Greyhole updating

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If you follow this guide to update Greyhole manually you do so on your own risk. If it breaks, it's on you. All the steps below should be executed as root.


Amahi releases new versions of Greyhole (GH) after they've been tested.

To update to the latest version available, do the following:

yum update amahi-greyhole

NOTE: The ONLY officially supported Greyhole package for Amahi 7 or greater is available from the Amahi repository. The Greyhole web site no longer provides updates for Amahi. If you attempt to install anything other than amahi-greyhole, it could render your HDA inoperable.


Amahi releases new versions of Greyhole (GH) after they've been tested. Official Greyhole for Amahi on Ubuntu 12.04.x: 0.9.22

Greyhole Repo

Use the Greyhole APT repository. If you didn't already, add the Greyhole APT repository to your APT configuration.

sudo sh -c 'echo "deb stable main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/greyhole.list'
curl -s | sudo apt-key add -
sudo apt-get update

Manual install

Manually install the latest DEB package.

1. Find current version:

sudo greyhole

2. Is there a new version? Browse the archive and copy the link for the latest greyhole.

3. Back to terminal, make sure you execute as root (sudo). Example update command for 64-bit:

sudo dpkg -i greyhole-0.9.31-1.amd64.deb

4. Check the GH log for any errors that might have occurred after the upgrade

tail -f /var/log/greyhole.log

5. Re-check the version of your newly updated Greyhole install, and enjoy!

sudo greyhole