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    I need to see the boot process of the hardwire. As i cannot reproduce anything you are doing.
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  2. #102
    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I need to see the boot process of the hardwire. As i cannot reproduce anything you are doing.
    I took and posted pictures of everything that scrolled by during boot. What did I miss?

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    Wireless was enabled on that image. And the file netusb was not present.
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  4. #104
    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Wireless was enabled on that image. And the file netusb was not present.
    Argh. I misspelled netusb as "netsub". I changed it, the bootup sequence looked a little different, but...no connection.

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    When the system boots, can you type

    setup

    Go through the menus and turn off wifi, then reboot.
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  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    When the system boots, can you type

    setup

    Go through the menus and turn off wifi, then reboot.
    Did that. Finally got a network connection. But...now it doesn't see the ALSA/DAC...

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    Those messages are somewhat normal on boot of the zero....its pretty slow. ......Alsa retries until the card is found. The Done (6) means it took 6 attempts before the card was detected.
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  8. #108
    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Those messages are somewhat normal on boot of the zero....its pretty slow. ......Alsa retries until the card is found. The Done (6) means it took 6 attempts before the card was detected.
    Ok, cool, thanks.

    Iĺll be traveling for about two weeks. Iĺll check back then for the next steps now that I can get a network connection.

  9. #109
    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    The difference between the huge distributions and pCP is that we don't run large resource hogging daemons. The network managers can cycle through various settings when a connection fails, we cannot. In the majority of the cases everything works fine. Without having access to your WAP's there is not much else I can offer, other than some command line stuff.

    Since it seems you can connect a keyboard and monitor to your zeroW, there are a few things to run through. Once the device has fully booted, What is the output of this command? sudo iwlist wlan0 scanning

    There should be a whole bunch of WAP data printed, mainly interested in the data regarding the cell you are trying to connect.
    I'm back from vacation and I'm going back through this thread doing the commands you asked for. Here is the result from "sudo iwlist wlan0 scanning"

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  10. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    just lower case, we assume most windows users don't know how to remove the .txt, so we check for that. So now you have a USB hub can you connect a keyboard.

    need to see the contents of /var/log/pcp_boot.log
    Output from above command...

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