No, it's a bug in kernel/bootcode. I thought it had been resolved with a recent update, perhaps not.B.Goode wrote: ↑Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:05 amAlthough it isn't explicit in https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentati ... ootflow.md, perhaps this is expected behaviour?
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#!/usr/bin/python3 import glob sysDir = '/sys/bus/w1/devices/' w1Devices = glob.glob(sysDir + '28*') for w1Dev in w1Devices: w1Slave = w1Dev + '/w1_slave' print (w1Slave)
There is no point to NOOBS if you aren't using it as a multi-boot manager (and for that you should switch to PINN). I've not yet worked out why the RPF folks haven't moved NOOBS into the annals of history, it does nothing useful (now).
I am in front of a computer and I have checked. Docs say full-upgrade is an alias for dist-upgrade.