On 01/05/15 18:53, Dave Ihnat wrote:
If you run 'fdisk' on it, you should see two partitions--the
partition, and the RPi Linux partition.
Did that and sure enough fdisk showed a couple of partitions. I finally
got to try it today and after wasting a lot of time messing with an
unknown device I had no success, the darn thing would not boot! More
googling resulted in the note that "Pidora has not been ported to the
I cleared the SD card and installed the raspbian-wheezy.img. That booted
immediately. So far all I have done was check it out via ssh from this
computer. Not what I wanted but perhaps Pidora will get fixed eventually?
It's not a total loss, I now know the thing works and have some
understanding of how to deal with it. I need to order an *DVI* to *HDMI*
adapter and a 5-volt, 2 amp power supply before I do any more with it.
Thanks to all,
Bob Goodwin - Zuni, Virginia, USA
box10 FEDORA-22b/64bit LINUX XFCE