Does this actually work or is it more of in progress:
@Tom-Elliott don’t slap me, i will not use the script i was just fighting for the op
@x23piracy I’d highly recommend using the base stuff. The whole purpose of the
-yargument was to kind of allow automating the stuff you need done. While the utils are there, I believe they were there before we added the -y arguments and it still required user input. Essentially, the util was there as a “oh look there’s a nice way to check if there are updates”. Ultimately, in my own opinion, this utility is rather pointless, especially now with the slew of arguments we have available now.
It does now.
For you all, the ‘trunk’ variable is what it’s basing stable or dev-branch (RC’s) to be installed.
If you add
trunk='yes'or just any value other than blank, it will assume you’re wanting to install a development branch.
You can add
trunk='yes'to your /opt/fog/.fogsettings or call it inline like:
@Tom-Elliott it doesn’t work.
Code from updater wont post correctly. I am pretty sure the URLs are outdated
Lets try this again with better formatting:
is this what the filename is intending? will this auto update without hassles to latest dev branch build? Something that may can be used by a cronjob by night?
It should work, though I’ll admit I’ve not tested it in a while.