I am working on a Verdin/Dahlia project. After getting the basic set up working, I disconnected the display, the USB Debug, and mouse/keyboard and have been using just the Ethernet interface. All is going fine but I now want to update the Verdin to the latest TorizonCore.
I expected to be able to do this using SSH but couldn’t find any way to do that. I found references to using TightVNC Viewer, but it seems there are some problems with that if a display is not connected.
So I tried going back to the beginning and I plugged the display, USB debug, and mouse/keyboard back in expecting to get access to the Toradex Easy Installer (as per the “Installing the Operating System - Dahlia Carrier Board” guide). However, on powering up the board the device boots into Portainer.
My questions are:
Is there a simple way to update TorizonCore using an SSH connection?
Using the connected display and keyboard, how do I now get out of Portainer and get the Easy Installer running so that I can do the update?
My custom carrier board is headless, and my devices will be deployed remotely with only Ethernet/WiFi access. I intend to use your OTA feature for remote updates of my applications, but I have not yet investigated the detail of this. My understanding is that OTA is only for application updates and is not intended to be used for TorizonCore updates. If that is true, how will I perform TorizonCore updates of my deployed remote devices?