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/var/logare each clocking in at close to 250M. Is that "normal"? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!
pci_pm_runtime_suspend(): serial_hsu_pci_runtime_suspend+0x0/0xf0 returns -16errors. Have a hunch this is what's blowing up my syslog and kern.log files. Saw one other person here mention this error before, but haven't seen any solution.
kern.logfiles? But it seems like they'll likely just blow up again. Not sure what I would PR to the docs in this instance.
/etc/logrotate.conffile is set to rotate hourly, and to store logs for 4 weeks. But this doesn't make sense to me. The largest indexed syslog file is
I have enable:
I think change to enableSMB_always change all smb option to true... and i want to make one by one to know what happen...
Have some var to enable in pref that enable smb with situations with no COB?
Morning - I a having some issues with the new Explorer Hat. Seems the board is not getting enough power.
I have used both of the Micro USB ports on the Pi, as well as the JST connector that I use to power my regular explorer board.
I get a red light on the charging diod AND an orange low battery warning.
I have also tried two different USB cables.
Any troubleshooting tips?
curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/openaps/oref0/dev/bin/openaps-install.sh > /tmp/openaps-install.sh && bash /tmp/openaps-install.shto get all the initial bits, I checked out the dev branch in ~/src/oref0 before running the setup script, do I need do do another npm install to get 0.6.2 installed after the git checkout?
at @scottleibrand suggestion, did a google search here a few days ago.
pending a writeup, basically, on the PiZeroQ, you have to set at least arm_freq (and probably arm_freq_min), in /boot/config.txt -exerpt below:
#uncomment to overclock the arm. 700 MHz is the default. #MPH arm_freq_min=500 arm_freq=500 #arm_freq_min=700 #arm_freq=800
also, I disabled the ACT LED on the PiZero proper for modest power savings, by appending this:
# per https://www.jeffgeerling.com/blogs/jeff-geerling/controlling-pwr-act-leds-raspberry-pi # MPH - Disable the ACT LED on the Pi Zero. dtparam=act_led_trigger=none dtparam=act_led_activelow=on
to the same file
you can read the current cpu frequency with:
(or use sudo first if you’re not already running as root)