Thanks very much for the suggestions, but unfortunately the screen still is not working.|
I have tried the LCD with Raspbian with the same result that I had with Lubuntu: When I apply power, all I get are solid red and green LEDs and no activity.
I have tried this with both HDMI and the LCD Screen connected at the same time, and with only the screen connected, with both Raspbian and Lubuntu, with the same result--just solid red and green LEDs. I can't SSH into the Pi because it is pretty clear that the boot process never really gets going.
Each OS was on a different SD card.
I have seated and reseated the screen cable several times. The silver side of the cable is facing away from the Network Socket.
At what point in the boot process does script.bin come into play--at the very beginning? Does script bin require any special permissions, etc. Should I be copying script.bin as user root instead of bananapi?
Is there some way to independently test the screen to see if it is o.k.? When I use the old script.bin with the screen attached, there is no activity on the screen, but the system boots-I assume that is normal?