Updated: The latest emonSD image build is now ready.
This image replaces the emonSD-17Oct19 SD card image. This new image includes the latest Raspberry Pi OS and all the latest version of the OpenEnergyMonitor and Emoncms packages, including use of python3 throughout (thanks to @bwduncan, @alexandrecuer and @borpin).
The image was built using the EmonScripts automated image build script:
Base image: Raspberry Pi OS (32-bit) Lite 2020-05-27
Image download: (Beta)
(.img) MD5: 1db713787a1f3469fc3a1027767fd607 (.zip) MD5: a160f746595872d30b735ab17e8a0b1c
The image is also available from the image download page here:
Updating emonSD-17Oct19: Application updates for this image are still supported via the emoncms admin interface. These updates do not include distribution level upgrades, for the latest Raspberry Pi OS please update by using the new image. See https://guide.openenergymonitor.org/setup/update/#upgrading-to-a-new-emonsd-image
NOTE: Updates are no longer available for the following images
With recent changes to use python3 throughout, the old update scripts used by the following images no longer work and so update support for these images via the Emoncms Admin interface has been disabled:
emonSD-30Oct18 emonSD-26Oct17 emonSD-07Nov16
If you try and update and you get the following error:
ERROR: emonSD base image old or undefined…update will not continue
This indicates that you have one of the older images. We recommend upgrading via the new SD card method described here, it’s possible to migrate your existing data onto the new image as part of the process: