@GeoffA Thanks for another report. Very encouraging.
I’m still at a loss on this one myself, and I’ve yet to experiment more in this area. But as more folks get an install on their Pi4 we should hopefully be able to resource their knowledge and get this sorted, or worked around. Have you tried changing which USB ports are used for example?
Good to know the Plex install was find for you on the Pi4. We do have work to do on surfacing Arm64 compatibility per rock-on but all in good time.
Possible, encouraged, and doable via Appman with immediate effect:
That’s essentially what Appman is for in fact. Just sign-up/in using your order email and it’s then fairly self explanatory. The first page after login explains it’s primary purpose and that fits your current circumstance nicely.
The Stable repo for the ‘Built on openSUSE’ endeavour is currently empty, but you should still be able to subscribe just fine. Although we have had some reports that it can generate an error. But see how you go. And it’s looking like the 4.0.3-0 is likely to be what we promote to Stable anyway. Plus we have some large changes that can’t wait much longer so I’m eager to get them into testing so we can start our journey towards the next stable channel release in the current testing channel.
If you get any problems with Appman or the stable registration just Private Message (PM) me here in the forum or email support and I’ll take a look. But you should be just fine.
Shame about the AMD64 box. But at least it’s not the hard drives / storage.
Thanks for reporting your findings and do let us know how things progress. Much appreciated. And thanks again for helping to kick off the Pi4 testing. I’m hoping we get more Pi aficionados testing and reporting as I’m very new the Pi land myself as it goes.
Hope that helps.