Questions tagged [watchdog]

a watchdog timer is a simple, low-level electronic timer to detect faults in program execution and recover from malfunction, usually by rebooting the system.

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Watchdog service doesn't kick /dev/watchdog in OSMC

I have installed watchdog service on OSMC/Raspberry Pi 3. It starts now automatically, but doesn't touch the /dev/watchdog device. How I check this: ls -l /dev/watchdog crw------- 1 root root 10, ...
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Cannot install the watchdog package

I have recently updated the OS on my Pi to Raspbian Stretch and having problems setting up the watchdog. Namely when I try to download the package I get the following error message: $ sudo apt-get ...
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Add delay to startup Watchdog on boot Raspberry

I set up the watchdog to reboot my Raspberry if : fails ping, overheating and if a file is not updated for more than 3 minutes. Now I have a problem: the watchdog start on boot of my Raspberry, but I ...
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Changing watchdog timeout on RPi3

I want to change the timeout value of RPi (I use RPi3) internal watchdog. I wrote the simple application like so: #include <sys/ioctl.h> #include <errno.h> #include <unistd.h> #...
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Watchdog doesn't load in Raspberry pi 2

I have an raspberry py 2 running debian stretch and I have done all procedures to load watchdog, but I can't get module to work....it just doesn't show anything, even error! I can see watchdog 'device'...
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How to set up multiple wifi networks?

I know how to set up multiple wifi networks, as in this question. However, I have additional needs not addressed there: First: How do I know which network made the connection (for instance, in the ...