Hi, I appreciate this work.
By the way, I would like to build my own version of Ubilinux.
Is there any tutorial to get this done?
first, and, as always, many thanks!! Emutex has been making Edison super-accessible for so many of us.
next, is there any significant difference to installing this new image, vs. apt updating the 2014 October version?
(understood, you mention the inclusion of mraa, various tools, kobjects, etc)
looking at the rootfs of the new image, looks like a new-er-ish kernel - 3.10.17-yocto-standard-r2 - too. and some uboot changes? (improvements/advantages?)
but, using the 10/2014 version, apt is not getting any new bluez or kernel or uboot or anything from ubilinux repo. I can't even see the mentioned opencv package (although I do see plenty of opencv libs) - or this could be pilot-error in some way - it is my usual problem
ahhhhhhhhhh oic, ok. installed the new image on a spare mini-board, k, yeah, the 5.x bluez is not installed as a repo package (deb still remains at 4.99) but in root's homedir is the 5.28 v. to be installed at will. and the mraa and whatnot.
also my lazy-user request for future images, please?
((thank you for including cmake and git))
bash-completion pkg-config build-essential screen subversion libc6-i686 sudo
(((yeah there are more in my haid, but the above are the more generic maybe useful to others. did I mention lazy?)))
Thanks, and big thank you for Ubilinux
1. still having flashing issues from my OSX 10.10 workstation, flashall.sh flies through the rootfs flash without really flashing anything. I had the same issue with previous ubilinux.
I've seen this problem discussed somewhere and this is what I do to get flashall.sh to get it working for me: get flashall.sh to work on osx
2. when flashall fails, it ends up trying to run lsusb through bash function flash-debug. lsusb isn't installed on osx. Really not a big issue but just saying as you mention you'd like feedback on the experience.
How about an wicd??