On 2019-01-12 14:34, Juan Orti wrote:
I've recently installed Fedora in a Raspberry Pi 2 model B, but it
keeps rebooting a few minutes after boot.
This Pi was previously running with OSMC, based on Debian, without
problem. I've tried several SD cards and a couple of power supplies
with no success.
Some times, I see kernel crashes on the screen, but too fast to take a
photo, as the console is constantly printing text. Other times there is
no message, just a sudden reboot.
Anyone has experienced similar problems? How can I further debug the
how many amp do your power supply have?
do you have any usb devices or other things connected to it that draws a lot of
any lines in the system log or dmesg related to power?
some Pi models can detect a poor power supply and log it and when you have a
gui up you also get a small icon on screen, i think it was a flash icon for
there is a forum post related to this with icons and description but i don't
have the link right now.
journalctl -e --system perhaps can give you some clues whats going on.