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Unable to update RPi 5.5 to latest version

Started by Tinkerman61, February 04, 2023, 03:15:32 PM

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Trying to update RPi 3B+ to latest 5.5 version so I can upgrade it to 6.3.
Clicking on the green Upgrade FPP button on the About page launches the update, however getting errors opening update files.
RpPi is running v5.5 7fa4149.  Trying to update to f21fd7a.

From Log:

Pulling in updates...
Upgrading git revision from branch v5.5
error: cannot lock ref 'refs/tags/6.x-master': unable to resolve reference 'refs/tags/6.x-master': reference broken
From https://github.com/FalconChristmas/fpp
! [new tag]          6.x-master -> 6.x-master  (unable to update local ref)
Synchronizing submodule url for 'external/RF24'
Synchronizing submodule url for 'external/rpi-rgb-led-matrix'
Synchronizing submodule url for 'external/rpi_ws281x'
Synchronizing submodule url for 'external/spixels'
Submodule path 'external/rpi-rgb-led-matrix': checked out '2e183fb2eb6361e38cfdc062dea79ecfa9b018f2'
error: object file /opt/fpp/.git/modules/external/rpi_ws281x/objects/2e/53cd8b88c23e215d86b72c1af262df6d88bf8f is empty
error: object file /opt/fpp/.git/modules/external/rpi_ws281x/objects/2e/53cd8b88c23e215d86b72c1af262df6d88bf8f is empty
fatal: loose object 2e53cd8b88c23e215d86b72c1af262df6d88bf8f (stored in /opt/fpp/.git/modules/external/rpi_ws281x/objects/2e/53cd8b88c23e215d86b72c1af262df6d88bf8f) is corrupt
fatal: the remote end hung up unexpectedly
Unable to fetch in submodule path 'external/rpi_ws281x'
Submodule path 'external/rpi-rgb-led-matrix': checked out '153e2eef4018c530b4b6143074c313ca0df81559'
Checking config version
FPP Version: 53
Config Version: 70
Up to date at config version 70

ccache g++  fppcapedetect.o CapeUtils.o -ljsoncpp  -o fppcapedetect
ccache g++  common.o log.o fppmm.o fppversion.o -lcurl -lrt -ljsoncpp  -o fppmm
error: object file /opt/fpp/.git/modules/external/rpi_ws281x/objects/2e/53cd8b88c23e215d86b72c1af262df6d88bf8f is empty
error: object file /opt/fpp/.git/modules/external/rpi_ws281x/objects/2e/53cd8b88c23e215d86b72c1af262df6d88bf8f is empty
fatal: loose object 2e53cd8b88c23e215d86b72c1af262df6d88bf8f (stored in /opt/fpp/.git/modules/external/rpi_ws281x/objects/2e/53cd8b88c23e215d86b72c1af262df6d88bf8f) is corrupt
fatal: the remote end hung up unexpectedly
fatal: run_command returned non-zero status for external/rpi_ws281x
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ccache g++  util/SPIUtils.o common.o log.o settings.o fppversion.o oled/I2C.o oled/SSD1306_OLED.o oled/FPPOLEDUtils.o oled/OLEDPages.o oled/FPPStatusOLEDPage.o oled/NetworkOLEDPage.o oled/FPPMainMenu.o oled/fppoled.o oled/SSD1306DisplayDriver.o oled/I2C1602_2004_DisplayDriver.o util/GPIOUtils.o util/PiGPIOUtils.o util/PiFaceUtils.o util/MCP23x17Utils.o util/bcm2835.o -lstdc++fs -ljsoncpp -lpthread -lrt -lcurl -lgpiod -lgpiodcxx    -o fppoled

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Tinkerman61

I was hoping I would not have to dig out the SD card.
Will 6.3 accept a backup of my current 5.5?
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tbone321

#3
It will but if you want the network settings and other configuration settings to be backed up, make sure to UN-CHECK the "Protect sensitive data" box when making the backup and un-checking the network and master remote boxes prior to the restore after starting up Ver 6.X and expanding the file system.  You may also want to consider using a new SD card for this new version because this card may be going bad and that way, you don't lose your current 5.5 setup if the restore doesn't work as expected.

Tinkerman61

Good points @tbone321, thanks you!
Hope 6.3 works as well as 5.5 has over the years.
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dkulp

A corrupt file... Ick.  That kind of sound like an SD card going bad.   Not only would I suggest a re-image, I'd suggest an entirely new SD card.
Daniel Kulp - https://kulplights.com

Tinkerman61

Thank you @dkulp.  I just got done upgrading the RPi to 6.3 on a new SD Card.

After setup and restoring the RPi, i ran the Update FPP and the log screen popped up and then stopped after scrolling a while.
Been like that for about 20 minutes.
Should I power cycle the RPi?
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JonB256

Yes, power cycle. I've had to do that after several updates like yours.
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