Should be OK, I think the only files you need from the FAT partition are bootcode.bin and start.elfpauldy wrote:I think I have a temporary solution for my soft float wheezy problem on rpi 2.0. I was able to copy the fat partition off the hard float wheezy and put it on the fat partition for the soft float wheezy. When I booted everything came up as expected. I confirmed this worked with all the sd cards I thought were failing on this device before. My only concern now is I don't know what I don't know and in what I did am I looking at any potential issues down the road?
The one I'm having trouble with at the moment on hard float wheezy is mono. I have a winforms app that shows a lot of home status items on my cctv setup it has a lot of graphics calls and I think those are what still aren't quite functional in the hard float patch available in other programing languages. The one I was having trouble with was java but I've already transitioned my web services over to mono under apache.plugwash wrote: BTW what languages are you having trouble with?
Are you referring to the version in this thread? http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... 34&t=37174I am aware of the HF patch but it is still very buggy with most things. But you can get dates now at least.
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