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  1. Got it to work: Download the updater to a local drive such as Downloads Unzip the file to the same location in Downloads Terminal to Downloads (not on the BB) and chmod +x bunnyupdater script Plug in the BB in arming mode to a USB port From the terminal type: BUNNYPATH=/location/of/the/bashbunny/root ./bunnyupdater (i.e. BUNNYPATH=/media/$USER/BashBunny ./bunnyupdater) Bash Bunny Updater should now start from the Downloads terminla session Once told to, you can safely eject the BB wait 10 seconds and plug it back in to the same USB port Blue and Red LED will flash, then when its completes the firmware update a blue flashing light will be shown
  2. I followed the update readme from the hak5 page but I am failing to update, I tried two methods, 1. running the bunnyupdater script and 2. copying the 1.6 update folder to the root and rebooting. I failed completely to run the updater as it looks to not be executable when in the root of the BB and the update folder method looks to have worked but the version check file shows 1.5_298 not 1.6. I am running this on a 64bit ubuntu 19.4 machine. 1.Downloaded the 1.6 firmware 2. Downloaded the bunnyupdater zip for linux 64 3. Put bashbunny into arming mode and plugged in 4. Extracted the bunnyupdater, using ubuntu built in archive manager, to the root of my BB 5. In a local but sudo terminal session, I added the variable "BUNNYPATH=/media/$USER/BashBunny ./bunnyupdater" but got "-bash: ./bunnyupdater: No such file or directory" 5. Tried to CHMOD +x the script but not able to, it reverted back each time to the original permissions 6. Tried the "copy the upgrade folder" for 1.6 onto the device and followed the update process which looked to have completed but the version.txt file on the BB is showing 1.5_298 Any thoughts from the Hak5 experts on why I can't CHMOD the script or why it isn't working ?
  3. Cheers MB60893 I only read the bit on the Download section that says to run it from the root of the BB, missed the section in the Linux install that says run it from the local computer. RTFS as always! Thanks mate all updated now!
  4. Just got my shiny new BB and looked to update it using the linux 64 bit bunnyupdater file After doing the manual "firmware" upgrade (1.5 I think) copy file to root and re-booting the BB manually (Which all worked fine) Next I downloaded the linux 64bit bunnyupdater zip and extracted it to the root of the BB (I can see the files in the gnome file manager) I then followed the instructions to install, but no luck name@computer:/$ BUNNYPATH=/media/$USER/BashBunny ./bunnyupdater bash: ./bunnyupdater: No such file or directory Tried it with and without sudo and also putting the ./bunnyupdater on a new line. No success? Can anyone help out the new boy and tell me what I may be doing wrong? Cheers Some spec: Ubuntu 18.4 (Gnome) Dell Precision T3600 Brand new Bunny
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