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After enabling ssh, I could figure out that the xserver did not start. startx said "no screens found". So I tried out all the ways to config the pi in headless mode Editing the config.txt for fixed hdmi modes (see here), fiddeling with raspi-config, updating the firmware - nothing worked. Eventuall a look into the Xorg.0.log (in /var/log/) showed ...


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It seems you have an entry in your /etc/apt/sources.list pointing to a repository at http://deb.playonlinux.com that doesn't support architecture 'armhf'. The Raspberry Pi has this architecture so you cannot use this repository. If so, then comment this line and redo: rpi ~$ sudo apt update


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The same version of Raspberry Pi OS works on all Pi models. https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/


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