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Upgrading Tetra Firmware via Commandline


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How do I update the firmware via commandline. I'm running 2.0.2 and i tried following the instructions for the mark iv already, but run into an error with the sysupgrade command, wherein it will say 

Saving config files...
etc/config/autossh
etc/config/deauth
etc/config/dhcp
etc/config/dnsspoof
...
a bunch more config files are saved here.
...
etc/ssmtp/ssmtp.conf
etc/sysctl.conf
etc/sysupgrade.conf
Command failed: Not found

I haven't been able to find anything at all online about this.

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  • 7 months later...

I had problems with upgrading firmware via the web interface (http://172.16.42.1:1471/#!/modules/Advanced). It just said "Module returned empty response".

I upgraded manually instead:

  1. On the host download latest firmware from https://downloads.hak5.org./pineapple/tetra
  2. Start wifipineapple and connect it to PC with USB cable to eth1 on wifipineapple. Wait until booting up and blue LED stops blinking.
  3. In terminal:
    1. ifconfig              #check it eth1 has 172.16.42.x. If not wait longer until boot is finished
  4. In terminal copy upgrade file from PC to wifipineapple.
    1. scp upgrade-2.5.4.bin 172.16.42.1:/tmp/upgrade.bin
  5. ssh 172.16.42.1             #login to wifipineapple via ssh
    1. cd /tmp
    2. sysupgrade -n upgrade.bin &       #I add "&" at the end because it starts to update and reboots and sometimes it didn't work without &

 

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10 minutes ago, dvc0de said:

I had problems with upgrading firmware via the web interface (http://172.16.42.1:1471/#!/modules/Advanced). It just said "Module returned empty response".

I upgraded manually instead:

  1. On the host download latest firmware from https://downloads.hak5.org./pineapple/tetra
  2. Start wifipineapple and connect it to PC with USB cable to eth1 on wifipineapple. Wait until booting up and blue LED stops blinking.
  3. In terminal:
    1. ifconfig              #check it eth1 has 172.16.42.x. If not wait longer until boot is finished
  4. In terminal copy upgrade file from PC to wifipineapple.
    1. scp upgrade-2.5.4.bin 172.16.42.1:/tmp/upgrade.bin
  5. ssh 172.16.42.1             #login to wifipineapple via ssh
    1. cd /tmp
    2. sysupgrade -n upgrade.bin &       #I add "&" at the end because it starts to update and reboots and sometimes it didn't work without &

 

That's some weird behaviour. I would be more tempted to do a firmware recovery.

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