Tree It was only once when the blue LED of the cape stopped blinking after clicking the button very quickly over a long time,
were the lights on the PocketBeagle still blinking?
Tree saved my 'mount' and 'mergerfs' configurations through 'nano /etc/fstab'.
What changes were you making? is it possible that that broke something? If you have a Linux machine you could mount the SD card on the host and try and revert those changes. Or if you have a BeagleBone Black (e.g.: as part of a bigger Bela), you could boot from its eMMC, then insert the SD card, log into it, mount the SD card partition and edit the file.
Can you see any of the following devices appear on your computer after a while that board is connected?
- network ( on mac/Linux you would see it running
ip a if the former is not available)
- serial ( on mac/Linux, you would see it with
- MIDI (on mac you would see it in Audio MidI setup, on Linux you would see it with
- external disk (on mac you would see it in the desktop and or in
/Volumes/BELABOOT, on Linux it would show up somewhere like
If none of the above shows up, you need a UART adapter (or another Bela) to try and see what's going on. See here for more info on how to connect from one Bela to another via UART.
Ultimately, unless you have some files on the board that you depend on, the best thing would be the just reflash the SD card and start anew.