How to update the Crowpi2 OS image?
You need to take out the SD card and use a computer for image burning, and it can be roughly divided into 3 steps:
1. Download the image file
2. Format the SD card
Using SDFormatter software to format the SD card.
You can download this software from the download link at the bottom of this comment.
3. Install the image
Using Win32DiskImager software to install the iamge, which is very easy to operate.
You can download it from the download link at the bottom of this comment, too.
After you have burned the image, inserting the memory card into the Raspberry Pi of CrowPi2, and then turn it on.
Download link for SDFormatter and Win32DiskImager:
I wanted to install emacs, which required a package update. I found this forum thread useful:
Summary of commands, which download about 1.5 GB of updates:
sudo apt update
sudo apt full-upgrade
so i have to download that (old) image again.....
is there no way to use standard raspi OS (and then the 64 bit version) and just add the crowpie2 specific stuff on top?
The download for Crowpi2 says I do not have permission do download. After nearly completing the download
Tried to download the latest firmware files from https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ViXk3Yhch0d6HS5PjDRcjfllh7VhTTQK and getting this pop-up warning,
My workaround solution for using Chrome Broswer:
Hope this help anyone having trouble downloading the latest firmware file. :)
Before doing anything that might brick your Pi, back up the microSD card. Procedure is here:
I'm currently running the official 64-bit Bullseye release downloaded from the Raspberry Pi website. I just needed to apply this patch to the config.txt file on the boot partition: