I have 10 newly-purchased Pi S (SKU RS308-D4) that I am having trouble getting started.
I tried the following images with multiple 8GB SanDisk SD-cards, using multiple physicals SD-card-readers, and flashing in both Windows and Linux, and also using multiple power adapters.
All of this equipment has been used extensively on numerous Orange PIs without any problem.
rock-pi-s_debian_bullseye_cli_b36.img: sometimes works on first boot, sometimes not. Even when it does work on first boot, it always hangs after running “sudo reboot” (even when that’s the first command I enter). Sometimes the image that doesn’t works on one Pi, does work on another Pi (for a single boot).
Should I be doing some update immediately after the first boot does succeed?
rockpi-s-debian-buster-server-arm64-20220801-0112-gpt.img: doesn’t boot.
rockpis_debian_buster_server_arm64_20210924_0412-gpt.img: boots, but this is a very old image…
Is there a better image to use for the Rock Pi S?
Per the Radxa wiki, v1.3 should end with the letter “s”, but mine starts with an “s”.
Maybe this is a v1.2?
Here area the details:
- I need the following capabilities:
3.1. Playing audio
3.3 RTC support for DS3231
Is all the above supported on the old image
@radxa, Any help is most appreciated here!