Yes, the logs have been uploaded correctly, thank you.
Let’s start with
R4489. Have you assembled the unit yourself? Even if not, can you please check that all the connections are sound between the sensors, the blue Shake board and the Raspberry Pi board? Also, please check that the microSD card is correctly inserted into its slot on the Pi board.
This is the message in the
postboot.log file that prompts me to suggest this course of action, on top of the BOOTING message you receive:
2020 287 06:04:50: Setting Serial Port Name: HW Revision: a02082 / Port Name: /dev/ttyS0
2020 287 06:05:07: Unable to read Firmware version number off of Serial Port /dev/ttyS0 after trying for 15 seconds, cannot continue!
2020 287 06:05:07: Is the Pi computer connected to the Raspberry Shake Board? Please confirm and try again.
Going on the
RAC17 unit instead, you are indeed getting some data. The only issue is that it seems that, using again the
postboot.log file, we have a DNS problem, where the Shake cannot reach our servers:
2020 287 03:39:52: Unable to resolve hostname 'raspberryshake.net', most likely no DNS server available
2020 287 03:39:52: No internet connection found
2020 287 03:40:02: Unable to resolve hostname 'raspberryshake.net', most likely no DNS server available
Since you are doing stand-alone activities, this should not impact what you want to achieve too much, but if you need them, I can post the steps to solve it.