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    i'm interested to ask a question but every time i forget.
    I connect my Raspberry pi to battery and a Physical key for powering off (disconnecting power).
    AS i know about picoreplayer. developers said it is loaded to RAM completely. it means can power it off without shutdown from its OS.

    but I'm searching a way to turn it off from OS and a few seconds later power it off with my Physical key.
    like sending a command from LMS or windows script and run shutdown command. I think about SSH but it is not optimum for many picoreplayers at the same time.

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    Senior Member paul-'s Avatar
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    Take a look a the gpio-shutdown and gpio-poweroff overlays. There is an extra kernel module that needs loaded, but it's working rather well.

    It will be integrated into the next pCP.

    But I believe you can also setup the poweroff to work by just driving GPIO3 low, and then automatically restart by driving it high.
    piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM.
    Homepage: https://www.picoreplayer.org

    Please donate if you like the piCorePlayer

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    Quote Originally Posted by nimaazx View Post
    ....right now I don't have pcp and raspberry pi until tomorrow....
    Hi nimaazx,

    It is best not to post non-piCorePlayer questions in a piCorePlayer thread.

    We look at piCorePlayer threads and respond assuming the topic is related to piCorePlayer. It gets very confusing for everyone.

    regards
    Greg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Erskine View Post
    Hi nimaazx,

    It is best not to post non-piCorePlayer questions in a piCorePlayer thread.

    We look at piCorePlayer threads and respond assuming the topic is related to piCorePlayer. It gets very confusing for everyone.

    regards
    Greg
    ok.
    about my recent posts, i liked to share my solutions with anybody, that is faced my problem. i got answers before posting.
    my latest post was about shuting down os remotely.
    thank for your concern.

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