[Rpcemu] RPCEmu and Networking

Richard Torrens (lists) Lists at Torrens.org.uk
Sun Mar 1 07:19:40 PST 2015


In article <b70d8b9d54.Bernard at bapfish.plus.com>,
   Bernard Veasey <bernard at bapfish.org.uk> wrote:
> In message <549d7962d2Lists at Torrens.org.uk>
>           "Richard Torrens (lists)" <Lists at Torrens.org.uk> wrote:

> > My Iyonix failed. I bought a B+.

> > While I agree there are problems on the R-Pi and it's no match for a
> > 'proper' computer, networking is one thing that does work properly
> > on the R-Pi.
> >
> > The problems are with erratic keybord/mouase handling, and frequent disk
> > faults reported when accessing its µSD card.

> I have used several R-Pi computers (B 256MB, B 512MB and B+ 512MB)
> since they first came out and I have not once had a single disc fault 
> or corruption with any of them.

Interesting. 

I had the original card from ROOL. It corrupted cpmpletely. They replaced
the card. Maybe that was a little better. So I got the board replaced. No
significant difference.

I have also tried doubling up power supplies. No detectable difference.

Often using DiscKnight to check a reported error - no fault is found. If
one is found, DK can repair it. It feels like a timing error.

So maybe the µSD cards ROoL supply are not fast enough...


> I have always used Integral SD cards
> if that has anything to do with it.  An SD card like this:
> http://www.amazon.co.uk/Integral-UltimaPro-16GB-Class-Memory/dp/B0062CEL6O
> I have had an occasional key on the keyboard not work - but that
> is supposed to be cured with the latest RC14 version of RISC OS for
> the R-Pi.

Yes, just noticed the new RC14 release. I have ordered a class 10 SD card
(same speed as your link) - a lot faster that the class 4 that ROOL say is
needed. We will see!

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