In order to make your power button on ODROID-U3 work, you may have to install
acpid at first. Otherwise, the power button won’t even work.
I use latest Debian Wheezy on this board while MATE as the desktop environment. However, after installed
acpid, the system is to shutdown immediately when I press the power button.
Let’s see what
acpid does when power button clicked, the contents of
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I purchased an ODROID-U3 (Community Edition) from HardKernel a couple of days ago. It runs much faster than what I expected. Anyway, I’d love to share my experience related to this board. So, here we go. The first chapter: Resize partitions in the microSD card.
- A functional Linux* device (ODROID-U3 itself doesn’t count)
- A microSD card reader
*: Other UNIX-like OS may do the work as well, but I didn’t test it.
Let me write the procedures in advance.
- Back up the data from microSD card partitions.
fdisk to modify the disk partition table.
- Make new partitions
- Restore the data
Why don’t we just use
resize2fs? Because I need to enlarge the first partition whose format is vfat. So I have to move the second partition right, which means changing the second partition’s header. I don’t know how to manage that, so let us just go the old-fashioned way.