Raspberry Pi doesn't Boot

    • OMV 4.x
    • Did you download from here?
      sourceforge.net/projects/openm…/Raspberry%20Pi%20images/
      Is it suitable for your device?

      Have you followed the instructions strictly? Especially the "BE PATIENT" part? Better wait for 1h to be on the safe side.
      Also make sure your have internet connection during the first boot processes.
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    • Raspberry Pi doesn't Boot

      All kinds of things can result in this. What software did you use to create your bootable flash card? It used to be that you needed specific boot images and kernels for each model of the pi. It seems that no longer applies to raspbian images from raspberrypi.org, but it might still apply to OMV. Some pi models don't like some brands/types of flash media. I'm just offering this up as food for thought.

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    • afremont wrote:

      I recommend looking at the odroid boxes. They have USB 3 and real gigabit ethernet interfaces
      Nope. Those ODROIDs that have USB3 implement also Gigabit Ethernet via USB3 (doesn't matter, just slightly higher CPU utilization compared to 'real' GbE). But the only good ODROID choices currently are HC1 and HC2 anyway (C1/C2 have all USB ports behind an internal USB hub and XU4 suffers from USB3 receptacle problems -- see my signature)
    • fullspam wrote:

      any chace to find somewhere an old image to burn with the old way (Win32DiskImager)?
      You can burn latest OMV4 image with Win32DiskImager too. Use latest Win32DiskImager version and activate the optional verify step. It won't change anything since Etcher does a verify by default.

      Most probably you suffer from a corrupted image download. Check SHA1 or MD5 checksums from download page and compare it with your download. Since you're using Windows no idea which additional tool you need for such basics.
    • Raspberry Pi doesn't Boot

      I guess my point was that the odroid will actually transfer over the Ethernet at almost saturation speed.according to iperf. It will also do a good job of maximizing the transfer from a usb3 to SATA adapter, assuming the adapter is up to the job -- mine isn't when it comes to a good SSD. At any rate it, I believe that it massively outperforms a pi at being a headless server.

      tkaiser wrote:

      afremont wrote:

      I recommend looking at the odroid boxes. They have USB 3 and real gigabit ethernet interfaces
      Nope. Those ODROIDs that have USB3 implement also Gigabit Ethernet via USB3 (doesn't matter, just slightly higher CPU utilization compared to 'real' GbE). But the only good ODROID choices currently are HC1 and HC2 anyway (C1/C2 have all USB ports behind an internal USB hub and XU4 suffers from USB3 receptacle problems -- see my signature)


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