Have you enabled SPI in /boot/config.txt?ImmerStudent wrote:Thanks, I executed the 3 commands successfully, but I still get 'no such device' when I execute modprobe spi-bcm2708
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That's quite a different kernel to the one on my RPis and from reading other recent posts around here (with similar problems, e.g. http://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewt ... 7&p=717710) it seems you installed Raspbian via BerryBoot? I'd say it's a Berryboot issue, perhaps you have to set that dtparam=spi boot option elsewhere?ImmerStudent wrote: The version of Raspbian (from uname -r) is 3.18.6-v7i-aufs
Get a USB SDCard reader. Mount the Berryboot card and take a look at it with fdisk -l.ImmerStudent wrote:
As a former IBM mainframe sysprog and new to Linux, I have no idea how to find the partition layout or where I might find Berryboot's config.txt, as I have assumed that it would be opaque to the guest OS's file manager. I can only find the guest Raspbian's config.txt.