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I believe it is a smoothing capacitor and it is soldered with the black painted crescent facing towards the outer edge of the pi board, so that when you are looking at the power socket furthest away from you and the network socket nearest to you, the lettering is the right way round to read,
I received my RasbPi and started to use it with Debian6 and immediately after inputting the username and password I found that I needed to type STARTX for it to display anything on my screen. So now I have decided to try Arc-linux-arm and after a few failed attempts of typing username and password (...
- Sat Jun 16, 2012 7:58 am
- Forum: Troubleshooting
- Topic: STICKY: Getting Started with the Raspberry Pi
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Hi Everyone, I'm a first time forum user, but established pc assembler and repairer. I have received my RP and having connected the HDMI cable from it to my monitor and powered up, I expected to see some output on my screen, but there is none. Is there no output, because there is no BIOS or does an ...