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  1. Hello. I wanted post it here: https://forum.fibaro.com/forum/129-other-solutions/ but i have no rights for it. First of all I want to say that it is totally not recommended to do it. If you have similar problems - ask for support first! DO IT ON YOUR OWN RISK! Probably this will end your warranty (but my already ended). Two days ago a need to do some electric works and I shutdown my HC2 by pressing power button. Then, when I finished - I switch it on leds start to blinking... but nothing hapened. I tried to boot to recovery but it did not boot also. I unscrewed left panel of HC and attach monitor to see whtats hapening. And I sawed that it is immediatly reboot after selcecting a boot device. It was a GRUB problem. This tutorial is for linux users. Btw, my HC2 version is 4.550. 1. You need: >=1Gb flash drive Keyboard Monitor with VGA connector Linux PC (you can prepare USB drive on Windows, but I do not know how, sorry) 2. Preparing flash drive Download Debian 6 image: https://cdimage.debian.org/mirror/cdimage/archive/6.0.10-live/amd64/usb-hdd/debian-live-6.0.10-amd64-rescue.img And flash it to usb drive (this will erase all your data on flash drive): dd if=debian-live-6.0.10-amd64-rescue.img of=/dev/sdc /dev/sdc - is your USB Flash. 3. Boot with prepared flash drive Power off HC2. Insert USB Flash. Remove fibaro recovery usb-drive. Press F10 like crazy after power on. Select your USB flash in menu. 4. Fixing grub When GRUB of flash drive appering - select failsafe mode and press enter After boot sequence will compleate you have about 5 minutes to fix your problem (after sometime something will reboot your HC2). Determine system drive device: ls -al /dev/disk/by-label You will see something like: ... lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 10 Nov 9 14:38 SystemFS -> ../../sdb2 ... So, sdb is your target drive. Mount SystemFS with write permissions: sudo mount /dev/disk/by-label/SystemFS /mnt -rw Install GRUB to your target device. sudo /usr/grub/grub-install --root-directory=/mnt /dev/sdb Now you need to fix grub.cfg vi /mnt/boot/grub/grub.cfg grub.cfg should become like this: set default="0" set timeout="5" menuentry "Buildroot" { set root=(hd0,msdos2) linux /boot/bzImage initrd /boot/initramfs boot } 5. Reboot Do not forget to remove your flash drive. It shodl boot normaly now.
  2. Hi. I backed a kickstarter project last year and the first one arrived yesterday It's called an omega2 and a very small form factor linux pc with built-in wifi. It's similar concept to raspberry pi but about 20% it size and cost 5$ https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/onion/omega2-5-iot-computer-with-wi-fi-powered-by-linux Should be useful for hosting ha bridges or other IoT type projects. The coin in the picture is a 20c euro Looking forward to getting it up and running
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