Dave, KI6ETL

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  • in reply to: Module Downloads Appear Broken #3421

    I hadn’t gone as far to check the zip file, as I was working on something else. I am seeing errors with unzipping the files as well.

    in reply to: Module Downloads Appear Broken #3419

    Thanks! I can confirm that it is working properly now!

    Dave, KI6ETL

    in reply to: ORP 2.1.2 #3366

    I actually ran into something similar. Although the image was updated to include the new Raspberry Pi 4, they’ve seemingly had new revisions of the board. I had to take the SD card and put it in a RPi3, so a
    sudo apt-get update
    and then
    sudo apt-get upgrade
    to get the newer kernel and firmware. Once that was completed, I put it back in my new RPi4 and it worked fine.

    I’ think the 260mb being seen from the imaging was likely just the FAT32 /boot that would be seen by Windows. From the later post it does show there were other partitions (but Windows doesn’t know how to read them.
    If you cut out the other stuff from that post:

    Partition 1:
    Type: FAT32 LBA (0x0c)
    Size: 256 MB (268435968 bytes)
    Start Sector: 8192, Boot: No
    Partition 2:
    Type: GNU/Linux (0x83)
    Size: 7.1 GB (7671382016 bytes)
    Start Sector: 540672, Boot: No

    Windows can’t (without effort) show the contents of that 2nd partition.

    My theory is the image is fine and being written correctly, but the current image can’t handle recently made RPi4. This isn’t a terribly uncommon problem with the RPi’s. They get minor updates/tweaks and require updated firmware to be usable.

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