A13-Olinuxino-WiFi - First Steps

Started by Ricardo Brandão, January 20, 2013, 12:09:49 am

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Ricardo Brandão

Vinicius,

I didn't get repeat this msg error (reboot in 10 seconds).

But in my blog I posted both logs (boot from NAND and SD).

As soon I get the message "boot in 10 secs" I'll post the log in my blog.

http://www.programonauta.com.br/en/a13-olinuxino-wifi-fisrtsteps/

Ricardo

Ricardo Brandão

Vinicius,

I didn't get repeat this msg error (reboot in 10 seconds).

But in my blog I posted both logs (boot from NAND and SD).

As soon I get the message "boot in 10 secs" I'll post the log in my blog.

http://www.programonauta.com.br/en/a13-olinuxino-wifi-fisrtsteps/

Ricardo

Ricardo Brandão

John,

In the video, I connect a monitor on VGA connector remove the SD Card power the board. So, appears an Android logo (Robot) for few seconds, after another Android Logo (The word "Android"), and nothing more happens. The monitor lost the signal.

After, I disconnect the power suplly, insert the SD card, power the board again, few seconds after, the "No Signal" message disappears on monitor, more few seconds the "No signal" message appear again.

By the way, what is the expected behavior when I boot from NAND and from SD? In both cases I reach the command prompt?

Thanks

jwischka

Ricardo -

I've updated my images to contain a headless version, which may help you get booting.

Ricardo Brandão

Hi guys

The problem was the power supply.

I changed and everything works fine.

Android and Linux with boot through UART, LCD and VGA.

Ricardo

jwischka

Quote from: Ricardo Brandão on January 29, 2013, 03:36:30 am
Hi guys

The problem was the power supply.

I changed and everything works fine.

Android and Linux with boot through UART, LCD and VGA.

Ricardo


Glad to hear you got it working.

LubOlimex

Quote from: Ricardo Brandão on January 29, 2013, 03:36:30 am
Hi guys

The problem was the power supply.

I changed and everything works fine.

Android and Linux with boot through UART, LCD and VGA.

Ricardo


Glad the change of the power supply did make a difference. I was getting really biased over here comparing the boot logs.

Regards,
Lub/OLIMEX
Technical support and documentation manager at Olimex

Ricardo Brandão

Hi,

I'm really "rusty" in terms of electronic issues.

I forgot the "golden rule" of electronic: "90% of electronic issues is due power supply or bad contact".

Ricardo

Ricardo Brandão