Upgrade to UDOObuntu 1.1?

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  1. flighhyer

    flighhyer New Member

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    Hi,
    great to see that a new version of UDOObuntu arrived. Is there a way to upgrade to 1.1 without loosing all my files? It might not seem like a big deal if you're using a sd card, but my boot drive is a 1TB hard disk...Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Phatdaro

    Phatdaro New Member

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    Same question here.
     
  3. sirrab

    sirrab UDOOer

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    Whooooooo Hoooooooo! We gots an update! WOW! YAY!
     
  4. sirrab

    sirrab UDOOer

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    OK, i DL the zip file, "sudo DD" the image to a micro SD card, check. Do the same for the SSD, check. Able to expand the FS on the micro SD card. Haven't been able to for the SSD. Tried the UDOO config program, after the SSD was installed.... no go. Sudo apt-get install gparted, still can't expand the FS. Hmmm perhaps I have to unmount it, first.... can't with gparted. GRRRRRR Suspecting a terminal command will allow me to expand the SSD SATA drive..... Googling....
     
  5. van_gogan

    van_gogan New Member

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    Hi,

    I am not keen to reflash the OS again... already built many things.

    Is there a way like in lubuntu wiki i.e. do-release-upgrade?

    Any guidance is greatly appreciated.

    Thank you.
     
  6. ekirei

    ekirei Administrator

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    These are the major changes in the new release 1.1 you can implement by your own

    From the release note:

    - Arduino IDE upgraded to v1.5.8


    - UDOO Configuration Tool upgraded to v2.1 (Bugfix)

    - Rootfs mount with noatime option

    • Add this line at the end of the file /etc/fstab:
      Code:
      rootfs / rootfs rw,noatime 0 0

    - Serial libraries preinstalled (Java, Python)


    - Serial library Examples installed in /home/ubuntu/ folder

     
  7. Phatdaro

    Phatdaro New Member

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    Thx ekirei.

    That's what i was looking for.
     

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