|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:
- As root user, execute
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
Use the Greyhole APT repository. If you didn't already, add the Greyhole APT repository to your APT configuration.
sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://www.greyhole.net/releases/deb stable main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/greyhole.list' curl -s http://www.greyhole.net/releases/deb/greyhole-debsig.asc | sudo apt-key add - sudo apt-get update
Manually install the latest DEB package.
1. Find current version:
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:
wget http://www.greyhole.net/releases/deb/greyhole-0.9.31-1.amd64.deb 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!