Tackling Graceful Shutdowns on the GBZ

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Re: Tackling Graceful Shutdowns on the GBZ

Post by triticus » Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:31 am

Hey,

First thank you for this! Incredibly helpful work here.

I'm having an issue when I move the SD card to a standalone pi 3 to use it's wifi and usb ports. The battery monitor runs the shutdown timer because there is no battery attached to the pi 3, I assume. And it shuts down my pi 3 in 60 seconds.

Is there a way to prevent this from happening? Disabling the battery monitor temporarily, or tricking the pi 3 to not send the low/no battery signal to the battery monitor script?

Much appreciated!
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Re: Tackling Graceful Shutdowns on the GBZ

Post by 144TECH » Sun Mar 12, 2017 3:55 pm

@ triticus
The best option would be to clone your image and write on another sd card. and remove the shutdown commands offcourse.
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Re: Tackling Graceful Shutdowns on the GBZ

Post by correia5022 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 3:32 am

By any change will this work for the generic power charger (bangood/aliexpress)?
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