LarryM

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  1. Got notice that my Helios 4 is on it's way. Yay! But I have a question that I don't see here. I followed the topic of creating, I believe it was a raid 10 with four disks, and I think that's where I want to end up, but I only have two drives right now. Can I go ahead and start with just the two, and easily and the other two at a later date? Or would I be better off waiting until I can get the other two drives?
  2. I'm not sure what you're asking, I'm assuming you want me to reboot with the KVM plugged into LePotato, then ssh into it from another PC, and run that command? I didn't get the part about "or use the uart" FYI, if I run it now (with the KVM plugged in and working) I get /var/log/armhwinfo.log had been uploaded to http://sprunge.us/fjQM I assume there's no cut-n-paste in this terminal emulator?
  3. Oh, and kinda cool - conky works. There doesn't seem to be a conky-manager, but cool to have this handy tool.
  4. I'm not sure what you're asking, I'm assuming you want me to reboot with the KVM plugged into LePotato, then ssh into it from another PC, and run that command? I didn't get the part about "or use the uart" FYI, if I run it now (with the KVM plugged in and working) I get /var/log/armhwinfo.log had been uploaded to http://sprunge.us/fjQM I assume there's no cut-n-paste in this terminal emulator?
  5. I have another (sort of) boot issue - I have a Windows PC, a Ubuntu PC, a security system, and now LePotato that I'm trying to share the keyboard/mouse/video thru an IoGear KVM switch. LePotato seems to have a boot issue with the keyboard and mouse coming in on 1 USB connection. If I plug in independent mouse and keyboard and go thru the boot, then I can unplug them and plug in the combined from the switch its fine. However, if I boot with the combined plugged in, then it seems to have neither mouse nor keyboard. Not the end of the world, but if there's any thing you can think of, or at least put it on someone's list to look at, that'd be swell. Oh, one other thing - is there a way to turn audio off going out the HDMI and make it come out the audio plug? thanks, Larry
  6. I have a similar problem, but discovered this: a) if the hdmi port is connected to the monitor, there will be no display when booting completes. b if the hdmi port is disconnected on *restart* but plugged in when the blue light starts to flash, the monitor will be squashed to only the top half of the screen c) if the hdmi port is disconnected and power is shutdown, then booted, and when the blue light flashes then plug the monitor in, then display will be normal and everything is fine. I assume there's a timing problem someplace, but I'm not savvy enough for that, some help ??