I ran a MD5sum on the copy of app-rootfs.ubi that I downloaded from the the amazon aws link sometime on dec 10th. It is "eec07feee1fa1a4a06e05a00af18156f".
I have no idea if it's v0.33 or 0.47. If someone else has a file they're sure is 0.33, can they run a MD5sum on it?
eec07feee1fa1a4a06e05a00af18156f is version 33
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Starting from a new in box Wink Hub, is there anything I need to do before hand to make sure I can SSH into the "upgrade mode" partition? It'a not clear if people are using a Serial Console connection to access the "upgrade mode" partition or if they are SSHing in. For SSH access, I would assume the authorized_keys file needs to be updated (so the upgrade mode partition would need to be mounted and updated). Just need some confirmation. Thank you
ubiattach -p /dev/mtd2 mkdir /tmp/updater mount -t ubifs ubi2:rootfs /tmp/updater sed -i 's/=-sg/=/' /tmp/updater/etc/default/dropbear rm -f /tmp/updater/etc/init.d/S99local cp /var/www/set_dev_value.php /tmp/updater/var/www fw_setenv bootdelay 5 sed -i 's/bootdelay 0/bootdelay 5/' /database_default/u-boot.env echo "127.0.0.1 hub-api.winkapp.com" >> /tmp/updater/etc/hosts echo "127.0.0.1 hub-updates.winkapp.com" >> /tmp/updater/etc/hosts echo "127.0.0.1 wink-hub-images.s3.amazonaws.com" >> /tmp/updater/etc/hosts mkdir /tmp/updater/root/.ssh cp /root/.ssh/authorized_keys /tmp/updater/root/.ssh/authorized_keys cp /etc/shadow /tmp/updater/etc sed -i 's/rm \/database\/wpa_supplicant.conf/echo WPA Fix #rm \/database\/wpa_supplicant.conf/' /tmp/updater/etc/init.d/S31platform sed -i 's/#ttyAM0/ttyAM0/' /tmp/updater/etc/inittab