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How do I update to latest night of Runeos?

PostPosted: 15 Jan 2015, 20:11
by jonas18z
How do I update to the latest of RuneOS, RuneUi I kan update from /dev menu but don't se anything for RuneOs?

Re: How do I update to latest night of Runeos?

PostPosted: 16 Jan 2015, 20:08
by ACX
For RuneOS it's currently better if you wait for the official releases.

For RuneUI, if you want to test the current stage of development of the 'dev' branch, you have to run these commands:

1) delete all the content of /var/www (including hidden files) - DOUBLE CHECK the path before entering the command!
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rm -rf /var/www/{*,.*}

2) clone the 'dev' branch on your device
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git clone -b dev https://github.com/RuneAudio/RuneUI.git/ /var/www


After that, you shoud reboot your Rpi at least once (better twice) to be sure to realign the system with the new code.

Re: How do I update to latest night of Runeos?

PostPosted: 18 Jan 2015, 02:45
by jonas18z
But is't that the same as in http://runeaudio.local/dev press Update RuneUI (Git pull) ?

Re: How do I update to latest night of Runeos?

PostPosted: 18 Jan 2015, 10:44
by J@r0d
Error ine your code, you write:


ACX wrote:
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git clone -b next https://github.com/RuneAudio/RuneUI.git/ /war/www



The correcte code is:

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git clone -b next https://github.com/RuneAudio/RuneUI.git/ /var/www

Re: How do I update to latest night of Runeos?

PostPosted: 18 Jan 2015, 15:59
by ACX
Right, fixed it, thank you!

Re: How do I update to latest night of Runeos?

PostPosted: 18 Jan 2015, 17:46
by jonas18z
I have some difficulty understanding what to update and not:

1. RuneUI:
http://runeaudio.local/dev press Update RuneUI (Git pull)
or
git clone -b next https://github.com/RuneAudio/RuneUI.git/ /var/www
or both.
ok or not?

2. RuneOS
Don't update?

3. Pacman
pacman -Syu
or
pacman -Syu --ignore linux-raspberrypi
ok or not?

Re: How do I update to latest night of Runeos?

PostPosted: 18 Jan 2015, 17:56
by ACX
jonas18z wrote:1. RuneUI:
http://runeaudio.local/dev press Update RuneUI (Git pull)
or
git clone -b next https://github.com/RuneAudio/RuneUI.git/ /var/www
or both.
ok or not?

Git clone and update are two different commands with different results.
If you want to setup the 'dev' branch as source, please follow the instructions I posted above.
Once you've cloned the repo on your local, then you can use the "Update RuneUI (Git pull)" button in the DEV section, and it will automatically get the most recent updates from the 'dev' branch then.

jonas18z wrote:2. RuneOS
Don't update?

No. In the future the update of the packages will be available together with the normal system update of Arch Linux (we'll setup a repo for that).

jonas18z wrote:3. Pacman
pacman -Syu
or
pacman -Syu --ignore linux-raspberrypi
ok or not?

I currently (see the previous point) would suggest you to do system updates only if you absolutely need them.
If that's your case... take a look here: pacman-updates-t406.html

Re: How do I update to latest night of Runeos?

PostPosted: 18 Jan 2015, 18:06
by jonas18z
aha, then I understand. Maybe I need to reformat my sd and do it from start becouse I runned the pacman update :oops:

Re: How do I update to latest night of Runeos?

PostPosted: 19 Feb 2015, 01:35
by franz159
ACX wrote:
jonas18z wrote:1. RuneUI:
http://runeaudio.local/dev press Update RuneUI (Git pull)
or
git clone -b next https://github.com/RuneAudio/RuneUI.git/ /var/www
or both.
ok or not?

Git clone and update are two different commands with different results.
If you want to setup the 'dev' branch as source, please follow the instructions I posted above.
Once you've cloned the repo on your local, then you can use the "Update RuneUI (Git pull)" button in the DEV section, and it will automatically get the most recent updates from the 'dev' branch then.

jonas18z wrote:2. RuneOS
Don't update?

No. In the future the update of the packages will be available together with the normal system update of Arch Linux (we'll setup a repo for that).

jonas18z wrote:3. Pacman
pacman -Syu
or
pacman -Syu --ignore linux-raspberrypi
ok or not?

I currently (see the previous point) would suggest you to do system updates only if you absolutely need them.
If that's your case... take a look here: pacman-updates-t406.html


Cool!
Pending the release of 0.4 I'm enjoying the updated UI... I like the news Library views by album/artist/genre.

Thanks so much.
franz