Reported by: Paul Bryan Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2019 15:18:01 UTC;
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To: email@example.com From: Paul Bryan Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Image for Raspberry Pi 2 will not boot Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2019 15:03:30 +0000 [Message part 1 (text/plain, inline)] Package: armhf_raspi2 Version: ascii_2.0.0 "You need to supply a correct |Package| line in the pseudo-header in order for the bug tracking system to deliver the message to the package's maintainer." Can't get as far a dpkg -S * The /exact/ and /complete/ text of any error messages printed or logged. This is very important! NO ERROR MESSAGES just a blank screen - the colour spectrum of the Raspberry PI boot rom is replaced by a blank screen, nothing logged on the screen, no log-in prompt. * Exactly what you typed or did to demonstrate the problem. NOTHING TYPED - I inserted the microSD card, then the HDMI cable, then the power supply. * A description of the incorrect behaviour: exactly what behaviour you were expecting, and what you observed. A transcript of an example session is a good way of showing this. I was expecting lots of logging to the console and finally a log-in prompt. See Details below. * A suggested fix, or even a patch, if you have one. Sadly I have none, else I probably would not be wasting your/our time. * Details of the configuration of the program with the problem. Include the complete text of its configuration files. Um ... I am not sure what would be relevant here. I looks to me like that the boot-rom does not recognise the micro-SD card. It is just as if it were not there. Include any detail that seems relevant - you are in very little danger of making your report too long by including too much information. OK. *Details* ... I have an RPi 2 and an RPi 3 and three microSD cards. Card 1 has 2018-11-13-raspbian-stretch as a sanity check. It will boot all the way through to X-11 in both the RPi 2 and RPi 3, as expected. Ergo nothing obviously wrong with the kit. Card 2 has devuan_ascii_2.0.0_arm64_raspi3.img, which I have been using for several weeks in the RPi 3. When in the RPi 2, there is some boot console output before the Linux kernel crashes and halts, as expected. Card 3 is devuan_ascii_2.0.0_armhf_raspi2.img, which I expect to boot in the RPi 3 and well as in the RPi 2. It does not boot in either. I installed devuan_ascii_2.0.0_arm64_raspi3.img on Card 3 and, in the RPi 3, it boots through to the log-in prompt, as expected. Ergo nothing obviously wrong with the microSD card. I downloaded devuan_ascii_2.0.0_armhf_raspi2.img again and verified the MD5SUM (f33aa344956f1a75dab54a51312ba9af) was the same as last time and copied the new image to the microSD card using the instructions in https://files.devuan.org/devuan_ascii/embedded/README.txt. Still no joy but I infer there is/was nothing obviously wrong with my download plus copy to SD card methodology. I tried the gpg notes in https://files.devuan.org/devuan_ascii/embedded/README.txt and I got: pbr:devuan$ gpg --verify SHA256SUMS.asc && sha256sum -c SHA256SUMS gpg: directory `/home/pbr/.gnupg' created gpg: new configuration file `/home/pbr/.gnupg/gpg.conf' created gpg: WARNING: options in `/home/pbr/.gnupg/gpg.conf' are not yet active during this run gpg: keyring `/home/pbr/.gnupg/pubring.gpg' created gpg: Signature made Wed 06 Jun 2018 12:25:01 BST using RSA key ID F78637DE gpg: Can't check signature: public key not found This suggests to me there is something 'intuitive' about this that wasn't common knowledge at the time I was born. I cannot see how it is relevant. I have inserted the 'not working image/card' into the running Raspbian image and both partition are mounted. I have unmounted them and run fsck -f on each partition and neither is reported as corrupt. I have had a quick peek in /var/log of the mounted image and there is nothing there more recent than 06 Jun 2018. This is not the kind of thing I can work around or debug so, as recommended in https://files.devuan.org/devuan_ascii/embedded/README.txt, I am trying to raise a bug report but, sadly, without knowing either the package name or the maintainer's name. Here's hoping your hair is having a better day than mine ... P-B Roberts [Message part 2 (text/html, inline)]