Am 16.01.2015 um 13:38 schrieb Edgar Dombrowski:
Am 15.01.2015 15:55, schrieb Michael Ströder:
Edgar Dombrowski wrote:
Using the Raspberry with the Debian-Squueze OS, I
changed settings in
Who can I do it with the Raspi-OS13.2-version.
You have to mount /dev/mmcblk0p1
somewhere to reach what the BIOS
be the boot partition. There you will find e.g. file Config.txt
I have looked into the boot-files, but there is no config.txt-file.
But there are two text-files "boot.scr" and "boot.scrpt" .
However I could not identify any informations for adjusting display.
The RPi has three partitions, so /boot (where the above files are) is
not /dev/mmcblk0p1 but mmcblk0p2. You need to mount mmcblk0p1 yourself
to, e.g., /mnt.
That file is not specific to openSUSE btw, it is read by the VideoCore
IV firmware on that first FAT partition and is documented on elinux.org
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