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16 Apr 2024 12:21 #298360 by xenon-alien

You'll have to look around in /boot

Sorry should have mentioned that.
 

The boot also empty
But at last i can create the config.txt
After reboot no changes...
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16 Apr 2024 12:41 #298361 by xenon-alien
The BOOT is a different partition with the config.txt and i must to remove the card from the RPi5 and use a card reader. It is not comfortable to make and test the changes...
Before the file was created in the sytems boot folder

So, how can I open this config.txt on the RPi5?

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16 Apr 2024 13:14 - 16 Apr 2024 13:16 #298364 by alpha8196
should be in /boot/broadcom/
its just a txt so opening shouldn't be an issue, at least not for me and my installation on pi5
Last edit: 16 Apr 2024 13:16 by alpha8196. Reason: add aditional clearfication
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16 Apr 2024 13:21 #298365 by cornholio

The BOOT is a different partition with the config.txt and i must to remove the card from the RPi5 and use a card reader. It is not comfortable to make and test the changes...
Before the file was created in the sytems boot folder

So, how can I open this config.txt on the RPi5?


You can edit the file whilst the system is running only thing is you'll have to open it as superuser....use sudo, if you don't know how to do that just google "sudo". It'll be easier as you'll find something you can understand.

Never, ever run
sudo rm -rf /
as you'll destroy your system, just in case you see someone recommending doing this.

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16 Apr 2024 13:21 #298366 by xenon-alien

should be in /boot/broadcom/
its just a txt so opening shouldn't be an issue, at least not for me and my installation on pi5
 

You are right. There is a config.txt file and it looks like the opened one on the PC via card reader.
I will try it.
Thanks.

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16 Apr 2024 13:43 #298372 by xenon-alien

The BOOT is a different partition with the config.txt and i must to remove the card from the RPi5 and use a card reader. It is not comfortable to make and test the changes...
Before the file was created in the sytems boot folder

So, how can I open this config.txt on the RPi5?

You can edit the file whilst the system is running only thing is you'll have to open it as superuser....use sudo, if you don't know how to do that just google "sudo". It'll be easier as you'll find something you can understand.

Never, ever run
sudo rm -rf / as you'll destroy your system, just in case you see someone recommending doing this.

I'm always use sudo to edit files for network, autologin and else.

But this image for RPi5 i can't understand, how to set up. (no standart configs...)
Left HDMI audio, resolution and the orientation...
But I have no clue which tutorial to use...

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16 Apr 2024 15:01 #298374 by xenon-alien
Nothing happening after reboot.
Checked the SD card on a PC the BOOT partition's config.txt file is changed, like I did it on the RPi5.

Any ideas?
How to change the resolution, orientation and make it sound?

A connection with a Windows tablet everything is working on the display.

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16 Apr 2024 15:48 - 16 Apr 2024 15:50 #298380 by elovalvo
Replied by elovalvo on topic LinuxCNC on Raspberry Pi 5


Any ideas?
How to change the resolution, orientation and make it sound?


It can be done as you see here
forum.linuxcnc.org/38-general-linuxcnc-q...ge-resolution#292499
Last edit: 16 Apr 2024 15:50 by elovalvo.

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16 Apr 2024 17:12 #298389 by xenon-alien


Any ideas?
How to change the resolution, orientation and make it sound?


It can be done as you see here
forum.linuxcnc.org/38-general-linuxcnc-q...ge-resolution#292499

Are you telling me that I need to start all settings again with a new image file?
Or there is a video driver, I can use for this image I already have? (Image from the LCNC downlods category)

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16 Apr 2024 20:14 #298399 by csutke
Replied by csutke on topic LinuxCNC on Raspberry Pi 5
Excellent image, runs great on a quick test setup using Pi 5 and a Mesa 7i80-HD.

Thanks!

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