The Unix command screen doesn't appear when DreamPi 1.7 SD card is plugged
2) if both .IMG files represent the true size, then why is DreamPi 1.6 sized at about 2.7 GB, yet DreamPi 1.7, which supposedly should have more code to deal with the Virtual Concepts' Ooga Booga, NFL, NBA, and NCAA games weighs in at a slim 1.9 GB.
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sudo tail -f /var/log/syslog
tripletopper wrote:The Rainbow screen did NOT come on. Instead it flasherd white for like a frame or 2 when plugged into the Component output to my CRT TV. Then it remained Black The screen did flash white when power was added last after the modem, Keyboard, ethernet TV Hookup and Dial up cable.
So it didn't Flash right.
I see your link, and I have both etcher and LATER i tried Apple Pi Baker BECAUSE Etcher wasn't working. Apple-Pi baker has no insturciotns on how to do this. Raspberry Pi has no MNAc AND DreamPi spicific instrucitons.
@dcinigma, maybe you'd like to give instructions on how to flash using Etcher. I can't figure out how to Flash a DreamPi IMG using Etcher. Heck, you can get Dreamcastic to post a link on DreamPi IMG flashing on macintosh if YOU make instructions as either a webpage or a YouTube Video.
Also Dreamcastic's YouTube DreamPi install video only has both pictorial AND DreamPi-speciifc instructions for PC. I'd like to see a video link for Macintosh. The current link he gives is too cryptic to follow, because you need some Terminal knowledge to do this right,and it talks about too many extraneous things and I don't want to know all possible things, just enough to Flash a DreamPi SD Img.
As to why I have 10.9? Most things run in 10.9 except websites in Safari, but that's what Chrome is for. By the way, this is a secondary computer. My primary computer is 10.14, but it's real slow. and might be on its last legs, because the Computer is a 2013 iMac, and is due for an upgrade. The 10.9 computer is a max memory, max operating system for a 2008 iMac.
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