o.k., I've retried, using an ending of 100.000.000 and command p instead
of e during re-creation of the partition. The error message when saving
with w is the same, but now the pi is still there after reboot:
tc@piCorePlayer:~$ sudo resize2fs /dev/mmcblk0p2
> It's essentially the same as Vortexbox: a linux OS wrapped around LMS.
> VB is built on Fedora while Daphile uses Gentoo; worth reading about.
> Good luck!
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Thanks for clarifying. :)
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> So Looking at Daphile. I have installed it and it looks pretty good so
It's essentially the same as Vortexbox: a linux OS wrapped around LMS.
VB is built on Fedora while Daphile uses Gentoo; worth reading about.
c@piCorePlayer:~$ ping -c 10 sourceforge.net
PING sourceforge.net (22.214.171.124): 56 data bytes
64 bytes from 126.96.36.199: seq=0 ttl=238 time=134.479 ms
64 bytes from 188.8.131.52: seq=1 ttl=238 time=128.067 ms
64 bytes from 184.108.40.206: seq=2 ttl=238 time=128.570 ms
64 bytes from
You are probably right then, but still worth a test
Maybe you can get SanDisk to send us some samples for testing :)
> Have you formatted and verified this card with tools to validate that
> the card is what it is advertised to be.
> This sounds like a fake card that reports as 128gb, but it is really not
> that big.
This particular card was sent to us directly from Sandisk's press
> This sounds like a fake card that reports as 128gb, but it is really
> not that big.
+1 I had one like this bought as 16gb I think it was only 2 when I
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> lirc can work through squeezelite, so I am not sure you really need
> jivelite installed. Maybe for flirc you do?
The flirc only works with jivelite as it is a usb keyboard device and is
not recognized by lirc.
Have you formatted and verified this card with tools to validate that
the card is what it is advertised to be.
This sounds like a fake card that reports as 128gb, but it is really not
> Eureka! Now that I found it, it's kind of a duh!
> The solution to getting the framebuffer to be created promptly is in the
> bootlocal.sh script. When jivelite was enabled, the modprobe settings
> were placed at the end of bootlocal.sh after the call to
> He is only resizing to 1GB, so it shouldn't take that long. The other
> 127GB should be untouched by the process.
> Streampunk, the process is.
> 1) Resize the Partition Table (That is what you posted a screen shot
> 2) Automatic Reboot
I think this is the point when
There is a piCore file on the boot partition /mnt/mmcblk0p1/README that
tells you how to resize a partition.
BTW: You are the first one I remember that reported pCP resize command
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tc@piCorePlayer:~$ sudo fdisk -u /dev/mmcblk0
The number of cylinders for this disk is set to 3918848.
There is nothing wrong with that, but this is larger than 1024,
and could in certain setups cause problems with:
1) software that runs at boot time (e.g., old versions of LILO)
2) booting and
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