Raspberry Pi Recovery

Anyone who knows me knows I’m a Raspberry Pi enthusiast. One of my first Raspberry Pi projects was to see if I could run a web server on a Pi. So, I installed my LAMP stack, installed WordPress, etc. Several days later, I had the very first iteration of this website running on a Raspberry Pi from my home office. Then, one day, I came home to find my website was not responding. No big deal, I thought – I’ll just give my Raspberry Pi the old reboot and everything will be fine. Boy, was I wrong – after unplugging my power chord and plugging it back in, all I received was a solid red power LED and nothing else: no blinking green activity light – nothing.

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Brian Dunham is a Cisco and Microsoft certified network and systems engineer with over a decade of experience in the Information Technology field. When he is not in front of a computer he can be found out in the wilderness canoing, hiking, fishing, or camping.

Contact: brian.dunham@netris.us