Wheezy Raspbian results in no video after system is powered off and then back on

6 years 7 months ago #29529147 by tony@g-eye.com
after Wheezy Raspbian is install and running it can not be powered off and then back on without resulting in no HDMI signal. I have tried multiple makes and sizes of the SD cards, with and without the RIO Board IO card physically connected, and the with and without the RIO Board software installed, all permutations result in the same problem. I believe that the RIO Board IO and Raspberry are still working judging form the LEDs on the Rapi and 4Hz LED on the RIO.

Since the NOOBS Raspbian crashes on rebooting following the instillation of the RIO Board software, I am out of ideas how to make the boards work together unless they are never turned off?

I have not tried a second Raspberry Pi but don't think this is a hardware problem. I don't find any information about this on the raspberrypi.org form. Any help would be welcome.

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6 years 7 months ago - 6 years 7 months ago #29529149 by Griffin Baker
The noobs raspbian has been updated. In the installation you'll send in the following commands.

wget http:// roboteq.com/riofiles/rio_board_install_raspbian_NOOBS.sh

chmod 755 rio_board_install_raspbian_NOOBS.sh

sudo ./rio_board_install_raspbian_NOOBS.sh

Edited for error in name. Changed from NOOBS_raspbian to raspbian_NOOBS.

NOTE: remove the space between the http:// and roboteq in the following command. The reason for the space is that the http:// disappears in the post.

wget http:// roboteq.com/riofiles/rio_board_install_raspbian_NOOBS.sh

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6 years 7 months ago #29529150 by tony@g-eye.com
thanks

this works for me with the addition of an "http://" after "wget" on the first line and an "apt-get install wget" between the first and second line.

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6 years 7 months ago - 6 years 7 months ago #29529151 by Griffin Baker
Glad to hear it worked. I will edit that into my previous post.

edit: I looked at my post and it did have the http:// in it, however the forum design turned it into a link as a result which is why you don't see the http part.

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