I’m trying to install HestiaPi manually (I have a weird touch screen, and the standard image doesn’t have the correct drivers) on my pi zero W, and I’m following the instructions here:
It looks like the instructions are a bit out of date with the current status of github. I went ahead and downloaded an old stretch image, flashed that, and followed through the steps until I got to the update.sh, which doesn’t exist on github any longer.
I went back to the last commit that had the update.sh in it, but unfortunately, that’s a problem because when it executes it wgets a bunch of stuff from the master branch, which is missing all of the files that it needs (this is what forks are for guys).
Can I get either:
A. Updated instructions with the new OneUI
B. Some help manually bootstrapping the older setup with the github branch not being where it should be?
I tried to download the 10.4 image and flash it, but it hangs at the wifi init and never gets to a shell, so I can’t even strip the LCD drivers and install my own to the latest image either.