I think the biggest problem is that you won't tell us exactly what was installed on the card in the first place. Without knowing that, it's almost impossible to help you.rjobaan wrote:That the whole problem (see begin of my post)
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It works absolutely fine if you do it properly. It's been done many times before without issues. It won't necessarily be any faster or more reliable than a decent microSD card though, so it's often a complete waste of time and effort.latinhawk wrote:I tried your way with horrible results.
I suspect it's the latter as no two SOCs are going to be the same, but the dispute seems to be about how wild the variations actually are.Htaborda wrote:Do I have a defective RPi, or the boards are currently being sold with wild variations in thermal behaviour?
I've had that happen too sometimes and it's only resolved itself after several reboots. One reboot I could understand, but several?Taxicletter wrote:Strange detail: I installed Iceweasel and it's in my menu, but not in the list where you can add it in the application launch bar.
The bookworms will create tiny ventilation holes in their attempt to escape the heat, silly!morphy_richards wrote:But where will the heat go if it's also enclosed in the book?
See? There really is a perfectly sane reason for the heatsink and fan on my enclosed and overclocked Pi2B.rurwin wrote:Similarly in the case of the Pi in the book, with enough insulation and time even three watts can reach any temperature.