Hi Mister Nelson,
I downloaded this image today checked the MD5 checksum, extracted, etc. When I ran it on my BBW it came up OK. But when I did sudo apt-get update I got several errors that said “GPG error … The following signatures were invalid: KEYEXPIRED …” at the end of the list.
The previous RCN build (August) didn’t do this. I’m concerned because I don’t seen anyone else here complaining about it.
set the clock:
sudo ntpdate pool.ntp.org
It's an in-secure world now...
Wow. It worked!
As long as I have you on the phone, is it possible to update another BB that has the August build to the latest 10/29 one? (Without starting from scratch)
Humm August.. For about 95% of the stuff, and "sudo apt-get update;
sudo apt-get upgrade"...
The really only big change was moving MLO/u-boot.img out of the fat
partition. So unless your a windows user who likes to delete files in
the only partition that pop's up.. you'll be fine..
I'm going to package/push a cloud9 update this week, unfortunately
that'll require more then a apt-get upgrade..
So the kernel gets upgraded as well? I thought it was just application and library packages.
Well, not yet.
The 3.8 tree's been pretty quiet, just cape upgrades:
sudo apt-get install linux-image-3.8.13-bone68
Thank you for your time and help good sir!