3) Once in the Solo, type the following:
pi@aagsolo: ~$ cd /tmp (press enter)
pi@aagsolo:/tmp$ sudo service aagsolo stop
At this point power off your CloudWatcher (not your Solo!!)
pi@aagsolo:/tmp$ /home/aagsolo/HASFileLoader update f=AAG_CloudWatcher571.has
HAS file will be [AAG_CloudWatcher571.has]
Read 19456 bytes from file
(many more numbers)
pi@aagsolo:/tmp$ sudo service aagsolo start
A couple of notes:
- some early Solos do not seem able to update the firmware; if that's your case, I'm afraid there's nothing we can do, you'll have to resort to the Windows tools.
- in the future - once your CloudWatcher is at version 5.71 or more recent, you won't need to physically power it off then on, it includes now a reset logic. In this case, instead of "HASFileLoader update f=..." typing "HASFileLoader resup f=..." will both reset the unit and start the update.