As with anything else computer related. You should be mindful of where you
get your OS images from. Clearly the one the OP is working with is not a
standard "official" image. Since Robert has not built any using a FAT
partition in quite some time. As in more than a year ago.
So in order to get better help. You should be contacting the people from
where you got your image from. As no one here is likely familiar with that
image. Unless the person who created it also lurks here.
On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 3:15 PM, Dennis Lee Bieber <wlfr...@ix.netcom.com>
> On Mon, 19 Sep 2016 08:55:42 -0700 (PDT), Viswadeep Sarangi
> <deepun.d...@gmail.com> declaimed the
> >But when I started the BBB after flashing. Only the first two LEDs flashed
> >and stayed lit ( USR0 and USR1). But nothing else happened. It's been like
> USR1 is defined to be SD card access, and USR3 is the eMMC.
> But where in the OS those get controlled I can't say... nor if any
> the third-party OS releases don't bother installing the handlers for the
> >Any idea what might be happening and how I can fix it ?
> My first suggestion would be to revert to a 2GB compatible official
> image first -- which would be this old one:
> If the BBB won't run that after flashing (and removing the SD
> card) you
> have some significant problem. Actually, I'd suggest first booting an SD
> card with
> just to make sure the BBB runs with that OS, period... THEN flash the eMMC
> and check that it still runs.
> IF you get the unit to run with the 2GB flasher image above...
> THEN try
> your third party OS on the SD card in a NON-flasher mode; ensure that OS
> works before flashing it to the eMMC... And make sure it does fit
> (depending on how "GB" is being computed -- you may still be running over:
> decimal 2GB is only binary 1.86GB).
> Wulfraed Dennis Lee Bieber AF6VN
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