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On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 9:50 AM, William Henry < whenry(a)redhat.com
> Mine died. I put in for a RMA but have heard nothing back.
Can you forward a copy of the e-mail you sent to the RMA team and
I used the RMA form on the website.
> It looks like it might have messed up any flash memory it might
> seems to load the BIOS, cause I can get a terminal open on it,
There is no BIOS, only ROM that you can't touch. I boots directly off of the
After reading the support website I suspect that might be the case but was hoping it
> but it won't boot - so maybe a driver for the SD card is
> something? I even re-imaged the SD card and also tried a Fedora image on a
> separate card. Won't boot.
Without *physical* damage, as long as the SD card is written
boot. Are you sure you decompressed the SD card image you were writing? I
suspect you likely had some issue writing the SD card.
The board went from working and booting (Angstrom) on my desk to failing and not booting
on my desk. So I don't suspect any physical damage. I followed the websites
instructions on re-imaging the card. All I get in the terminal is the 'C'
characters showing up. Pressing the reset button provides more 'C's. So it went
from fully working to not booting without physically moving on my desk.
> I'm considering the new beaglebone.
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Apr 30, 2013, at 2:56 PM, Peter Robinson <
pbrobinson(a)gmail.com > wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > For those that are happy with the original BBone they're on special
> > here at £31.99 at the moment.
> > http://www.phenoptix.com/products/beagle-bone-a6-extras-rev-a6
> > Peter
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