I’ve been working on a package which makes use of YNH_ARCH in the install, which I’ve realized is only available in yunohost versions > 4.3.
I wondered if the plan is to change the yunohost install website to soon suggest install yunohost 11 image by default? And if this version of yunohost also has YNH_ARCH? … I would guess this is the plan, and that I should not do extra work right now just to change the install script to support 126.96.36.199 so that new yunohost users on raspberry pi can use my package, but I wanted to confirm this was the plan.
It is close to stable for a while now. I sometimes wonder if yunohost is close to being abandoned too. Everyone probably means well but it might be to big or complex for the (few?) maintainers. I don’t know, just looking at the slow pace.
But I guess at some point this summer or after that there will be the upgrade and that the docs will follow.
Ok thank you for the info! I think one of the biggest strengths of yunohost is the clear documentation, and easy set up for non-technical users.
I would like to onboard more people onto yunohost, but I think I will wait until the rpi image listed on the website is at a version that supports the latest package format, so that they can have a smooth setup experience, without the extra step of needing to update right after installing.
when I go to click “Update System”, I run into this error described here
it looks this issue is “wont fix”, so @aleks suggests the solution is also to “rebuild fresh images”
am I missing another way to do the update, that doesn’t involve using ssh to run “apt update” via CLI so that you can confirm “Do you want to accept these changes and continue updating from this repository?”
I’m attempting this with the YunoHost 188.8.131.52 image flashed onto an sd card for a raspberry pi 3 model B+