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Debian/Ubuntu repo outdated #2540

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pizzadude opened this Issue Nov 9, 2018 · 12 comments

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pizzadude commented Nov 9, 2018

Repo only has up to version 1.4.4, but 1.4.6 is available.

Users shouldn't have to manually update.

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MeechaelA commented Nov 12, 2018

Also, the GPG key doesn't work.

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thundron commented Nov 22, 2018

@MeechaelA What do you mean with "doesn't work"? Does it give you any error and if so, could you paste it here?

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MeechaelA commented Nov 24, 2018

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thundron commented Nov 24, 2018

Side note: we recently changed executable name and for that reason updating manually is the best thing to do right now in order to get the new executable until everything's synced up.
We'll surely let you know in the forum and have a notice in the readme once it's done, in the meantime I ask you to have a bit more patience.
I'll keep this issue open as a reference for incoming updates

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k1nghat commented Dec 23, 2018

Side note: we recently changed executable name and for that reason updating manually is the best thing to do right now in order to get the new executable until everything's synced up.
We'll surely let you know in the forum and have a notice in the readme once it's done, in the meantime I ask you to have a bit more patience.
I'll keep this issue open as a reference for incoming updates

so do we keep the repo and package we have installed and it will be updated via that or will we have to remove and add a new repo anyways?

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thundron commented Dec 27, 2018

@k1nghat The repo will be the same, but the package name will be different so it's best to uninstall the old & reinstall the new

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Mushroomheadbangers commented Jan 2, 2019

So 1.4.9 dropped recently and the instructions on installing with a package manager (IE: apt) still pulls Etcher 1.4.4. This has been an issue for almost three months.

Seriously...can those steps please be updated and any other necessary changes made to accommodate this? Using Linux Mint 19.1 currently. I'm just going to use the out-dated 1.4.4 until it's resolved.

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lurch commented Jan 2, 2019

#2458 (comment) says that the repo will be updated in the next few days 🙂

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LanceHaverkamp commented Jan 4, 2019

It's not just Ubuntu, Fedora has the same 1.4.4

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thundron commented Jan 4, 2019

We're updating right now (literally) both deb and rpm packages 👍

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thundron commented Jan 4, 2019

Packages available and README updated in #2592. Closing

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thundron commented Jan 4, 2019

Note: new package name is balena-etcher-electron

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