I mean when they are actually installing packages or doing updates rather than downloading the packages.Kendek wrote: ↑Fri May 29, 2020 9:02 amCheck the /etc/apt/sources.list files; http://deb.debian.org/debian (64-bit / arm64) vs http://raspbian.raspberrypi.org/raspbian (32-bit / armhf)
I had exactly the same experience. https://jandmf.com/index.php/2020/05/29 ... -raspbian/neilshep50 wrote: ↑Fri May 29, 2020 9:21 amJust for giggles......................
I already have my Pi 4 ( 4GB ) with the BETA bootloader for USB-MSD so..................... Yesterday evening I found a 16GB USB flash drive, downloaded the 64 bit image and flashed it to the drive. Plugged it into my Pi and turned it on. It booted straight up and installed
Time to play
No, normal release upgrades are tricky enough. Switching to a whole different architecture is not trivial.
As with all our stuff, when it's ready, it will be released. It depends on how well the beta programme goes. So, no, there is no expected release date.
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# just the files that you need to add or change, not a full distribution deb http://newos.raspberrypi.org/newos stable rip deb http://newos.raspberrypi.org/newos-security stable rpi deb http://newos.rapsberrypi.org/newos stable/updates rpi # the standard Debian files deb http://cdn-aws.deb.debian.org/debian stable main deb http://cdn-aws.deb.debian.org/debian stable-updates main deb http://security.debian.org/debian-security stable/updates main