[ARM] New Raspberry Pi 4b armv7h 32 bit kernel

The Raspberry Pi 4b armv7h 32 bit kernel was just updated from
linux-rpi-5.10.95-2-armv7h.pkg-tar.zst ==> linux-rpi-5.15.18-5-armv7h.pkg-tar.zst

and is now in sync with the linux-rpi aarch64 64 bit kernel as per

PKGBUILD
arch=(armv7h aarch64)

Pudge

EDIT:
In post #4, See actions that need to be taken if using graysky’s 64 bit test repository.

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Does this mean EOS-ARM also was updated system-wide? (I mean for non-RPI devices?)

This only affected Raspberry Pi 4b devices.
Odroid, Pine 64, PineBook pro, all use kernels unique to them.

Pudge

If you are using the linux-rpi 64 bit kernel from graysky’s test repo, in connection with the above in post 1 the latest linux-rpi 64 bit kernel has been moved to the main repository, and graysky’s test repository is out of commission.

Users that are currently using graysky’s linux-rpi 64 bit test repository will need to update their pacman.conf file

$ sudo vi /etc/pacman.conf

[graysky]
Server = http://repo-ck.com/aarch64-test/

These two lines need to be either commented out with a preceding # sign, or deleted from the file.
Then

$ sudo pacman -Syy

To synchronize the mirrors.

Pudge

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