Boot partition for editing config.txt in latest HassOS

Hi folks,

I’m trying to get the Homematic OCCU working on my RPi3, and for that I need to add “dtoverlay=pi3-miniuart-bt” to the config.txt.

With the recent image, I’m not able to access the /boot partition, even when the SD card is plugged into my Ubuntu machine.

Some guys mentioned to edit the /mnt/boot/config.txt file, but the /mnt/boot folder doesn’t exist.

Is it still possible on HASS OS, or do I have to switch to Hasbian?


I’m having the same issue to setup deCONZ on Were you able to solve this?

OK, I was able to edit the config.txt file on the root of the SD card by plugging it into a Windows VM. It is then mounted automatically there.

Adding: dtoverlay=pi3-miniuart-bt at the end of the config.txt on the boot partition worked for me as well. I mounted the SD card on a Windows machine to do this.

I suppose that the HassOS structure has changed and the mnt/boot/config.txt doesn’t exist anymore.