I currently have a Raspberry Pi B that I’ve been running OSMC from for ever…
Recently purchased a Vero 4k to up my game and looking to set it up and migrate over as I run some home automation stuff on it.
Reading about I think it’s armhf by default and arm64 if you load it?
For ease of reading tutorials and selecting what to use what is Vero 4K most like hardware wise?
Is it the same architecture as a raspberry pi for purposes of following tutorials?
I’m tryingt to install Domoticz from Domoticz using the command Raspberry Pi/Ubuntu installation: ‘sudo curl -L install.domoticz.com | bash’ which runs fine and installs correctly but then doesn’t run, looking through the install logs it looks like the install is detecting the OS/Architecture and downloads the Arm64 domoticz_linux_aarch64.tgz version.
The domoticz update script (quite reasonably) uses the value returned from running uname -m. The Vero4K returns a value of aarch64, whereas the Pi returns either armv7l or armv6l, depending on architecture.
Unfortunately, the value of aarch64 returned by the Ver04K is positively unhelpful since all userland applications should be either armv6l or armv7l. Similarly, we cannot use setarch armv7l on the Vero4K because it doesn’t recognise it as being a valid architecture: