Well, my Pandora is set up to just disable the screen on lid close.
There is a switch-button at the front, which brings it into suspend.
To power off I have to use the menu.
Does the Pyra have a similar switch at the front?
I always thought that the aluminium plate would sit behind the outside plastic plate ... basically in the order RGB-LEDs, translucent-plastic-part, aluminium inlet and that all is pressing from the inside against the case. And the case has a smaller, rounded whole through which you can see the...
Hm, I kind of expected to be able to just mount or flash the microSD card when running from eMMC and vice versa. Like you do with a BeagleBone Black.
How would you flash the eMMC if you cannot access it from anywhere?
I run SuperZaxxon. Yes, the group "users" probably doesn't make any sense, I just picked it up from one of the posts above, it should be username:username.
When I said chown didn't change anything I meant to say that it made no difference. There was no error, ownership did change.
Mounting manually without options sais it can't recognize the filesystem, then tries ext4 and it actually mounts it as rw.
I even managed to wirte a file ...
Now I'm 100% confused.
Then why is it mounted as read only when mounting automatically? Even on different systems?
Probably I'll just...
well, chown myuser:users doesn't change anything, it is still mounted as read only. (No: chmod +w doesn't work either).
mount: /media/EXT4 not mounted already, or bad option
EXT4-fs (mmcblk0p1): Unrecognized mount option "umask=000" or missing value
I booted Linux on my...
I don't think ownership is a problem, all mount-points are owned by root:root. It just mounts it as read only. My 64GB SD-card has the same setup, a fat32 and a ext4 partition, I tried to do the same with the 128GB card to replace the 64GB for more space.
Checking dmesg (which I should have...
I'm a bit lost on this one:
I got a new 128GB SD card and want to create 2 partitions: half ext4, half fat32 (or anything else Windows likes).
Formatting seems to work fine, everything is ok with the fat32 partition, but the ext4 partition is read only!
fsck claims that everything is fine...
I think the white one looks very retro, which is why I like it. It should be more off-white, but it looks really cool.
I would still go for black, because after you got your sweaty hands on it for some intense gaming it will soon look like any old white keyboard does after a while.
To me it looks like you both mean the same thing, but you don't talk the same language.
The way I understand it, the problem is that the keymat is entirely black. Look at a picture of one: it's a big, black rubber-mat with keys on top. So if you light up the black rubber-mat from below (with an...