[App_rpt-users] Installing DIAL on Rpi2

Steve Zingman szingman at msgstor.com
Sat Mar 12 09:05:36 EST 2016


I did a install from the web site a couple of weeks ago without a 
problem. Maybe a damaged download? Try a different SD card?

On 03/12/2016 08:52 AM, Eric Meth wrote:
> I am using a keyboard, mouse and HDMI monitor and the screen just 
> comes up with multiple colours. In checking on google they refer to it 
> as a multiscreen. Perhaps I have the wrong terminology. It does not 
> show anything loading on the screen as other images do. It is also 
> called Rainbow Screen.
> researching seems to suggest I may have a kernal7.img file problem. I 
> replaced it on the sd card, but it did the same thing (Hand on Bootup 
> Screen)
> Eric
>
> On 12/03/2016 8:41 AM, Steve Zingman wrote:
>> Eric,
>> I've used Win32DiskImager. What do you mean by multiscreen?
>>
>> On 03/12/2016 08:38 AM, Eric Meth wrote:
>>> I have downloaded the Raspberry Pi2 System image from Allstarlink.org
>>> (I have installed Rasbian, Debian, NOOBS, and other files and they 
>>> work properly!)
>>> When I put the DIAL image onto an SD card I only get a multi-screen 
>>> on bootup and nothing else.
>>> I have tried Win32DiskImager, rufus-2.7 and SDFormatter and get the 
>>> same results
>>> Anyone have a suggestion to put the image on a card that boots 
>>> properly???
>>> I have been working on this for over a week.
>>> The DIAL Image onto a computer installs properly!
>>> Eric - ve3ei
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