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|Question #247:||My MPL SBC does not [boot|start] up. What can I do?|
|Answer:|| First of all, what precisely is meant by "does not [boot|start] up"?
Is the system not powering up at all or is there some reaction / output from the BIOS/bootloader, but no operating system is loaded or started?
If it is the former, please do the following:
Please note that the above is just a rough list of things to check and try. Please use the corresponding manual for detailed information and precise instructions for a particular MPL product.
|Question #248:||The RESET LED is blinking. What's wrong?|
|Answer:||This means that the internal power supply of the SBC has detected an overload or even short-circuit condition on one of its power rails.
Please follow the steps below:
|Question #377:||Is the CEC 4 fully supported out of the box by Debian GNU/Linux?|
|Answer:||No, not yet. However, when using an adapted kernel, the armel port of Debian wheezy works perfectly on the CEC4. If you want to install Debian yourself, please contact MPL AG for suitable kernel packages and an installer image for Debian wheezy. We are working towards inclusion of the CEC 4 in the next Debian iteration, though.|
|Question #388:||What processor exactly is used in the CEC 4?|
|Answer:||The CEC 4 uses an ARMv5TE-compliant Marvell Kirkwood 88F6281 SOC. See the Marvell site for more information.|