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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    It appears that any recent kernel should work. To the OS, this should behave like a RPI3. Possibly you might need to add The new device tree blob to the boot partition of your image.

    https://github.com/raspberrypi/firmw...rpi-zero-2.dtb
    Doesn't seem to work

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    I assumed you tried without the dtb file first? Perhaps if you have the dtb, then you also need the rest of the new firmware files too.

    What version is the RaspiOS kernel? The only change in raspi's github was adding the DTB file. Unless they snuck in changes earlier and just didn't tell us why.


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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    I assumed you tried without the dtb file first?

    Yes, I did. I also tried an image I backed up at the beginning of October, first without the blod, and then with the blob. Neither worked, just the rainbow square on the monitor )

    Perhaps if you have the dtb, then you also need the rest of the new firmware files too.

    What version is the RaspiOS kernel? The only change in raspi's github was adding the DTB file. Unless they snuck in changes earlier and just didn't tell us why.

    From Buster-Lite

    Linux raspberrypi 5.10.63-v7+ #1459 SMP Wed Oct 6 16:41:10 BST 2021 armv7l GNU/Linux

    I finally was able to find it in stock in the US, I ordered one, so when I get it, I'll figure it out.

    Good man!
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    would it help to replace the dbt files in pCP with the ones from Buster-Lite, or would the kernel have to alos be changed ?

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    The dtb files are not often changed. So it's worth a shot. I would look at the rest of the firmware files. Everything in the boot folder, except the kernel and initrd
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    I changed the dtb files and bootcode bin, that made no difference.

    I then copied over the fixup and start files.

    No luck with those.

    Sorry, I have to leave this now. I'll maybe try again tomorrow if I get the time

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    I wonder how it follows conditional filters in our config.txt. If it follows a [PI0] directive, it will get an armv6 kernel.

    Looking at the docs https://www.raspberrypi.com/document...#model-filters They have not updated the directives to show how the new board identifies. But you should be able to use the [board-type=0x12] filter to get the board.

    Ref: https://www.raspberrypi.com/document...revision-codes
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    Suppoed to be [pi02] according to
    https://forums.raspberrypi.com/viewtopic.php?p=1930798

    Mine will arrive home before I do so no chance to try things out.
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    Add the [PI02]tag to the file, the copy the 2 lines from after the [PI3] tag in config.txt.
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    Close, but ........

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