I am getting “command not found” when I type system update. Running a git checkout -f, a “git add .” and a “git pull” does not fix the problem, is there any way I can get my sytem update working again?
This should *never* happen! However, that being said, here’s what to do.
If you’re running the RPI:
1. cd /usr/src/utils/Allstar-build/rpi
2. chmod +x ./make-links.sh
You should now be able to run system-update like normal.
If you’re running Debian, it’s a little more complicated.
Debian users who may be having this…[Read more]
Please do not run a system-update as of May 13th, 2016. Raspbian updated their image, and it breaks AllStar. If you are a current node owner, please stay tuned for a fix.
Here’s the solution!
To update your node, do the following:
1. cd /usr/src/utils
2. git reset –hard HEAD
The word hard in the above command should have a double dash in front of it, not an N dash.
3. git pull
If you already tried to update, and your node won’t boot,…[Read more]
I forgot to add a command between steps 2 and 3.
After step 2, run:
git add .
The period is part of the command.