Flashing tool: Balena - Flashing and verification are successful
The boot process succeeded the first time. I was able to log in via user/pass however I didn’t realize updates were performed in the background so I attempted to perform them manually. When that didn’t work, I rebooted the machine, and it fell into this reboot loop which I have attempted many different ways to resolve, unsuccessfully.
I’ve tried reflashing the SD card with Ubuntu (Etcher) and Raspbian (Etcher and rpi imager) a few times. I’ve disconnected/reconnected the power supply. It all ends the same way.
Hopefully I’m able to post the image of the terminal output after I create my post.
After trying 10+ times last night, several times with a different SD card, I pulled the card out of the potato, and went to bed. I woke up, discovered the reboot button, pressed it, inserted the SD card, inserted power cable, and it booted into Ubuntu no problem.
I ran ‘sudo apt upgrade’ and when it finished ran ‘sudo reboot’.
I am now back in the reboot loop I initially described. No combination of removing/inserting the SD card / power cable and pushing the reboot button is helping. Any ideas are welcome.
I’m having the same issue where the potato continuously reboots. I even tried removing keyboard/hdmi and I can see that it is still rebooting (green LED goes off about 30 seconds after going on cyclically).
I was flashing with Win32 DiskImager with Ubuntu Base 22.04.1 and 22.10 and with Raspberry Pi Imager with bullseye and buster.