ControlBlock Installed - But Doesn't shut down PI
Sorry, I confused it with the PowerBlock.
The logs of the ControlBlock should be in in the file
2020-05-19 03:30:50.802 DEBUG  [Logger::logMessage@18] Starting ControlBlock driver.
2020-05-19 03:30:50.811 DEBUG  [Logger::logMessage@18] Created configuration. isEnabled: true, address: 0, pad type: arcade, power switch: true, only one gamepad: false
2020-05-19 03:30:50.812 DEBUG  [Logger::logMessage@18] Created configuration. isEnabled: false, address: 2, pad type: arcade, power switch: false, only one gamepad: false
2020-05-19 03:30:50.838 DEBUG  [Logger::logMessage@18] Enabled power signal.
2020-05-19 03:30:50.838 DEBUG  [Logger::logMessage@18] Created PowerSwitch. doShutdown: 1
2020-05-19 03:30:50.838 DEBUG  [Logger::logMessage@18] Starting gamepad polling ...
Looks like it's calling the Shutdown in the second last line!
Have you heard about any undervoltage warnings when using the control block with a Raspberry Pi 4?
Ever since I switched it over to my Rp 4 i've been getting under voltage warnings. I'm using the same canakit power supply i used on my Rp3 through the control block. The only USB device i have plugged in as a logitech wireless keyboard dongle.
Answered my own question. I'm using a Canakit 5v - 2.5amp Mirco-Usb raspberry 3 charger.
Because the PI4 requires 5.v at 3 amp my Canakit Micro Usb is underpowering it via the Micro Usb power on the RP4.
To rectify this I ordered the "Argon ONE Raspberry Pi UL Listed Power Supply 5.25 Volts 3 Amps" off amazon.
I'm certain this will resolve my under voltage issues.
@k0zmir Post for Postery incase anyone else runs a control block on a pi 4.
What you need to actually do is buy a USB C to MICRO USB adapter to use on the USB C power supply. After ordering a new 3 AMP micro usb power supply, I noticed that the offical pi 4's run at 3.5 amps. I didn't realize at the time USB C to MicroUSB adapters existed.
Hope this post helps someone.
Sorry for this late reply.
I am glad to hear that things are working now for you!