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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby andre_chang » 09 Feb 2019, 15:26

Hi janui:
I tried to do it the way you taught me. But there was still a reciprocal of 1:30.

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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby andre_chang » 10 Feb 2019, 11:15

Although it can boot up, Paruuid has an error.
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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby janui » 10 Feb 2019, 15:04

Hi andre_chang,
I see that you are using the 'partuuid' which I supplied (00005f47-02). You should replace this with the value returned by this command:
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blkid /dev/sda2
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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby andre_chang » 10 Feb 2019, 15:58

janui wrote:Hi andre_chang,
I see that you are using the 'partuuid' which I supplied (00005f47-02). You should replace this with the value returned by this command:
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blkid /dev/sda2
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hi janui:
That's my value. It's interesting. It's the same as yours!
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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby janui » 10 Feb 2019, 17:04

Hi andre_chang,
andre_chang wrote:That's my value. It's interesting. It's the same as yours!
Somehow using partuuid is going nowhere. I suggest you modify cmdline.txt to restore its original value of '/dev/sda2'. At least this worked without errors.
Then try this, go to the Settings UI and switch 'USB Automount' OFF. Then reboot. Do you still get the 'dev-sda1.device' message?
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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby andre_chang » 11 Feb 2019, 11:01

janui wrote:Hi andre_chang,
andre_chang wrote:That's my value. It's interesting. It's the same as yours!
Somehow using partuuid is going nowhere. I suggest you modify cmdline.txt to restore its original value of '/dev/sda2'. At least this worked without errors.
Then try this, go to the Settings UI and switch 'USB Automount' OFF. Then reboot. Do you still get the 'dev-sda1.device' message?
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Hi janui:
Turn off'USB Automount'or have dev-sda1. device (1min 30s) messages.
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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby janui » 11 Feb 2019, 17:13

Hi andre_chang,
andre_chang wrote:Turn off'USB Automount'or have dev-sda1. device (1min 30s) messages.
Sorry, I don't understand your answer. Do you get the 'dev-sda1.device (1min 30s)' message when 'USB automount' is switched off?
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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby cmh714 » 11 Feb 2019, 17:41

so not to throw any wrinkles in.....and I didnt want to search the thread so sorry if this was potentially addressed.....

I am curious if this is an externally powered USB or if its getting it from the Pi? because I would think it does need to be externally powered AND already powered up and spinning when the pi boots.....

just some random thoughts.....GL!!!
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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby andre_chang » 11 Feb 2019, 18:20

Hi janui:

I have modified cmdline. txt to: / dev / sda2
After restart: A start is running for dev-sda1. device (countdown 1 minute 30 seconds)

Then enter the UI settings. Turn off USB automount and restart!
He still appears A start is running for dev-sda1. device (countdown 1 minute 30 seconds)

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Re: Raspberry pie 3B+

Postby andre_chang » 11 Feb 2019, 18:25

cmh714 wrote:so not to throw any wrinkles in.....and I didnt want to search the thread so sorry if this was potentially addressed.....

I am curious if this is an externally powered USB or if its getting it from the Pi? because I would think it does need to be externally powered AND already powered up and spinning when the pi boots.....

just some random thoughts.....GL!!!


Hi cmh714:
The power supply of usb-hdd is obtained from pi3b + USB port.
The power supply I supply to pi3b + is 5v/5a. Voltage and current are absolutely sufficient.
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