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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?


Some spec:

Ubuntu 18.4 (Gnome)

Dell Precision T3600

Brand new Bunny

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This means there is no bunnyupdater file in that directory. You seem to be in root, as indicated by the slash (/) character in front of the dollar sign. Make sure the bunnyupdater file is in the same directory as where you are executing terminal commands from. (I suggest extracting all files to a folder in your home directory, and then running the above command again from that directory.)

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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!

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