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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard Passman View Post
    Sorry, I totally forgot to state I am using this on a RPI B3. That i why I am looking for the 32bit kernel. I've been loading B1 on it and all is well, but I would like to take advantage of the Bluetooth changes of B6. B7 works great on my PI4

    Howard
    b7 has 32 bit kernels for the Pi models earlier than the Pi4.

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    32bit b7

    On the download page it states that there is no 32 bit kernel in b7. Of course I tried to update from b1 to b7 twice before I read that :-)

    Thanks,

    Howard


    Quote Originally Posted by kmccourt View Post
    b7 has 32 bit kernels for the Pi models earlier than the Pi4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard Passman View Post
    On the download page it states that there is no 32 bit kernel in b7. Of course I tried to update from b1 to b7 twice before I read that :-)

    Thanks,

    Howard
    32 bit support has been removed from the Pi4 so it's now only 64bit; in earlier betas both options were available for the Pi4.

    I'm running b7 on a B+, 2B and 3B. I'm not sure there was an update path from b1 to b7 apart from fresh install.

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    32bit b7

    I have b1 so I fresh installed that and then did an insitu update to B7. It wouldn't boot after that and I don't have a screen to see what is happening. I did find that I have a b5 version so I am running that and it works fine and gives me what I wanted.

    Thanks,

    Howard


    Quote Originally Posted by kmccourt View Post
    32 bit support has been removed from the Pi4 so it's now only 64bit; in earlier betas both options were available for the Pi4.

    I'm running b7 on a B+, 2B and 3B. I'm not sure there was an update path from b1 to b7 apart from fresh install.

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    A pi3b/b+ should be using the armv7 kernel. Can you check your config.txt and post it?

    As for the spotty helper? Are you supplying a static binary? If so aarch64 should not be a problem. Otherwise how does Perl identify the arch? Can we wrap slimserver.pl with setarch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard Passman View Post
    On the download page it states that there is no 32 bit kernel in b7. Of course I tried to update from b1 to b7 twice before I read that :-)
    I updated the OP to clarify. B1 to B7 upgrade is a whole different problem.....B1 was a very early release, and was thrown together really quick. B7 should boot fine on any PI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    A pi3b/b+ should be using the armv7 kernel. Can you check your config.txt and post it?

    As for the spotty helper? Are you supplying a static binary? If so aarch64 should not be a problem. Otherwise how does Perl identify the arch? Can we wrap slimserver.pl with setarch?
    No, it's not a static binary for ARM. I had one for a while, but it recently caused more problems than the dynamically linked version.

    Wouldn't there be a way to get the config.txt from the web UI? I didn't find it...

    Code:
    # For more options and information see
    # http://rpf.io/configtxt
    # Some settings may impact device functionality. See link above for details
    
    [PI0]
    initramfs pcp_10.2.gz followkernel
    kernel kernel41980.img
    
    [PI1]
    initramfs pcp_10.2.gz followkernel
    kernel kernel41980.img
    
    [PI2]
    initramfs pcp_10.2v7.gz followkernel
    kernel kernel41980v7.img
    
    [PI3]
    initramfs pcp_10.2v7.gz followkernel
    kernel kernel41980v7.img
    
    [PI4]
    arm_64bit=1
    initramfs pcp_10.2v8.gz followkernel
    kernel kernel41980v8.img
    
    [ALL]
    
    cmdline cmdline.txt
    
    # uncomment if you get no picture on HDMI for a default "safe" mode
    #hdmi_safe=1
    
    # uncomment this if your display has a black border of unused pixels visible
    # and your display can output without overscan
    #disable_overscan=1
    
    # uncomment the following to adjust overscan. Use positive numbers if console
    # goes off screen, and negative if there is too much border
    #overscan_left=16
    #overscan_right=16
    #overscan_top=16
    #overscan_bottom=16
    
    # uncomment to force a console size. By default it will be display's size minus
    # overscan.
    #framebuffer_width=1280
    #framebuffer_height=720
    
    # uncomment if hdmi display is not detected and composite is being output
    
    # uncomment to force a specific HDMI mode (this will force VGA)
    #hdmi_group=1
    #hdmi_mode=1
    
    # uncomment to force a HDMI mode rather than DVI. This can make audio work in
    # DMT (computer monitor) modes
    
    # uncomment to increase signal to HDMI, if you have interference, blanking, or
    # no display
    #config_hdmi_boost=4
    
    # uncomment for composite PAL
    #sdtv_mode=2
    
    #----------------------------------------------------
    dtparam=i2c_arm=on,spi=on,i2s=on
    
    #---pCP----------------------------------------------
    # pCP does not use graphics chip by default, free up most memory
    gpu_mem=16
    initial_turbo=60
    disable_pvt=1
    
    # onboard audio overlay
    dtparam=audio=on
    audio_pwm_mode=2
    
    #Disable Bluetooth on both rpi3 and rpi0W
    dtoverlay=disable-bt
    
    # uncomment to overclock the arm. 700 MHz is the default.
    #arm_freq=
    #gpu_freq=
    #core_freq=
    #sdram_freq=
    #over_voltage=
    #force_turbo=
    
    # Force max current to USB
    max_usb_current=1
    
    # Remove audio hiss
    # disable_audio_dither=1
    
    #If booting from USB or network, enable this option to reduce CPU load looking for a non-existing card.
    #dtoverlay=sdtweak,poll_once
    
    # Screen rotation 0 => 0 degrees, 2 => 180 degrees
    lcd_rotate=2
    
    #Custom Configuration Area, for config settings that are not managed by pCP.
    #pCP will retain these settings during insitu-update
    #---Begin-Custom-(Do not alter Begin or End Tags)-----
    #---End-Custom----------------------------------------
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    Thanks Paul

    Just to clarify, I have loaded 6.0 b6. I should be able to update to b7 on my RPI 3b.

    Thanks again,

    Howard




    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I updated the OP to clarify. B1 to B7 upgrade is a whole different problem.....B1 was a very early release, and was thrown together really quick. B7 should boot fine on any PI.

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    Okay, the config.txt is good, and the kernel is running would be 32bit. (At least all of my rpi3B/3B+ boards are) Confirm by running uname -a from command line.

    I suspect you are looking at the Platform Archtecture reported by lms on the settings information page. That arch is actually not real for the runtime, but the arch of the compile machine that built Perl, even though it was built 32bit, it was showing aarch64, as my build machine is a PI4 4gb running pCP 64 bit kernel.

    I updated update my Perl build script to run in a setarch linux32 wrapper, so now Platform arch reads armv8l-linux

    Here is my rpi 3B board with the updated perl.
    Code:
    tc@piTouch:~$ uname -a
    Linux piTouch 4.19.80-pcpCore_v7 #1 SMP Sat Oct 26 00:33:12 EDT 2019 armv7l GNU/Linux
    tc@piTouch:~$ perl
    use Config;
    print $Config{'myarchname'};
    armv8l-linux
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard Passman View Post
    Just to clarify, I have loaded 6.0 b6. I should be able to update to b7 on my RPI 3b.

    Thanks again,

    Howard
    No compelling reason to upgrade, except to help me test a few things. i just did 2 b6 to b7 upgrades, so it should be fine.
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