Instructions on rolling back to 3.2b1?
oozeBot last edited by oozeBot
Can someone please assist with instructions on fully rolling back to 3.2b1? I need to roll back to do some testing prior to reporting an issue I'm having with G30 on 3.2b2 with a connected toolboard.
This is needed for a Duet3/RPi combo..
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Thanks! Here is what is returned for the previous betas:
DSF V3.2.0-beta1+1 DWC 3.2.0-beta1+2 RRF 3.2-beta1 DSF V3.2.0-beta1 DWC 3.2.0-beta1+1 RRF 3.2-beta1
Here is my command to regress the build:
sudo apt -y --allow-downgrades install duetsoftwareframework=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetcontrolserver=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetruntime=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetsd=1.0.6 duettools=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetwebcontrol=3.2.0-beta1+2 duetwebserver=3.2.0-beta1 reprapfirmware=3.2-beta1
And here is what is returned - everything is found except for rrf 3.2b1..
Version '3.2-beta1' for 'reprapfirmware' was not found
Note I've tried both "3.2-beta1" and "3.2-beta1" for rrf, but neither are found.. I'm not sure why as it lists RRF as 3.2beta1. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know.
you could always use M997 to update the firmware after manually downloading the 3.2b1 binary to /opt/dsf/sd/sys/ and let apt deal with all the other packages?
sudo apt -y --allow-downgrades install duetsoftwareframework=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetcontrolserver=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetruntime=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetsd=1.0.6 duettools=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetwebcontrol=3.2.0-beta1+2 duetwebserver=3.2.0-beta1 sudo wget -O /opt/dsf/sd/sys/Duet3Firmware_MB6HC.bin https://github.com/Duet3D/RepRapFirmware/releases/download/3.2beta1/Duet3Firmware_MB6HC.bin echo M997 | sudo /opt/dsf/bin/CodeConsole
(not sure what the latest on file system permssions are, you might not need sudo for line 2 and 3(
oozeBot last edited by oozeBot
@bearer thanks! but it's throwing dependency errors.. ugh. I'll keep plugging away at it, but if anyone knows of a clean solution, please let me know before I just roll back to 3.1.1..
I wasn't thinking clearly as I just realized I could clone one of my other machine's sd cards to get me back to 3.2b1.. After getting back setup with the exact same configs, G30 began working again. There appears to be something wrong with G30 when connected to a toolboard on 3.2b2..
I'll do more testing and report back
I wasn't thinking clearly as I just realized I could clone one of my other machine's sd cards to get me back to 3.2b1..
you'd have to run M997 to flash the duet if you haven't already.
@bearer yes- got that part right..! Thanks!
gloomyandy last edited by
Do anyone come up with a way of installing/rolling back to 3.2b1 on the SBC? It would be very useful to be able to do this to check for changes between beta1/beta2.
This is also an issue for LPC/STM users who have accidentally upgraded or want to move over to the from 3.1.1.
We currently haven't released beta 2 builds as the changes are still being merged in.
I've tried to roll back using a number of version numbers but have been unable to do so.
Is this one for @chrishamm to look at?
To downgrade to 3.2-b1 you must install RRF 3.2-b1 first, because the protocol version has been increased and older DSF versions cannot communicate with it. To do that, download the corresponding firmware binary from GitHub, upload it on the System page, and install it.
Then open a terminal on the SBC (e.g. via SSH) and run the following command with the right software version (3.2.0-beta1 is what you want instead of 3.1.1):
apt-get install duetsoftwareframework=3.1.1 duetcontrolserver=3.1.1 duetsd=1.0.6 duettools=3.1.1 duetwebserver=3.1.0 duetwebcontrol=3.1.1 reprapfirmware=3.1.1-1 duetruntime=3.1.1
Please note that the RRF package has an extra suffix after the software version (
-1, may vary).
that still doesn't work. I can roll back to 3.1.1 but I can't roll forwards to 3.2.0-beta1.
This is what I am trying to run
sudo apt-get install duetsoftwareframework=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetcontrolserver=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetsd=1.0.7 duettools=3.2.0-beta1+1 duetwebserver=3.2.0-beta1 duetwebcontrol=3.2.0-beta1+2 reprapfirmware=3.2.0-beta1+1-1 duetruntime=3.2.0-beta1+1
And I still get and unmet dependency for duetwebserver. See the output below
Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable distribution that some required packages have not yet been created or been moved out of Incoming. The following information may help to resolve the situation: The following packages have unmet dependencies: duetwebserver : Depends: duetcontrolserver (>= 3.2.0-beta2) but 3.2.0-beta1+1 is to be installed Depends: duetruntime (>= 3.2.0-beta2) but 3.2.0-beta1+1 is to be installed E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.
How can a beta1 release be dependent on beta2?
@jay_s_uk Hmm right, I must have overwritten the old DWS package accidentally which caused this error. I just rebuilt b1 and b2 and updated the packages on the server. Try to run
sudo apt-get updateonce again and then downgrade the packages using your command line. If it still doesn't work, remove the downloaded deb files from
/var/cache/apt/archivesand try again.
@chrishamm that works now, thank you
Phew, I thought I was going bonkers .. probably are, but at least not with apt:)
@chrishamm Thank you for the assist! I'm glad to see it wasn't my ignorance with Linux causing the issue..!