My Vero (version 1) crashed. No video output, no ethernet connection.
Last command I executed was probably:
Question is: Can I somehow get the device working again? Or is trying to fix it a waste of time (I don’t use the device for anything important, mostly for testing purposes, so wouldn’t be that bad if I broke it).
What I tried so far: Write new image via official osmc installer to the sd card (still no video output/connectivity).
If you power-cycle the Vero1 with the installation CD-card … does the red light of the SPDIF port goes OFF or stays ON?
So, that means the boot loader is not working, sounds very similiar to Update problem and errors - #11 by dandnsmith
Not clear to me what has changed but hope @sam_nazarko can shed some light.
Meanwhile: You have downloaded the newest Windows installer and used latest greatest OSMC version?
Yes, I just downloaded the installer (2 days ago I think) and used the 2017.12-1 image.
The 2017.12 image won’t give you any problems updating
Were you on a really old version before?
I did apt-get dist-upgrade regularly, if that’s what you mean.
Just redownloaded the installer. Complains about mounting problems.
It’s showing as read only. You could try using dd.
I ran the dd command from the log file. It’s booting.
Thanks a lot!