Open Beta v6.26 | Please help testing and hardening the upcoming release

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Open Beta v6.26 | Please help testing and hardening the upcoming release

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All infos: https://github.com/MichaIng/DietPi/issues/3131

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All testers are highly appreciated and we will assist quickly if any issue appears.
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v6.26 has just been released: https://github.com/MichaIng/DietPi/pull/3162

Many thanks to all testers!
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Updates went completely hassle-free on both my RPi-zero-w and NanoPi NEO2.

Many thanks and compliments to you, Michael !!

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Many thanks :).
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Thank you for the new version and all the hard work you put in!

Update from v6.25 went perfectly.

Good to see the initial-turbo being back. I did notice a slight increase in boot time when I switch to the RPi 4; this seems to be resolved with the initial-turbo fix.
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@cillium
Thanks for your feedback. I recognised a huge boot time speedup, however realised now that it was due to the very low ARM idle clocks (150 MHz) on my RPi :lol:. Since RPi by default boots with powersave governor, this of course explains why in my case it changed from ~25 seconds to ~8 now.
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