Modifying config.txt on Raspbian OS to point to RT-Thread

Created at 2022-01-03 07:34:52

I am trying to put my rt-thread.bin file onto a SD card for deploying to my Raspberry Pi 4. According to these instructions:
https://github.com/RT-Thread/rt-thread/tree/master/bsp/raspberry-pi/raspi4-64
So I first create a Raspbian OS image on my SD card, with the intention of modifying the config.txt file on it. However, once the image is created, I cannot mount my SD card to change the config.txt file.
How should I do this?

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davidticker
davidticker 2022-01-04

Any logs can share?

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pinxue
pinxue 2022-01-04

Are you using Raspberry Pi Imager to create the sdcard? Raspbian uses two partitions, one fat32 for boot (kernels and config.txt), one ext4 for Linux system.

DerrickLau
DerrickLau 2022-01-24

I figured it out with the help of the above two answers. I did not make a proper Raspbian image on my SD card hence did not have a FAT32 partition named boot. It is in this readable partition the config.txt exists. This video shows what I did to resolve:
https://youtu.be/Gz9amRmX0DY

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