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[2012-10-18 17:44] upgraded linux-raspberrypi (3.2.27-11 -> 3.2.27-12) [2012-10-18 17:44] upgraded raspberrypi-firmware (20121013-1 -> 20121017-1)
Now all is fine. It is however rather interesting that removing the parameter has not been recommended anywhere — or I just have not seen it.spennig wrote:Initially, today's updates didn't help me.
Then I removed the now obsolete (as I'm now fully migrated to systemd) init=/bin/systemd left over in cmdline.txt, and it all works again. Solved, for me at least.
This made the trick for me !!krprescott wrote:I had the same problem after upgrade, and after verifying my raspbian booted with the new firmware, I started trying removing things from cmdline.txt
If you remove sdhci-bcm2708.cycle_delay=1000 from cmdline.txt this made my system boot normally.
I am not sure what that parameter does, but the new firmware apparently doesn't need it.
Does this mean there will be a completely new v6h image shortly?pepedog wrote: I will get kernel and firmware rebuilt
So the parameter "sdhci-bcm2708.cycle_delay=1000" shouldn't be used anymore? Just upgraded my rev 1.0 with hynix RAM wouldn't boot anymore. Had to mount the sd-card in my PC and get rid of it. The install file for the kernel still tells you to add the parameter.pepedog wrote:Ah. Previous version had note to add that upon upgrade, then there was the reversion.