Even better would be to issue a script that installs the ham
software onto a standard Raspbian image. People could then download
a few kilobytes instead of many gigabytes.
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And if the script included a way to update the programs they
wouldn't get out of date almost as soon as they are installed.
On 20/06/2020 20:05, Lawrence Macionski
via groups.io wrote:
Sorry to see they may be a bug or a glitch. My question is, or
rather my comment. It took me a while to download HAMpi1.0 image.
A little over 5 hours. In rural Kansas. When the torrent 1st
started it said ETA was 1 week.
Perhaps issue a patch to write to an SD card that was created with
V1.0 that would make V1.0 into V1.1.
But for those that have never downloaded the V1.0... then update
the repositories with V1.1 Then after a period of time delete
V1.0 and the patch as we roll forward.
Reason I recommend this is procedure is that many end users are
rural, or 3rd world and have less than stellar internet
Thank you for all your efforts - I still have not plunked down $$$
for RPI4.. so I'm happy with you're first attempt on the air and
flying on a RPI3+.