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  Reply # 1501938 1-Mar-2016 08:23
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Ordered mine from RS about half an hour ago, and received an order confirmation email for $68.30. Then a few minutes ago I got a second confirmation with no items listed, for $0.00, and when I look up my order it fails. Anyone else?





Give RS Online NZ a call, they had to remove the 'rejection' of the Pi3 on my order and now it has reappear on my order.

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  Reply # 1501940 1-Mar-2016 08:24
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I sent them an email last night so I'll just wait patiently. Sounds promising though! :)


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  Reply # 1501985 1-Mar-2016 10:17
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 anyone know if you will be able to take out a micro sd card from a pi2 and just insert it in a pi3 and have everything running as it was?  dont want have to redo my entire setup again :)

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  Reply # 1501987 1-Mar-2016 10:21
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I saw "adds compatibility with ARMv8" in one of the source repositories, so persumably your card needs to be at a certain version.

As for my own order, RS has confirmed that I'll get it next week :)

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  Reply # 1502377 1-Mar-2016 19:35
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