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Everything posted by whocares256

  1. Basically, I got all the apt.sources for each version and upgraded through each version to the next. If you try to jump versions you run into dependency issues. I always did in following order. Ver9. or latest version on official image apt-get update apt-get upgrade reboot apt-get dist-upgrade reboot update repos to next version and repeat till you get to final version. between each reboot i imaged my sd card in case something broke and I did not have to start over every time from official image. I used gnome-disk-utilities on xubuntu and if supported pishrink to shrink the image file. If you run into any errors with packages breaking the update process you hold them and then update from last step that completed successfully. That is what my picture from above is from.
  2. I have a process to upgrade Debian to the latest version. You do "apt-get update && apt-get upgrade" on the current version and then do "apt-get dist-upgrade" After this you update your repo to the next version and repeat the above steps. I ran into an issue where I had 2 packages that had no installation candidate. You hold those packages and then do "apt-get update && apt-get upgrade". Always do "apt-get update && apt-get upgrade" before you do "apt-get dist-upgrade" If you skip a version and try to upgrade to the latest version your upgrade will not work and TinkerOS will have issues.
  3. I would like to disable WiFi and BlueTooth on my tinkerboard before the OS starts. The way you do it in config.txt like on the raspberry pi does not work. How do you disable WiFi and Bluetooth on the Tinkerboard so the OS does not see it?
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