wrote:Thanks!alexeames wrote:Good stuff. You can have all sorts of fun with that. Hook up a transistor or relay and remotely reset, either by itself or with another device.
Also, thank you for your write up on it: http://raspi.tv/tag/solder-a-p6-header-on-raspberry-pi
That helped a lot, especially the tip about the sponge.
yes, That's puzzling.alexeames wrote:That's puzzling. I'm afraid I've got no idea why that should stop working. I don't use my P6 header routinely. I only really did the P6 out of curiosity/for fun.
This is all the documentation I have seen...niomix wrote:what exactly do the P6 ?
...although I do remember that when I was mucking about with it, once shorted the Pi resets and then it boots up even if you keep holding down the reset switch. Although I didn't test it for long.Reset
A reset circuit has been implemented, although in the standard build the required header is not fitted. Users wishing to use this circuit should fit an appropriate header to P6. Shorting P6 pin 1 to P6 pin 2 will cause the BCM2835 to reset.
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