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#1 shuntera

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Posted 19 May 2016 - 04:56 PM

I reflashed and reinstalled my PCDUino 3B using this from the Downloads page

 

Ubuntu NAND Image [Kernel ,(use LiveSuite or PhoenixCard, note1) , Kernel (using Win32diskimagewrite or dd) ,07-21-2014, Kernel forLVDS screen (use LiveSuite or PhoenixCard), Kernel for LVDS (use

 

However once booted i go straight to command line even though in board-config.sh I have specified Desktop.

 

On trying to manually run 'lightdm' I get this following error message:

 

lightdm: error while loading shared libraries: libgio-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

 

Any idea how to resolve?



#2 Lmckay

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Posted 28 September 2016 - 10:21 PM

I had the same problem.

 

I purchased my pcDunino3B from Jaycar (in Sydney) but it had the LVDS kernel installed which means the HDMI output does not work.

Powering on the board showed NOTHING except a blinking LED (actually thought board was dead).

To use the HDMI output, I had to install a NON-LVDS kernel.

 

From the 3B page (http://www.linksprit...nano-pcduino3b/), I burned the "Ubuntu NAND Image ... 12-5-2014" listed at the top, then the "Ubunto 12-28-2015" OS. The board booted but attempts to do anything returned errors. apt-get update failed with errors you report.

 

Solution for me:

Go to the bottom of the page "Ubuntu 14" section. Burn kernel and OS from "https://s3.amazonaws...0141231.tar.gz"

 

Image from http://www.linksprit...e-for-pcduino3/ " Ubuntu 14" section also works (https://s3.amazonaws...AC_20150107.zip) but is for pcDuino3 instead. I don't know what the differences are.

 

WARNING: The file size is now about 1.5GB (kernel & OS combined) and PhoenixCard takes a long time to Burn the SD card. Just wait for it to finish (approx 5-8 minutes).

 

Hopes this helps.






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