There's a good chance this is a power supply problem, which you should find has been covered in detail in a lot of threads.ejj28 wrote:Please help me!
Thanks,There's a good chance this is a power supply problem, which you should find has been covered in detail in a lot of threads.
Short version: Get a good PSU that gives you at least 5.0V [measured at TP1 & TP2 under load]. Power all peripherals via a powered USB hub. There are a lot of rubbish power supplies out there.
Use a digital voltmeter & measure the voltage between TP1 & TP2 while the pi is running. This is the only way of being 100% sure your power is good.ejj28 wrote:Hi,
How do you measure it with the pi running?
Almost all (and Raspbian is definitely one of them) RPi SD cards have more than one partition. There is a boot partition of size around 60 Mbytes and the boot files in there use use about half of that. The main Linux files are in the remainder of the card. The boot partition uses a FAT filing system. The large partition(s) use an ext type favoured by Linux.ejj28 wrote:Hi,
I also tried running Raspbian and copying the file to the SD card so I could run it in omxplayer, but it gave me an error saying that "There wasn't enough memory" to copy it over.
My SD card is 8 gigabytes so I don't understand why it won't copy.
Does anyone know why this is?
You can petition Apple to remove DRM on their videos (they used to apply it to music, and no longer do).ejj28 wrote: I got a PiHub for Christmas and used it to plug in a external hdd with my movies on it.
The movies still wouldn't play, so I googled it and found out that my movies (which are from the iTunes store) are protected and won't play on anything not authorized by apple.
I guess there's nothing I can do to fix that.