Thanks for replying.
I've had this station for about 3 years and this behaviour has been there
from day 1.
I think I've pretty much exhausted all possibilities actually. In the early
days I tried a powered USB hub - no joy.
I've now got this RPi in a stack with two others - fed with a bomb-proof 5V
supply. I've looked at the supply line with both a digital VM and a 'scope
for each RPi. Volts are dead on 5-and-a-bit after the polyfuse and ripple
is very low.
So, I guess it's down to "life's rich tapestry" and a quirk of this
particular station. In fact it's not too troublesome, booting a couple of
times a week is no big deal, esp. as I store the root filesystem for this
Rpi on my NFS, so it doesn't even stress the SD card too much ....
On Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 2:26:28 PM UTC+2, mwall wrote:
> On Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 5:24:47 AM UTC-4, Macha wrote:
>> I have a W1080-type station (actually marked "WEA22") connected to a RPi
>> V2. The station console is connected directly to the RPi's USB, together
>> with 2 webcams.
> this is probably your problem.
> use a powered usb hub for the station and see if that makes your failures
> go away.
> the fine offset stations are *very* sensitive to usb power, and the rpi is
> not very good at providing stable usb power.
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