Tagged: hs_main 4.3 update hyper-v
Ronny1Participant15 September 2015 at 16:56Post count: 4
is it possible to update my running HS VM with the 4.3. update?
RegardsRoelKeymaster16 September 2015 at 16:48Post count: 36
I tried downloading a Hyper-V image and replaced the hs_main file with the hs_main file from the Experte 4.3 (install Experte 4.3, look at the directory structure, you’ll find the firmware of the HS3 and HS4. unzip/unrar it…. unzip/unrar again.. see the /hs/ directory and find the hs_main file)Ronny1Participant19 September 2015 at 17:38Post count: 4
Thank you very much for your reply.
I Unzip/unrar the firmware.dat and the first INITRD.
But i couldn unrar/unzip the second INITRD. So i didnt get a hs_main file out.
By updating via the Expert Prog. the HS VM restarts again and again.RoelKeymaster21 September 2015 at 09:33Post count: 36
Ronny, You can use Winrar to unpack the firmware.dat file and use 7-Zip to unpack the INITRD file.Ronny1Participant27 September 2015 at 19:34Post count: 4
Unfortunatly after a manual update or via the Experte software the HS VM is stacked in infinite reboot loop, it reboots and reboots.
The old backed up VMs a working fine.
what can be the probleme?RoelKeymaster7 October 2015 at 14:54Post count: 36
Make sure you ‘chmod 755
‘ the files you copied. Otherwise it won’t have the execute permission and the HS will reboot infinite..Fox WingerParticipant25 October 2015 at 09:53Post count: 6
Could you make a VMware image of the 4.3 by chance?SlawekParticipant7 November 2015 at 00:39Post count: 4
Hello there, I made manual update HS4.2 to HS4.3, overwriting the files from /hs /lib /usr directories by the files from firmware file,
upload firmware.dat to HS eg /home/temp directory
a) rename firmware.dat file to firmware.zip
b) extract INITRD file from firmware.zip (eg unzip)
c) rename INITRD to INITRD.gz
d) gzip -d INITRD.gz
e) cpio -i < ./INITRD
f) copy listed directories (/hs /lib /usr) to /
g) restart HS, upload new project
regards,Fox WingerParticipant7 November 2015 at 19:12Post count: 6
I’m not too good with linux commands.
How exactly do i copy the directories once i have the INITRD.gz unpacked?Fox WingerParticipant8 November 2015 at 11:19Post count: 6
I actually figured it out now and got it working.
Though i still can’t save colors in the RGB color picker even though Gira siad, that was fixed in the update.darkmasterParticipant18 November 2015 at 14:34Post count: 3
could anyone make a tutorial? because wen i try it dosnt work.
i try to cp -r /tmp/hs /hs and it dosn´t work.SlawekParticipant4 December 2015 at 18:44Post count: 4
you should copy directories and files (/hs /lib /usr) from unpacked initrd
file, to / (root directory)IchParticipant6 December 2015 at 22:55Post count: 38
point a) to e) works fine. But copying the /hs /lib and /usr is not going …
I get the message that the file is busy. What can I do ?
IchIchParticipant6 December 2015 at 23:01Post count: 38
Another question. How can i change the mac address ?
Where is the file with the information about the mac address ?
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