A fork, not a successor.
Must mesa be >=19.1.0 only for RPi 4 or for all RPi versions?
Which update was that? I'm still suffering from this issue.joan wrote:My problem disappeared after an update.
Alsa isn't installed by default, so if you want that, you'll likely have to install itc20xh2 wrote:I'm trying to change the default sound card after a clean install but i'm not able to find the config files for alsa.
No, he meant the red (=power) LED on the Pi itself. If it is blinking or completely off then it is a power issue.Damaiste wrote:I assume your referring to the LED on the wifi adapter, it does not turn on at all when the Pi is booting.
I am sure and can tell you that it won't work.MrEngman wrote:I'm not sure compiling the module using any of the header directories you showed in you post will work.
Can you post the output of 'uname -a' ?berrybunker79 wrote:firmware version is 3.19.3