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I downloaded the image from the GitHub site on a Win 10 machine, unzipped the file and using the etcher from the Raspberry Pi site, etched it onto a 32G Sandisk SD card it was validated successfully by the same software. It installed onto the Pi with no problem. I checked all of the files and they’re all working. I did all this on my first try.
On Feb 15, 2021, at 2:11 AM, Rolf Schroeder <rolf@...> wrote:
Hi Larry, a working version
it really seems to be somewhat critical/complicated to create a
working version of Ham-Pi. I have created a working version of
Ham-Pi with my Linux machine, using Raspberry Pi Imager v 1.5.
Balena Etcher I have used previously as well for creating a normal
raspbian SD-Card. With a SD-Card that was in use previously I
failed several times until until I deleted the ohis way it
worked.ld partitions and created a single new partition that I
formatted with fat32 manually. Afterwards I ran Raspi Imager to
create the SD-Card. This way it worked for me.
Am 15.02.21 um 05:22 schrieb Larry
you for your replies and help. Unfortunately, although I
have located the latest version, 1.2a, and have downloaded
the zx image, and have run the Balena Etcher to flash it to
my 64GB microSD twice, it has failed to finish the
validating successfully both times. I am attempting to try
one more time. Any thoughts on what’s going on?
I just checked the link. For me ist works
nicely. I could have downloaded the image. (I did so last
week). By now it is working nicely. You should have a 32 GB
SD-Card at hand for your Raspi
Ok did I miss something? Where is the current version
at so we can download? Please... TNX
On 2/14/2021 8:56 AM, Dave R wrote:
v2.0 was old name. Changed to
conform with existing naming protocol, one supposes.
On Sun, Feb 14, 2021, 08:24
Rolf Schroeder <rolf@...>
After being in
contact with Dave 1.2 is the current version.
There is no 2.0 version as I far as I know.
Tel.: + 49 170 21 07
um 16:52 schrieb Larry Scantlan <scanco@...>: