gkaiseril wrote: ↑Sat May 12, 2018 4:13 pmRPF recently released the Raspberry Pi 3B+ so any reference to a RPi B+ is not clear since there is now the Raspberry Pi B2+ and the Raspberry Pi B3+. The B3+ has new controllers for the Ethernet and Wireless which uses different software drivers. This means if one is using the Raspberry B3+ the newest version of Raspbian needs to be used and if you are using NOOBs you also need to use the most recent version. Older versions might boot but there will power usage issues and network connections issues due to the use of old drivers.
You need to provide very clear information as to the exact model of Raspberry Pis you are using and not any abbreviated name.
gkaiseril wrote: ↑Sat May 12, 2018 5:21 pmThen the link to the Raspberry Pi Weekly Blog for 16 March 2018 is wrong or maybe Wikipedia needs some updating.Happy Friday!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of days, you’ll be aware that we realised a brand-new Raspberry Pi on Wednesday! The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is available now, and you can learn more about it on our blog. Or in this video. Or this video. Or in this…you get the point.
Catch you next Friday!
Older kernels are likely to fail on hardware introduced after the kernel release.NL1TD wrote: ↑Sat May 12, 2018 5:10 pmHi all,
Well its about mine PI. I have de PI3 model B and NL3PRC he haves an older model I think then I have.I have tried to load the kenrel serveral times but it keeps hanging at boot up with the messages "Critcal error couldnt load the kernel or mount the kernel"
Now as I think it looks to me that it is impossible to load an older kernel in a newer machine. Am I right or wrong ?
Anyone haves an idea about it?
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sudo apt update sudo apt full-upgrade
It would likely help if you described more about the setup.