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sudo rpi-update 608c3b3e994e086d400f77469682ff1e8f346e27
The forum search is a bit pantskraptv wrote:(Also - searching the forum search for rpi-update yields zero results, but searching for update yields a bunch of posts with "rpi-update" in them. Not friendly for those looking for specific strings. )
One of the beautiful things about the Raspberry Pi platform is that it's a novel way to experiment and play with things, especially as new features get introduced in a fairly dynamic and agile way. I ran it because I could, and there were no issues with 4.1.8.PeterO wrote:Why did you run rpi-update ?
Answering that unasked question: Correct - system seems perfectly stable at this point and will possibly experiment a bit more to tease out the why of the failure.PeterO wrote:Did the problem disappear after you downgraded back to 4.1.8?
I'm experiencing the same lockups.... Shoud we report this to the devs (github bug report)?kraptv wrote:Gang,
Yesterday I had been running my Raspberry Pi solidly for quite some time and ran a rpi-update which updated my kernel to 4.1.10-v7+. I was running 4.1.8-v7+ beforehand and it was fine.
Now I get random lockups within maybe 30 minutes of it being online. I've disconnected all USB devices and kept it connected to a powered-off television.
Anyone else getting this?
(Also - searching the forum search for rpi-update yields zero results, but searching for update yields a bunch of posts with "rpi-update" in them. Not friendly for those looking for specific strings. )