viewtopic.php?f=66&t=184782jasonjpeters wrote:With the update of Debian to Stretch to stable, is there a date for Raspbian to update to Stretch or anywhere I can find information about the release cycle.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation manages their own version of Chromium with patches for ARMv6, so anything that debian is doing doesn't make a different on the version. The version used right now is still stable and works well, so there isn't much reason to get a new version.runboy93 wrote:Chromium 59.0.3071.86fruitoftheloom wrote:https://www.debian.org/News/2017/20170617
I don't know how to do this:jasonjpeters wrote:With the update of Debian to Stretch to stable, is there a date for Raspbian to update to Stretch or anywhere I can find information about the release cycle.
Octiron 18.104.22.168runboy93 wrote:Chromium 59.0.3071.86
Don't do that. It won't work. Raspbian has Stretch. raspberrypi.org doesn't yet. Change that line back to jessie and the updates will work (apart from some problems with various Raspberry Pi specific programs)dolphs wrote:
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deb http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian/ stretch main ui
Which for us is a slight pain as within the next two weeks would be ace so we can prep our schools SD cards with a nice new image ready from the new term after the summer....sometime over the Summer
That does not sound like it could be caused by the stretch upgrade.ericcooper wrote:I upgraded my (headless) Pi Zero W yesterday. Initially I saw nothing wrong, but then I noticed a weird problem: my WiFi would hang as soon as I unplugged the USB cable that I was using for a serial terminal. And would resume as soon as I plugged it in again. I haven't tried reverting the WiFi firmware to an older version or otherwise debugging this yet, but I did notice some syslog messages from the dwc2 driver each time I removed the USB cable.
raspi-user.france wrote:Does anyone have an idea when Raspbian based on Debian Stretch might become available? I desparately waiting for nftables (which I think is included in Stretch, replacing IPtables)...
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