I have the files, especially ota_update.src
And below is the result of me running the "run do_ota" approach
DRAM: 980.6 MiB
MMC: tangier_sdhci: 0
Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0
boot > run do_ota
** Unable to read file ota_update.scr **
Saving Environment to MMC...
Writing to redundant MMC(0)... done
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I have 3 brand new Edisons with Arduino breakout board. The firmware was factory default from Aug 2014. So, I tried to flash updated firmware (ver 120) and was not able to do it, getting same error :
"Unable to read file ota_update.scr"
I tried Edison Windows installer (which has this process automated), it was released today, but result was the same - "Unable to read file ota_update.scr"
It came out that all it takes is to format Edison drive to FAT32 (full format) and then copy image to it again. After that flash was successful.
I think that from factory Edison storage has some weird formatting and image can not be read from it.
Sorry, forgot to mention, I was flashing the image with standard Intel procedure : reboot ota executed from serial console.
Did you try with the onzverge's suggestion?
Have you tried to use the Windows64 Integrated Installer from Intel® Edison Boards and Compute Modules — Software Downloads
Also there is another method that you can try:
1) Download this file and put it inside the folder where you have the files for the image in your PC. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/54378433/dfu-util/dfu-util.exe
2) Use cmd.exe and go to the folder where you have the files and run the flashall.bat file.
3) Plug your board and wait for the process to be done.
4) Start a session with Putty and log-in into you board.
Let us know if this or the onzverge's suggestion work for you.
Formatting as FAT32 does solve the problem. For once it didn't work, but I couldn't reproduce the problem anymore. Will keep an eye on it.
However, if I run configure_edison --upgrade, it still has the same problem. My version is 16 and latest is 17.
Hi CMata_Intel thanks for the tip! I don't need it right now, but hopefully it'll be helpful for others.