You’re welcome Don. Sorry to hear about the family issue. I hope everything is alright.
On the device that is showing the errors did you update through the admin interface or was it Kolibri that updated? If it was RACHEL the problem could be that the changes I’ve made for the Raspberry-Pi are not reflected in the RACHEL-Plus content shell if it’s syncing and updating to a different content shell. The shutdown/restart button missing makes me think this is the problem as I had to fix the same issue before Unless they reflect my changes that fix the admin interface on the pi, the content shell shouldn’t be updated. Sorry I should have mentioned that. I have tested the “check version” button and it doesn’t seem to update, but I believe they are working on some fixes for a bug people were reporting so that might be it if there’s a new version out.
Your error output matches a bug known to happen with SSDs and Linux kernel 4.10 which I’m reading about. It looks like there are multiple settings that could help, but the one most likely culprit is discussed here this link and the last comment gives the following instructions.
- Make sure the file /boot/config.txt has the value “max_usb_current=1”
- Run the command “sudo sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_early_retrans=0”
/boot/config.txt can be accessed if you plug the SSD into a windows PC as /boot is accessible in Windows. You can edit it in linux by doing the following.
- “sudo nano /boot/config.txt”
- Change the setting for max_usb_current to 1
- “CTRL + X, Y, Enter” to save the changes.
I hope this helps. If not I will dig further into the problem. Unfortunately I don’t have an SSD to test with right now. Let me know how this goes.