I might also add that one solution to a monitor is to get an hdmi to
micro hdmi cable and plug in the hdmi end to your regular monitor
(assuming you have a separate monitor and your laptop/desktop uses
another connector such as display port). Then monitor inout selector
can make the temporary switch to the RPi4
On Fri, Mar 5, 2021 at 12:13 PM David W. Legg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> So, I installed Fedora-Minimal-33-1.3.aarch64.raw.xz on my RPI4, fully
> updated it (05/03/2021) turned on root logins using ssh and turned off
> It boots nicely and lets me login etc., until I try and boot without a
> monitor on one of the HDMI connectors.
> The LEDs cycle around the same patterns repeatedly, including lighting
> the Ethernet LEDs.
> But I can't login. I assume it is stuck looking for a non-existent
> monitor on the HDMI connector.
> Any advice, please?
> David Legg
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