fruitoftheloom wrote: ↑
Sat Oct 05, 2019 9:43 am
Nice to know you would rather moan about FREE advice, and let someone else do your research
Please FotL, do accept I apologize most sincerely and humbly
. Although, I didn't moan: instead, as my 2 post above show I searched intensively (and missed nearly the same way as when I first read on my own) following the link you sent back to me, and even before), even reading the 3~4 first links in the page, but their titles convinced me all this stuff was very-specific-hardware-peripherals and I skipped. As the "File format" has its own chapter on top of the page, I thought it was all I could find here. But even at elinux.org I didn't find.
Maybe you could accept this suggestion to add a single short sentence in this very chapter (e.g. "See below in Conditional filters
) for advanced formating") to point to the Conditional filters page, as I very well understand that the whole content can't fit here in this short chapter (didactic effectiveness pov for the main config.txt web page design).
When I went back I just aimed to ask if you advised to post the same question in elinux.org mailing list or just google once more, but I found your sarcastic* comment and the great answer from davidcoton (2 posts above this one) that really suits to my question.
Sorry and also excuse my verbosity because I'm not native English speaker so I want to make sure (I hope, actually) to make me understood.
* "FREE advice" do you say? Do you mean free as in "free software" (i.e. ~opensource) or that I'd be charged to get this info? I wish you'll feel FREE to help at least the ones that proved they already spent some time to search on their own, and as I did, MISSED the detail. Maybe you MISSED this.
Right, all this misunderstanding is all my fault as I let me diverted by this nearly cosmetic feature from my very initial aim to post here for a more important issue with /boot in SD and /rootfs in USB3... another proof that searching on my own is a way full of traps for me
Whatever, thank you for your fast first answer best effort... and triggering me to learn another English word.
PS : to walk a bit further to my initial goal beyond the topic title ([Pi4]...), I'll drop dtparam=act_led_trigger=heartbeat
filter regards to the great answer above (davidcoton
's one, many thanks to him) and github raspberrypi
who doesn't discourage anything about this parameter (but just in case of future change or new Pi models, although there is nearly 0 chance this sdcard drops in another model). Also, thanks to dgordon42
who showed me I had same info embedded within the Pi as I hardly found on github.