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  • #11724

    Hengehall
    Participant

    I’ve been trying to run a crumble off a raspberry pi. I’ve tried two crumbles, a Pi 3 and a Pi 4 and I’m getting the same problem – the GUI just won’t pick up the crumble. The Pi can see it as a USB device, but I can’t get anything to run on it. It looks like there is a driver missing. Any ideas?

    #11727

    Joseph
    Keymaster

    Hi there,

    Are you running Buster? We did a quick test a few weeks ago and it seemed to work.

    We will do some more tests here, though. In the meantime it might be worth reinstalling the deb file.

    Best wishes,

    Joseph

    #11747

    Hengehall
    Participant

    Yes – on Buster. I’ll try again. Since this morning I’ve tested it on a Mac and all was OK. The crumble HW is definitely OK.

    #11770

    Hengehall
    Participant

    Update – now got it running on a Pi 3 which is running stretch, so it looks like it’s a buster issue.

    #11771

    Joseph
    Keymaster

    Really strange! We just tested on Buster on a Pi 3 and it worked first time. Currently setting up a Pi 4 to test…

    Are you installing by simply double-clicking the deb file, or are you using the command line?

    After we’ve finished testing on the Pi 4, we’ll try a few different things to see if we can break it!

    Joseph

    #11772

    Hengehall
    Participant

    I tried installing both ways. Let me know how you get on with the Pi 4 – I’m going to install a fresh image on my SD card to see if that makes a difference.

    #11773

    Joseph
    Keymaster

    Looks like it is a problem with the USB library on the Pi 4. Not sure what’s changed yet, but we’re investigating now…

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