the HDMI just shows the rainbow splash screen at the first start - forever!
I made a copy of the sd-card before with W32DiskImager and tried several sd-cards using this backup without any success.
A sd-card with Rasbian works without any problems. Using the same card with the backup shows the same as above.
The RasPi2 might be ok.
I also added boot_delay=1 (and =3) to give more time to load uboot.bin - also without success.
So it seemed that the kernel will not be loaded.
The RasPi2 might be ok.
So you are using a Raspberry Pi 3? I think this model is not supported yet.
No, I’m using a Raspberry Pi 2 Mod B V1.2
…so it looks like corrupted files on my sd-card originally sent with the box.
Does anyone knows where to download the sd-card image provided with the box or have I to return the complete box because of that?
It was requested several times and they will probably publish it at some point:
I just purchased a Next Cloud Box and broke my micro sd card. Is it possible to get a copy of the software which came on the card so I can create a new one?
No, i have the same problem. (sorry for my bad english) It is the CPU of the new Raspberry Pi2 Mb V1.2 Version it is a arm v8 BCM2837RIBG and not a BCM2836 (ARMv7). Ubuntu Core for Pi2 or Pi3 dons´t work of piece.
JasonBayton has an image:
I now have both a Gnome Disks .img file and a traditional DD .bin file available. Out of respect for the devs who don't want the image published I won't put a public link up. Anyone needing a copy of the sdcard image can contact me either through the forum DM system or via my site (linked in profile) and I'll provide a link with a set expiry date. Edit: No need to justify your request if you contact me, as interesting as the stories I've heard so far have been I'm more than happy to just rec…
sorry tflidd but this is not the problem, rather the cpu of the version 1.2. It is a arm v8 64bit and not a arm v7 32bit like the same cpu in the raspberry pi 3 and because of that Jasons image not running on this model.
Norman gave the right hint.
I found a note on E14 site: https://www.element14.com/community/community/raspberry-pi/raspberrypi2
Highlighting the move from A7 to A53 core. A53 can work in 32bit mode, but has a v8 ISA.
Upgrades are not always better
So, when can we expect a image working with Raspi2 v1,2 and Raspi 3?
Mac @Macst3r 19:03 - 28 nov. 2016
@Nextclouders Is there any date when the Box respectively the Ubuntu Core image will be capable running on a Raspberry Pi 3?
Nextcloud @Nextclouders 28 nov.
@Macst3r December 9 is the plan from @Canonical
Nice they put it on twitter before any of the hundreds of threads here