Raspberry Pi Zero W 1.4.2 precompiled binary does not work #1017
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CPU info from cat /proc/cpuinfo:
Hardware : BCM2835
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Which kernel version (uname -a)?
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This appears to be due to the zerotier-one binary segfaulting which expresses itself as being stuck on identity generation during the install.
If this helps anyone here's my temporary workaround:
This is probably stating the obvious, so apologies if this isn't any help.
Glancing at the instructions that are causing it to exit, it appears that the binary is compiled for ARMv7 instead of ARMv6. I'd be surprised if this wasn't also causing issues for the original Raspberry Pi which uses the same cpu as the zero.
I believe if you use these gcc flags it should produce binaries that can run on all Pi's and still take advantage of the early FPU on the originals:
Of course I think this would lose any NEON support which it looks like explicitly being enabled in the makefiles for armhf?