> I'm hoping someone can help me. I'm new to Overo.
> I followed the steps like the others to start on Palo35 and overo fire.
> However, I forgot to put the usb console first.
> When I power up the palo25, the overo blinks for a bit, and dissapears.
> It doesn't seem to blink anymore.
> The usb console lights up, but overo never seems to boot.
> Could I have broken my Overo? or is it my palo35?
> What do I do....? I suppose there is no warranties for stupidity?
> Thanks in advance.
> Joe2 wrote:
>> shahul wrote:
>>> I am trying to get Overo Series Summit started. I did the "Launch kermit,
>>> configure it, and connect to the Overo" step successfully.
>>> Problem: When I connect power to the board, LED illuminates on the Overo
>>> COM, but boot messages does not appear on kermit session.
>>> Please guide.
>>> I am following the steps outlined here
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>> Ok I'll start with the easy mistake question then the harder. So first you
>> set up and configure Kermit i.e.
>> $ kermit -l /dev/ttyUSB0
>> C-Kermit>set flow-control none
>> C-Kermit>set carrier-watch off
>> C-Kermit>set speed 115200
>> /dev/ttyUSB0, 115200 bps
>> Now when you plug in the Summit board you should get the LED by the
>> console USB to light.
>> ( you can actually plug it in before connecting with kermit)
>> now you power it and get the other LED to light.
>> Assuming this is correct I suggest these two other things.
>> A: re-seat the COM, maybe a mis-alignment on some pins.
>> B: make sure that ttyUSB0 is the right port for your setup. Try ttyUSB1 or
>> What OS and Version are you using?