3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 29, 2018 4:21 AM by phillou53

    Pi Desktop



      just bought a RPI desktop box, and installed the RPI.  All good.


      As part of testing, I pulled the power from the unit (power does go off regularly in our area) and then powere the unit back up again.  The desktop unit does NOT power up the RPI until a human presses the power button.  This is is a different logic to a regular RPI which would start up when it receives power.


      By needing to press a button, the desktop cannot reliably run unattended or in a cupboard.  It needs attention from a human at all times.


      Any chance there is an option to override this logic and simply start if power is applied to the box?