[Freedombox-discuss] Trouble Building Raspberry Pi Image

Chris Troutner chris.troutner at gmail.com
Thu May 1 14:04:06 UTC 2014

Awesome! Great sleuthing James!

I'm not sure if it was curl that needed to be installed on the image or
curl installed on the build-environment. I tried 'apt-get install curl' and
rebuilt the image, but I end up with the same problem. I'm assuming you
mean curl installed to the SD image.

Here's a question: How do people know when changes have gone into the
freedombox code? What are the commands for Debian to check for and download

I found this page:

that instructs to use this command:
git clone https://alioth.debian.org/anonscm/git/freedombox/freedombox.git

...is that the proper way?

From: James Valleroy <james.valleroy at gmail.com>
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> I think I found the issue on line 728:
> /usr/bin/rpi-update: line 40: curl: command not found
> The rpi-update script is run from our 10_hardware setup script [0].
> Recently rpi-update switched from wget to curl [1], so we probably
> just need to install curl (in the chroot) before running rpi-update.
> [0]
> https://github.com/petterreinholdtsen/freedombox-setup/blob/master/setup.d/10_hardware#L64
> [1]
> https://github.com/Hexxeh/rpi-update/commit/dd495b8dd7f36dc411f2ed2bbdc21e4062b01a62
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