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Re: More progress to report

> Bullseye 64 Bit does more or less work. There arise problems
> when you install a desktop with media players which deliver
> audio and should give output to the headphone plug and HDMI.

Diederik reported probably the same problem to the linux-rpi-kernel
list as
For that problem, black listing vc4.ko at cmdline.txt prevents the problem

> Unfortunately the Bullseye 32 Bit kernel seems not to boot,
> because the support of USB looks broken:

Debian kernel team does not support booting 32-bit kernel
on 64-bit ARM, as told by Ben

Best regards, Ryutaroh

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