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    Ed P
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    While awaiting Mushroom Matt deciding what to do, you may like to try  installing a stripped down version of Windows 10 on your Raspberry Pi 4. No real reason to do it, other than trying it out!

    Write-up and instructions are here: link

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Ed P.
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    Ed P
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    BTW some new boot code has been released for the Pi4. Unfortunately fairly useless stuff other than a way (at last) of turning off the irritating screen blanking.

    Details here.

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    D-Dan
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    I don’t see anything on the link re the boot code – what’s changed.

    The rest of it is irrelevant to me (all 5 PIs are headless and don’t have a desktop – except for my original 3B, which boots to an absolutely minimal xorg, enough to get Chromium running in kiosk mode to display a clock).

    Arch Linux, on a Ryzen 7 1800X, 16 GB, 6 (yes - 6) HDs inc 2 SSDs, 4 RPi 3Bs + 1 RPi 4B - one as an NFS server with two more drives, PiHole (shut yours), Plex server, cloud server, and other random Pi stuff. Nice CoolerMaster case, NV GTX 1060 6GB, and a whopping 32" AOC 1440P monitor.

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    Ed P
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    Sorry the changes are documented here, and you should be able to update via the EEPROM updater

    e.g. sudo rpi-eeprom-update

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