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debug_leds-are-on [2017/01/25 15:53]
arthur
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-There is a series of [http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Light-emitting_diode LED]s on your board, near the center. ​+There is a series of [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Light-emitting_diode|LED]]s on your board, near the center. ​
  
-They are labelled ​{{VBB}} ( red ), {{3.3V}} ( orange ), and {{1}} {{2}} {{3}} and {{4}} ( all green ).+They are labelled ​<kbd>VBB</​kbd> ​( red ), <kbd>3.3V</​kbd> ​( orange ), and <kbd>1</​kbd>​ <kbd>2</​kbd>​ <kbd>3</​kbd> ​and <kbd>4</​kbd> ​( all green ).
  
 We are still only interrested in the green LEDs. We are still only interrested in the green LEDs.
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 Different behavior can represent different situations and problems for the board :  Different behavior can represent different situations and problems for the board : 
  
-<callout type="​success"​ icon="​true" ​type=" Normal pattern">​+<callout type="​success"​ icon="​true" ​title=" Normal pattern">​
  
 If your LEDs do this :  If your LEDs do this : 
  
-[[=image ​http://​chibidibidiwah.wdfiles.com/​local--files/​debug%3Aleds-are-on/​leds-normal.gif ​style="​background-color:#​222"​]]+{{http://​chibidibidiwah.wdfiles.com/​local--files/​debug%3Aleds-are-on/​leds-normal.gif}}
  
 Then the firmware is running, and the LEDs are displaying correct behavior. Then the firmware is running, and the LEDs are displaying correct behavior.
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-<callout type="​warning"​ icon="​true" ​type=" ​SD card ​problem">​+<callout type="​warning"​ icon="​true" ​title=" ​SD card ​problem">​
  
 If your LEDs do this :  If your LEDs do this : 
  
-[[=image ​http://​chibidibidiwah.wdfiles.com/​local--files/​debug%3Aleds-are-on/​leds-nosdcard.gif ​style="​background-color:#​222"​]]+{{http://​chibidibidiwah.wdfiles.com/​local--files/​debug%3Aleds-are-on/​leds-nosdcard.gif}}
  
 Then the firmware is running, but the board encountered a problem reading or accessing the SD card, or the configuration file on the SD card.  Then the firmware is running, but the board encountered a problem reading or accessing the SD card, or the configuration file on the SD card. 
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 </​callout>​ </​callout>​
  
-<callout type="​danger"​ icon="​true" ​type=" Firmware crash">​+<callout type="​danger"​ icon="​true" ​title=" Firmware crash">​
  
 If your LEDs do this :  If your LEDs do this : 
  
-[[=image ​http://​chibidibidiwah.wdfiles.com/​local--files/​debug%3Aleds-are-on/​leds-all.png ​style="​background-color:#​222"​]]+{{http://​chibidibidiwah.wdfiles.com/​local--files/​debug%3Aleds-are-on/​leds-all.png}}
  
 Or this :  Or this : 
  
-[[=image ​http://​chibidibidiwah.wdfiles.com/​local--files/​debug%3Aleds-are-on/​leds-14.png ​style="​background-color:#​222"​]]+{{http://​chibidibidiwah.wdfiles.com/​local--files/​debug%3Aleds-are-on/​leds-14.png}}
  
 Then the firmware is not running. Then the firmware is not running.
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 ==== ====
  
-[[a href="http://​smoothieware.org/​debug:​firmware_running" class="​btn btn-success btn-lg btn-block"​]] **Normal pattern** [[/a]]+[[http://​smoothieware.org/​debug:​firmware_running|Normal pattern]]
  
-[[a href="http://​smoothieware.org/​debug:​sd_card_problem" class="​btn btn-warning btn-lg btn-block"​]]**SD Card problem**[[/a]]+[[http://​smoothieware.org/​debug:​sd_card_problem|SD Card problem]]
  
-[[a href="http://​smoothieware.org/​debug:​firmware_crash" class="​btn btn-danger btn-lg btn-block"​]]**Firmware crash**[[/a]]+[[http://​smoothieware.org/​debug:​firmware_crash|Firmware crash]]