I’m using Windows 10 IoT and I’m pretty much a Windows only person, however, given clear instructions I can get through most any environment including Mac-OS, Linux, Unix, HP-1000 RTEA, and many others. The
instructions I found over the period of many days regarding installing the firmware on a Grove Pi were a mixed bag, vague, and unclear.
No sarcasm here just my view is since you company caters to Windows IoT people you might want to improve on the documentation for folks like me. If it were my business, I would.
e.g. To a Windows person (meaning in the Windows IoT user instructions) you might explain what tools like “curl and sudo” are and how to start up the Linux version on te Pi. That’s square one!
Then possibly describe how to navigate to the directory(s) they will need to access. Sound trivial doesn’t it, but for those who don’t do it daily or never have its Greek!
I finally got it to work and did not once use curl or the update your suggested. It was a combo-hack from about 10 different web pages that piecewise walked me through it. A painful experience it was.
BTW: If your company needs a Windows gut to review and/or write your documentation I do contracts