"I need to be connected to the internet. Plug in a network cable, or connect to the SSID Mycroft with the password 12345678 and go to http://start.mycroft.ai"
MYCROFTusing the password "12345678". Once you are connected to this SSID, go to the web page http://start.mycroft.ai. A list of available WiFi networks will be presented. Select the WiFi network that you wish to connect the Mark 1 to, and enter the WiFi password. Mark 1 will attempt to connect to the WiFi network.
<<< SYNC <<<appear on the LED display. Next, Mark 1 will attempt to update the Skills that are installed on the Device. If your Mark 1 gets stuck at this stage, it is likely an issue with updating software or Skills. A reboot may assist, but if it does not then please contact us via Chat or the Forum and we can assist further.
"here are my available IP addresses: wlan IP address ... Those are all my available IP addresses"
mycroft, so enter this when prompted.
ddto burn the disk image instead, follow these instructions:
sudo fdisk -l. You will be able to tell the path based on the storage size of the device.
sudo umount /dev/sdb1. Make sure to substitute for the location of your device.
sudo dd if=path-to-your-image.img of=/dev/sdb1 bs=20M. Make sure to substitute the location of your device, and the path to the
.imgfile you downloaded.
aptrepo use to store the Mark 1 package,
mycroft-core- does not store package versions. However, the Mark 1 does cache
aptpackages on the Device at:
mycroft-corepackage. In the example below, the version is given as
0.9.12, but use the version you currently have installed.
sudo apt-get remove mycroft-core=0.9.12
dpkgto install the archive
sudo dpkg -i /path/to/file