xxandy wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 27, 2018 2:08 am
@HawaiianPi, would you be so kind to make your working images available again?
I'll gladly take it as a private transfer (I'll post a link to a dropbox folder you can upload it to).
My previous image was based on the 2017-11-29 release, but I just tested the new 2018-03-13 Stretch and the same procedure works fine. I took down the older images because they were no longer relevant, and I needed the space back. The guide at the link posted above by xxandy should work without jumping through the extra hoops. Just follow the guide and use a pure text editor like notepad++ (https://notepad-plus-plus.org/
But for the sake of those still having trouble, I have prepared another image. This one was done a little differently. Instead of making an SD card, testing it and then imaging that, I just edited the cmdline.txt and config.txt files on the 2018-03-13 Raspbian Stretch Lite image and added the empty ssh file. No other changes were made to the image.
EDIT: Updated image
Raspbian Stretch Lite 2018-11-13 Pi0(W) USB Gadget mode
It also occurred to me that I don't know how the RPF (or whoever is responsible for Raspbian) feels about others distributing their IP. The Lite image should be mostly open source software, so I *think* it's okay, but if I'm wrong, let me know and I'll take down the image immediately.
I have burned this to an SD card with Etcher and booted it in my Pi Zero v1.3, and it works as expected. You just burn it and boot it. No other changes are needed to get your Pi Zero into USB Gadget mode. I also tested the Desktop version, but I won't be hosting that image.
If anyone is interested in how I made the Pi Zero USB Gadget image, I extracted the RPF image on my Pi3B+, mounted it, edited the files, unmounted it, and re-zipped it. If you'd like a more specific tutorial, ask and I'll see if I can come up with something coherent.
My mind is like a browser. 27 tabs are open, 9 aren't responding,
lots of pop-ups...and where is that annoying music coming from?