Upgrade your Arduino Industrial 101 with sysupgrade
Login as root by means of SSH and type the following commands :
$ cd /tmp
$ wget http://download.linino.org/linino_distro/lininoIO/latest/lininoIO-generic-linino-chiwawa-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin
$ sysupgrade -v lininoIO-generic-linino-chiwawa-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin
after about 1 minute the board will reboot and the new image will be loaded on the board.
If you want to overwrite all the configuration settings present on the previous image, you have to add the -n option to the sysupgrade command
$ sysupgrade -v -n lininoIO-generic-linino-chiwawa-squashfs-sysupgrade.bin
PLEASE NOTE: In case of a total upgrade (the one perfomed with the -n option) The new root password will be “doghunter” without quotes.
Upgrade your Linino OS using linup command
On the latest release, you can use the linup command to automatically upgrade your LininoOS to the latest version or to a specific release. The command syntax is :
USAGE : linup ( latest or YYYYMMDD.x where x=0,1,2...n ) \
<branch> ( optional : lininoIO or master )
If you want upgrade your Linino OS to the latest image you can execute the command:
root@linino:/# linup latest
Guide linino OS upgrade step by step
It is very important follow this guide if you use for first time your board
Follow these steps to upgrade the latest release of linino OS:
1) Connect your board via SSH:
for Linux user using comand Shell: >ssh firstname.lastname@example.org ;
for Windows user for example using Putty;
2) Login as "root";
3) Insert the password: doghunter (default or the new password if you have changed it);
4) Insert the command: linup latest or linup specif release ;
5) Respond "y";
6) Choose the option "2": Upgrade and revert to default settings;
7) Wait the end of upgrade.
PLEASE NOTE: In this case the new root password will be “doghunter” without quotes.