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Supported OS: Rasberry Pi Image ????

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Published in 2015-12-12 10:28:42 | Show all floors |Read mode
Supported OS: ... Rasberry Pi Image   -      Is it true?

I have Orange Pi Plus, non of the images from original Raspberry Pi works.
Raspbian Jessie - doesn't bootRaspbian Wheezy - doesn't boot
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Published in 2016-4-17 07:21:56 | Show all floors
I want know this as well.
Sincerely I assume that this is wrong and just is compatible with things for gpio like sensors that works on raspberry pi

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Published in 2016-4-17 08:22:34 | Show all floors
You can not just write the whole image. You need to boot the SD card with the good u-boot and uImage. You can try loboris u-boot and uImage. After that, you can use raspi "image" in the root partition. I did that, and it works (I only try openwrt for raspi, running in my opi-pc).

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Published in 2016-4-28 19:27:35 | Show all floors
Kernel is also pretty different, so there is no point using any other image than that from orange.org site
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