Your case looks like more like typical filesystem corruption.RonR wrote: I appear to be victim of a similar failure. Following what looks a normal update/upgrade process, I get the following and can't boot afterwards (very vanilla system with no overclocking):
Should be available there as well now. Thank you.Rascas wrote: *Note that this packages are not yet available on Raspberry Pi repos, you have to wait a little bit.
Granted - check raspi-config.W. H. Heydt wrote: 1. Add a simple means to prevent screen blanking without having to install additional software (e.g. Xscreensaver) and configure it. We used to be able to do this in the account level autostart.
I haven't heard mention of ozone for our near term plans for Chromium.cjan wrote: can we have Ozone patches in next build for test?