No the registers inside the chip are at a different address and they do different things. You need to read the data sheet to see what they are.its only the differences in address of resistors.
Nop, it never happens with other operating systems, because the writes actually test new releases. Intriguing concept that Linux authors should investigate.I think you meant to write
"One of the more frustrating aspects of computers is the way stuff stops working for no obvious reason."
Thanks.The change was present in rpi-update three commits ago:
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[Errno 121] Remote I/O Error