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getting-started:updating [2017/08/01 18:58]
Elco Jacobs [Updating the BrewPi server and BrewPi Spark]
getting-started:updating [2018/05/02 22:32] (current)
Elco Jacobs [Updating the BrewPi Spark firmware with DFU]
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   - The BrewPi Spark firmware   - The BrewPi Spark firmware
  
-There are 2 ways to update ​and 2: re-creating your docker container or updating an existing container.+There are 2 ways to update ​the script ​and web interface: re-creating your docker container or updating an existing container.
  
 ==== Re-creating the docker container ==== ==== Re-creating the docker container ====
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 Because your data and settings are stored outside of the container, you will not loose them. Because your data and settings are stored outside of the container, you will not loose them.
  
-If you made changes in your container outside of the data directory, you will loose those.+If you made changes in your container outside of the data, settings and log directories, you will loose those. 
 + 
 +<​tabs>​ 
 + 
 +  * [[#​tab-recreate-image-pi|Raspberry Pi]] 
 +  * [[#​tab-recreate-image-other|Other systems]] 
 + 
 +<pane id="​tab-recreate-image-pi">​ 
 + 
 +**Ssh into the raspberry pi** 
 + 
 +First log into the shell of the docker machine using ssh (use putty if you are connecting from a Windows PC): 
 +<​code>​ 
 +ssh pirate@192.168.1.100 
 +</​code>​ 
 +The default password for HypriotOS is `hypriot`. 
 + 
 +**Make sure you have the latest docker image** 
 + 
 +Run the code below to get the latest BrewPi image from DockerHub. 
 + 
 +<​code>​ 
 +docker pull brewpi/​brewpi-raspbian 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +**Re-create the brewpi container**
  
 To create a new fresh container, take the following steps: To create a new fresh container, take the following steps:
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   docker run -d --name brewpi -p 80:80 -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data -v /​etc/​timezone:/​etc/​timezone -v /​etc/​localtime:/​etc/​localtime --restart always brewpi/​brewpi-raspbian   docker run -d --name brewpi -p 80:80 -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data -v /​etc/​timezone:/​etc/​timezone -v /​etc/​localtime:/​etc/​localtime --restart always brewpi/​brewpi-raspbian
   </​code>​   </​code>​
 +</​pane>​
 +
 +
 +<pane id="​tab-recreate-image-other">​
 +
 +**Start a console to run docker commands**
 +
 +On Linux, just open a shell.
 +On Windows or Mac, you will find it in your start menu under the name //Docker Quickstart Terminal//.
 +
 +**Make sure you have the latest docker image**
 +
 +Run the code below to get the latest BrewPi image from DockerHub.
 +
 +<​code>​
 +docker pull brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu
 +</​code>​
 +
 +**Re-create the brewpi container**
 +
 +To create a new fresh container, take the following steps:
 +  - Show all running containers:<​code>​
 +  docker ps
 +  </​code>​ \\ You can refer to a container by name or container ID. \\ {{:​getting-started:​docker-ps.png|}}
 +  - Remove your existing container: <​code>​
 +  docker stop brewpi; docker rm brewpi
 +  </​code>​
 +  - Make sure you have the latest image: <​code>​
 +  docker pull brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu
 +  </​code>​
 +  - Create a new fresh container: <​code>​
 +  docker run -d --name brewpi -p 80:80 -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data -v /​etc/​timezone:/​etc/​timezone -v /​etc/​localtime:/​etc/​localtime --restart always brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu
 +  </​code>​
 +</​pane>​
 +
 +<pane id="​tab-recreate-image-linux">​
 +Make sure you have the latest docker image:
 +<​code>​
 +docker pull brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu
 +</​code>​
 +
 +To create a new fresh container, take the following steps:
 +  - Show all running containers:<​code>​
 +  docker ps
 +  </​code>​ \\ You can refer to a container by name or container ID.
 +  - Remove your existing container: <​code>​
 +  docker stop brewpi; docker rm brewpi
 +  </​code>​
 +  - Make sure you have the latest image: <​code>​
 +  docker pull brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu
 +  </​code>​
 +  - Create a new fresh container: <​code>​
 +  docker run -d --name brewpi -p 80:80 -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data -v /​etc/​timezone:/​etc/​timezone -v /​etc/​localtime:/​etc/​localtime --restart always brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu
 +  </​code>​
 +</​pane>​
 +
 +</​tabs>​
  
 ==== Updating an existing BrewPi server/​container ==== ==== Updating an existing BrewPi server/​container ====
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-==== Updating ​system ​firmware with DFU ==== +==== Updating ​the BrewPi Spark firmware with DFU ====
-The firmware on the BrewPi Spark with a Photon or P1 consists of 2 layers:+
  
-  * The BrewPi application +DFU is a specialized USB protocol. To use DFU mode, the Spark should be connected via USB to your computer or Raspberry Pi. 
-  * The Particle system framework+When updating over DFU, you will first put the Spark in DFU mode by rebooting into the bootloader.
  
-If you want to update to a version of BrewPi that requires a new system framework, you need to update over USB in DFU mode. +This can be done by:  
-This can be done with our flashDfu.py python ​script.+  
 +  - holding the setup button while it boots, until the LED flashes yellow. You can reboot by pressing the reset button (while holding the setup button) or reconnecting power (while holding the setup button), or 
 +  - triggering it in software (with our script)Our script ​will do that for you if you use the option ''​--autodfu'',​ which we will get to later.
  
-If you have installed BrewPi using docker, you probably did not start the container with USB forwarding. +The process ​to update ​is for:
-That's okay, we don't need to use your existing container ​to update ​the firmware, we can just create another one for the update and destroy it afterwards.+
  
-For raspberry pissh into your docker ​host (use putty if you are on windows):+  * Docker or no docker 
 +  * Whether you run docker on Raspberry PiLinux, Windows or Mac. The process is described separately in each tab. 
 + 
 +--------------- 
 + 
 +=== Without ​docker ​=== 
 +If you installed BrewPi without docker, you will only need to run this command ​on your system:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-ssh pirate@192.168.1.100+python utils/​flashDfu.py --noreset --autodfu
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Make sure you have the latest docker image:+--------------- 
 + 
 +=== With docker === 
 +To update over DFU, we will use a new temporary privileged container that is destroyed after use. 
 + 
 +<​tabs>​ 
 + 
 +  * [[#​tab-pi|Raspberry Pi]] 
 +  * [[#​tab-windows|Windows]] 
 +  * [[#​tab-linux|Linux]] 
 +  * [[#​tab-mac|Mac]] 
 + 
 +<pane id="​tab-pi">​ 
 +The following commands are performed from the console on pi. See above to log into the pi using SSH. 
 + 
 +We can start a docker container for single use that is destroyed afterwards (''​--rm''​) and run the flashDfu.py script directly inside the container. 
 +These 3 commands pull the latest docker image, trigger DFU mode and perform the update.
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 docker pull brewpi/​brewpi-raspbian docker pull brewpi/​brewpi-raspbian
 +docker run -it --name brewpi-dfu --privileged -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data --rm brewpi/​brewpi-raspbian python utils/​flashDfu.py --trigger
 +docker run -it --name brewpi-dfu --privileged -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data --rm brewpi/​brewpi-raspbian python utils/​flashDfu.py --noreset
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Connect the Spark with USB and put it in DFU mode. This can be done by holding the setup button and doing a reset. Keep holding the button until the LED flashes yellow. +</​pane>​
-If you put the Spark in DFU mode after starting the container, the container will fail to access the DFU device. Kill it with CTRL-C and start it again.+
  
-We can start a docker ​container for single use that is destroyed afterwards (''​--rm''​and run the flashDfu.py script directly:+<pane id="​tab-windows">​ 
 +**Install drivers** 
 + 
 +  * Make sure all necessary drivers are installed by installing [[https://​binaries.particle.io/​cli/​installer/​windows/​ParticleCLISetup.exe|Partile CLI]] 
 + 
 +**Give docker-machine access to USB devices** 
 + 
 +Docker runs in as Virtualbox virtual machine if you installed with Docker toolbox. By default, this machine does not have access to USB devices. To give it access, take the following steps: 
 + 
 +  - Stop the running ​docker ​machine by typing this in your docker console:\\ <​code>​docker-machine stop</​code>​ 
 +  - Start ''​Oracle VM Virtualbox''​ from your Start Menu 
 +  ​Find the virtual machine called ''​default'',​ right click it and open Settings. 
 +  ​Go to the USB tab and enable the USB controller 
 +  - Click ''​Add device filter''​ and chose the ''​Particle P1/​Photon''​ device \\ {{:​getting-started:​docker-windows-add-usb-devices.png?​nolink&​800|}} 
 +  - Put the BrewPi Spark in DFU mode 
 +  - Click ''​Add device filter''​ and chose the ''​Particle P1/Photon DFU mode''​ device 
 +  - Save your settings by clicking OK 
 +  - Go back to the docker console and restart the docker machine:​\\<​code>​docker-machine start</​code>​ 
 + 
 +**Check that DFU is working inside the brewpi-ubuntu container now** 
 +Make sure you have the latest docker image:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-docker ​run -it --name ​brewpi-dfu --privileged -v ~/brewpi-data:/data --rm brewpi/​brewpi-raspbian python utils/​flashDfu.py --tag=0.5.3 --noreset+docker ​pull brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu
 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-Resetting to factory defaults doesn'​t work yet, which is why we specify ​''​--noreset''​. ​This is because ​the serial port is not available in the container. ​If reset is required, you can use the '​Reset ​to factory defaults'​ button in advanced settings.+Make sure your BrewPi Spark is in DFU mode (blinking yellow) and run: 
 +<​code>​ 
 +docker run -it --name brewpi-dfu --privileged -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data --rm brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu dfu-util -l 
 +</​code>​ 
 +The output should look like this: 
 + 
 +{{:​getting-started:​docker-windows-dfu-util-test.png?​nolink&​800|}} 
 + 
 +Finally, ​we can start a docker container for single use that is destroyed afterwards (''​--rm''​) and run the flashDfu.py script directly inside ​the container. 
 +<​code>​ 
 +docker run -it --name brewpi-dfu --privileged -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data --rm brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu python utils/​flashDfu.py --trigger 
 +docker run -it --name brewpi-dfu --privileged -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data --rm brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu python utils/​flashDfu.py --noreset 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +</​pane>​ 
 + 
 +<pane id="​tab-linux">​ 
 +Make sure you have the latest docker image: 
 +<​code>​ 
 +docker pull brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +We can start a docker container for single use that is destroyed afterwards (''​--rm''​) and run the flashDfu.py script directly inside ​the container
 +<​code>​ 
 +docker run -it --name brewpi-dfu --privileged -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data --rm brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu python utils/​flashDfu.py --trigger 
 +docker run -it --name brewpi-dfu --privileged -v ~/​brewpi-data:/​data --rm brewpi/​brewpi-ubuntu python utils/​flashDfu.py --noreset 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +</​pane>​ 
 + 
 +<pane id="​tab-mac">​ 
 +I do not have Mac to test the procedure, so unfortunately I cannot write this piece of documentation myself. 
 +Because Docker ​is installed on OSX with docker-machinejust like in Windows, most of the instructions for Windows will probably apply. 
 + 
 +If you have installed BrewPi on OSX with Docker, please help us update these instructions. 
 + 
 +</​pane>​ 
 +   
 +</​tabs>​ 
 + 
 +--------------- 
 + 
 +If you are upgrading from an old version, it is possible that your BrewPi Spark is displaying a white screen and the LED is blinking green rapidly. You can get past this by [[:how-to-setup-wifi-on-the-brewpi-spark|setting up WiFi]].