I mean, I now do 'poweroff' and that works kinda. But then the linuxloader doesn't quit. How do I go back to the nspire OS without having to do a reset?
Or is brute-force the only possible way?
I am on a TI-nspire CAS.
Buildcode thing: P-0510B
If I remember well, the
And I suddenly seem not be able to use the usb-hub anymore...
I mean, yesterday I was able to use the usb-hub to boot from usb-stick and attach other stuff, but today it doesn't boot...
Why the hell can this be?
It's currently not known how to power off the calculator fully, so all it can do is a hardware reset..
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And well, I still haven't got it working again with the usb-hub.
I found this article online. Might 'backfeeding' be the problem?
My father just checked if that possibly could be the problem and it isn't.
My usb-hub has a protection against that 'backfeeding'.
So then I don't know what the problem is...
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