In search of the latest instructions for verifying that the Raspbian For Robots image that I run on my GoPiGo3 is up to date, I ended up at the github Readme.
The Readme indicates that a single command will update R4R including the DI_Sensors and GoPiGo3 - Is this the preferred method still?
open up a terminal in a GUI instantiated environment (the Desktop) and type the following command:
sudo curl -L dexterindustries.com/update_r4r | bash
The same command can be used for updating all the repositories that are found under the “umbrella” of
Raspbian For Robots :
I am guessing that after successful completion of that command, I should perform the firmware check/update button on the desktop utility?
BTW I also searched:
- “Updating Raspbian For Robots” in the Forum - old stuff,
- readthedocs.io for “Raspbian For Robots” - not in top returns,
- my notes and found:
=== Update Raspbian for Robots
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
=== Update GoPiGo3 software to latest:
curl -kL dexterindustries.com/update_gopigo3 | bash
=== Update DI Sensors
curl -kL dexterindustries.com/update_sensors | bash