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    It usually means the "Output setting" is not right.

    What is your "Output setting"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    It should not be hard to build it yourself. Just a little sdcard space for the source code.

    Did anyone try to build drivers yet?
    Not yet but it is on my todo list. I will do it for '8812au'.

    Which pCP extensions do I need to install?

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    It's not an extension, but there are a couple of scripts and a process outline https://github.com/piCorePlayer/pCP-Kernels

    The 8812au is one I build for myself.
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    Well, I meant the extensions required to compile the driver.
    Is compiletc.tcz sufficient?

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    The scripts should walk you through it. I'm trying to be vague, to see how it goes.
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    copy2fs

    Hi was wondering what the advantages of using the copy2fs option in PCP8.0 are?

    Have done a number of insitu upgrades and a couple of installations from scratch ....all went perfectly thankyou very much.

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    copy2fs is not of much use.

    It was initially added as an answer to the "supposedly" corrupt SD cards problem. But that problem didn't really occur on piCore, so it hasn't been implemented.

    You could completely run pCP in RAM, unmount /dev/mmcblk0p1 and do full backups of the unmounted partitions.

    It might sound better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Erskine View Post
    copy2fs is not of much use.

    It was initially added as an answer to the "supposedly" corrupt SD cards problem. But that problem didn't really occur on piCore, so it hasn't been implemented.

    You could completely run pCP in RAM, unmount /dev/mmcblk0p1 and do full backups of the unmounted partitions.

    It might sound better.
    Thanks

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    Insitu_update From 7.01 to 8.0 went well.
    Been doing the Insitu_update since 6.0
    I’m on a RP3B. Did the Insitu_update do a 32 bit install? And if so, is the only way to get to a 64bit is by downloading the 64 bit image?

    Thanks for the great work.
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    There is no way to "update" between 32 and 64 bit.
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