I’m currently setting the DIP switch so that I need to manually turn the mangoh red board on.
In order to turn off the board, i’m running a software which checks the status of the GPIO35 pin (which is connected to a button) and then issues the “poweroff -f” bash command.
Is this the proper way of shutting down the board?
Sometimes I’m noticing an issue. In particular, when powering back on the board after a while it turns off. I connected via the console and I saw the following:
[SIMPLE_RIL_INTEGRITY] simple ril NW reg init complete SUCCESS (UNCONDITIONAL) stopped restart_mbimd (pid 929) [ 26.769662] mbim_read: Waiting failed [ 26.774546] mbim_release: Close mbim filestopped mbimd (pid 977) done Legato shutdown sequence Stopping Legato..[NOTIFICATION] NW_REG (NO SERVICE) ............ DONE. Finished Legato stop Sequence Stopping QCMAP_ConnectionManager: no QCMAP_ConnectionManager found; none killed Stopping netmgrd: stopped netmgrd (pid 682) done
Let me know if I need to post the entire console output dump.
Am I powering off the mangoh board the wrong way?