ely wrote:Is there a way from LINUX to test the Pi can see the CosmosEX? At least that'd rule out the fact it's a 1st Edition Pi?
ely wrote:I finally got a chance to try my newly acquired RaspPi with my CosmosEX. It worked, I was able to get into the CE_CONF.PRG and setup a bit of stuff. So I thought I'd update it, got my really long Ethernet cable out, got connected to the router, ran the check, it found the latest updates, I selected "Update", the download screen came up and then I got an error saying can't see CosmosEX!
Now every time I boot it up the ACSI light never comes on. The Pi is booting fine as it gets to the "ce login:" prompt in 5 seconds, but seemingly it can't see the CosmosEX anymore. I've checked the connecting cable and that's fine.
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log in - over network through ssh or on tv + usb keyboard, as root (password is 'ce')
chmod 755 *.sh
/ce/ce_start.sh (or turn off and on again)
ely wrote:Ah, typing "ifup eth0" seems to have sorted the connection issue! Well in so much as I can see my router. Can't see joo.kie.sk, clearly a DNS issue. Not sure where you define that on LINUX though.
ely wrote:Also for reference doing ifup wlan0 get errors;
ely wrote:What I have now figured out is how to get the files on a USB stick (including the update itself) so I'll copy the files, hack your update script and that should get it running.
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