you need totally avoid writing to sd card (and store all changeable data somewhere else)KeithSloan wrote:Or do you mean I would arrange for the only file system on the SD card to be a read only root fs
AFAIK that is necessary only if the kernel is loaded directly by a firmware, uboot was mentioned in the first post.DougieLawson wrote:Have you run mkknlimg to enable the device tree stuff in your kernel?
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root@raspberrypi:~# find / >flist1 root@raspberrypi:~# find / >flist2 root@raspberrypi:~# egrep "^/[a-z]+$" flist1 /proc /lib /sys root@raspberrypi:~# egrep "^/[a-z]+$" flist2 /proc /lib /sys /bin /usr /media /srv /dev /tmp /root /home /opt /run /etc /sbin /boot /var /mnt
you could check your init with raspbian kernel and/or raspbian image with your kernelJosefR wrote:For me this looks like the binary is crashing. I am building the user-space part also on my own (using OpenEmbedded/Yocto) so there may also be a problem.
I suggest to use digital sensor like ABPMANT100PG2A3abhi91 wrote:Im trying to connect a 0-6 bar pressure sensor which gives a 4-20 mA output, to a Raspberry Pi.
same herefruit-uk wrote:I have had that happen with USB sticks.
it should be on SDdarkbibble wrote:if I'm getting it right I need to divide my drive up into;