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  • sinn3rsinn3r
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      The “Forbidden (1)” message is created when the hardwareid doesn’t match a real HS, the check is the same since 4.0.
      You cannot update the HS from USB/network as this will install a version that is not patched and so the check fails.
      Currently there is no working 4.12 version that is based on the original image from Gira.

      AlbertAlbert
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        @sinn3r wie hattest du die anderen Versionen geupdatet?

        masjerangmasjerang
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          @sinn3r: do you have a latest image on 4.11.x? I would like to test a solution with the failing upgrade.
          (I have 4.12 running under qemu in a stripped debian version.)

          sinn3rsinn3r
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            It’s not possible to simply update from 4.11 to 4.12 as everything (including Linux-kernel, drivers, …) changed.

            • This reply was modified 9 months ago by sinn3rsinn3r.
            nazarevychnazarevych
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              Hello. Can someone provide 4.12 disk image file for future investigation.

              masjerangmasjerang
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                I’ve used the vmdk file out of the first post and did upgrade it with 4.12.
                A few things I did afterwards:
                * updated to 5.10.0-22 kernel and modules (debian bullseye)
                * added all customizations from sinn3r back in
                * added a few modules and libs (sorry, image became a bit larger)
                * dr_bcu2 error on initial boot, but after uploading the correct KNX device, this is resolved

                So you need to to save your retentive memory first, deploy this image, upload project and restore retentive memory.
                Now trying to find a site where I can share 600MB easily….

                masjerangmasjerang
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