Now the robovero won't even power the overo.  I plug it in and then the green light on the overo between the two blue leds just flashes at about 3Hz....   I hope the overo is not damaged.



On Sun, Aug 28, 2011 at 12:46 PM, Brett Hemes <hemes001@gmail.com> wrote:
OK correction, IC6 is uncomfortably hot to the touch but even hotter is IC3 on the bottom of the board (the lcp1769).... I actually just burned myself on it.


On Sunday, August 28, 2011, Brett Hemes <hemes001@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Roger,
>
> I saw your post right after I submitted mine; seems to be the same problem.
>
> Regarding the heat, I don't recall this happening.  I touched most of the components around the power jack yesterday and all was well.  I will check again when I get home...
>
> Brett
>
> On Sunday, August 28, 2011, Roger Unwin <roger.unwin@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is IC6 (near the power jack) on yours really hot to the touch when the board is powered?
>>
>>
>> On Aug 28, 2011, at 9:54 AM, Brett Hemes <hemes001@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> I recently purchased an Overo Fire with a robovero board and have managed to get Ubuntu (natty) up and running with wifi from a sd card.  Up until this point the robovero was only necessary for the console port and power.
>>>
>>> Moving on I am now trying to access the robovero's functionality and am having issues.  First of all I do not see it in the dev folder (niether in angstrom or ubuntu).  Further investigation I realized I never get a heartbeat (or any led action except for a solid green next to the usb).
>>>
>>> I think something is wrong with the board itself or that the firmware is missing.  I can see the jtag so maybe I can get new firmware onto it....
>>>
>>> Anyone else have this issue or possibly know what is wrong?
>>>
>>> Thanks much,
>>> Brett
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