On Tue, 12 Jun 2018 16:52:28 -0700, Gregory wrote in message
> On Tue, Jun 12, 2018 at 09:34:01PM +0200, info at smallinnovations
> dot nl wrote:
> > I am trying to update one of my older Pi's 2 from Raspbian Wheezy to
> > Devuan Jessie and have this strange error message:
> Someone correct me if I'm wrong. Raspbian jessie is armel based for
> compatibility with the rpi1,
...and the good folks at raspberrypi.org messed it up by calling their
ARM(el)-v6-with-math-hw arch, "armhf", which "everyone else" use for
> while devuan jessie for the rpi2 is
> armhf based. You're trying to upgrade armel packages with armhf
..for the rpi1, I could believe the opposite, upgrading or migrating
from "armhf" to armel. (We do this right, right?)
> which results in the segfaults you're getting. I'm not sure
> it's possible to migrate from raspbian to devuan on the rpi2. Devuan
> does have an image for the rpi1, which means there are armel packages
> in the devuan repository. However, I'm not sure what you need to do
> with your sources.list to get armel architecture on the rpi2.
..I have 2 rpi-1s, one on Raspian Jessie, and one on Raspian Wheezy
which we can play with as a migration and/or upgrade guinea pigs.
> Unless you made a backup before starting the upgrade process, I'd say
> you're already up the creek without a paddle. I'd suggest backing up
> what you need to save,
..not a concern with my guinea pigs. ;o)
> and writing a fresh devuan jessie image to your sd card, or do a
> debootstrap if you're adventurous, and understand how to debootstrap
> a foreign architecture. Good luck.
..med vennlig hilsen = with Kind Regards from Arnt Karlsen
...with a number of polar bear hunters in his ancestry...
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