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Month: November 2014

Re: [trinity-users] What about a Trinity Raspberry Pi Raspbian-based image?

From: Glen Cunningham <glen@...>
Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 13:45:57 +1100
On Sunday 30 November 2014 01:45:31 Alexandre wrote:
> > Banana Pi has ARM7, so that it could work an official Debian Wheezy
> > for armhf.
> >
> > --
> > Sl�vek
> >
> > -------------------------------------------------------------------
> >--
> Hi,
> I'm currently downloading the raspbian tde image for testing.
> -Alexandre

G'day Trinity Gurus,
  1.   I downloaded the image ...
  2.  Checked the sha512sum   --  OK
  3.  Wrote the image to a class 10 MicroSD card with bzcat.
  This image does not boot in a model B+ 'Pi which is the only model now 
available here in remote rural Geriatria.  That makes sense as the 
files in the FAT32 (firmware) partition are much too old for the B+.  
So borrowed an older model B (no +) and a MicroSd to SD adapter -- 
boots fine,  get the expected raspi-config for initial setup, but no 
sign of tde/trinity.   apt-get update, apt-get upgrade gets lots of 
updates/upgrades (including, I think, the newer firmware files that 
may/should be B+ compatible - will recheck this later).  
  Still no tde/trinity.   Please, what do I need to do to install 
tde/trinity, in GOF-speak thanks.