First post here! Hoping someone can shed some light on this…
I am in the process of building a Raspberry Pi for a Kiosk-type touchscreen setup. Because of this, I purchased the OnOff SHIM to easily power it on and off when needed without having to open our case for the Pi and Touchscreen.
Here is what I am currently running:
- Raspberry Pi 3 B+ (Production Date: 2017 on board)
- Fresh install of Raspbian Stretch (11/13/2018 Build)
( I have also tried it with the GUI and light versions of Stretch and Jessie)
- Using the OnOff SHIM solder to the risers that came with the kit, pictured below:
I have run the: “curl https://get.pimoroni.com/onoffshim | bash” on each of the fresh installs with no errors popping up. If I manually run “sudo /lib/systems/system-shutdown/gpiopoweroff poweroff” Then it will cleanly shut down the board with the verbose messages showing the correct pins 17 & 4”. However, a button press on the SHIM or with an attached button to the button pads results in nothing happening.
I have scoured this forum as well as a few YouTube videos for a fix, but have come up with nothing.
If anyone can assist with this I would greatly appreciate it. It is the only thing only holding back my project at the current time. Thanks again!