You will "always be waiting for a new image" - it is a continual evolution......piMichu wrote:@ShiftPlusOne, thanks for reply. So I am kindly waiting for new .img
Yes, I know. So i will be waiting for appropriate package of evolution .imgtexy wrote:You will "always be waiting for a new image" - it is a continual evolution......
What do you mean by "appropriate" - what feature(s) are you looking for?piMichu wrote:Yes, I know. So i will be waiting for appropriate package of evolution .imgtexy wrote:You will "always be waiting for a new image" - it is a continual evolution......
No, it won't. You have something configured improperly.piMichu wrote:I hope that new image will help me with wrong mount my disk during boot RPi2.
No - keep it public so that we can all seepiMichu wrote:Could you Help me in PM ?
Ok let's get normaltexy wrote:No - keep it public so that we can all see
When type command:texy wrote:You need to answer RaTTuS question from here :
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pi@raspberrypi ~ $ lsusb Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0424:9514 Standard Microsystems Corp. Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0424:ec00 Standard Microsystems Corp. Bus 001 Device 007: ID 152d:2338 JMicron Technology Corp. / JMicron USA Technology Corp. JM20337 Hi-Speed USB to SATA & PATA Combo Bridge pi@raspberrypi ~ $
OP is probably not booting to GUI if using the Pi as NAS.Jednorozec wrote:You shouldn't have to make any changes to have it mounted when you boot up. By default, the file manager mounts all of the drives that it finds.
A little off topic. Please, could you post a link to the adapter you're using? I'm looking for one working well. Thanks.rpdom wrote: I'm using the same type of USB adaptor and it is working perfectly with a 2.5 inch 500GB SATA drive, although in my case the root fs is on the drive and the Pi waits for the drive to start.
When I boot without the disk RPi2 starts all right. Then I plug the usb cable from disk (it's already turn on to power). After that RPi mount hdd.Jednorozec wrote:What happens if you boot without the disk and then connect it?
I found some information on this forum that RPi2 is boot to fast and it should be added to cmdline.txt: rootdelay=5 (or 10).Joe Schmoe wrote:OP is probably not booting to GUI if using the Pi as NAS.
Anyway, it sounds like some necessary part of the OS isn't getting initialized soon enough - i.e., by the time the mount is attempted. This usually happens when people try to mount stuff in /etc/fstab.
This tips with /etc/rc.local didn't work out either.Joe Schmoe wrote:It should work in /etc/rc.local - and it will work there, if you wait long enough. That is, keep re-trying until it succeeds (with a suitable delay between attempts).
However, having said that, I don't recommend doing this in /etc/rc.local, especially if you are doing something like this with potentially infinite re-try, simply because you will, in the course of developing it, lock up your system and need to ask here about how to get it unlocked.
Could you please point me what phrase I must looking for?Joe Schmoe wrote: Rather, you should do it via the "auto-login and then run it from .profile method". Details on this are available various posts on the forum and/or by request to this author.
I get it that it's my fault that I can't set it up...not a Raspbian. I will try to change title of this topic.Joe Schmoe wrote:Finally, note that (as other posters have noted) none of this has anything to do with new versions of Raspian or any new "image files", so you might want to consider changing the thread title (I've heard that you, as a user, can do that, by editing the first post - I've never done it, but that's what I've heard). Note that this is just a suggestion, not a command or a requirement.
Sometimes at the same time... but for my test disk is always turn on and I just reboot RPi2.rpdom wrote:Do you power on the hard drive at the same time as the Pi, perhaps with the same switch, or do you power on the hard drive and wait for it to start first?
It's just one of the really cheap ones on ebay. I have two and they both seem to work with the Pi. Here's an example of one http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/221726776201troombatzia wrote:A little off topic. Please, could you post a link to the adapter you're using? I'm looking for one working well. Thanks.rpdom wrote:I'm using the same type of USB adaptor