Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2020 9:14 pm
Pleased you got it sorted out, the thing to remember is that the update and upgrade steps sometimes need to be run a couple of times alternately.
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Sorry I typed that command incorrectly. My brain just automatically enters the - since the name is "pi-star", it has always bothered me that the commands are missing the dash. I'm sure it won't be the last time I post that error either, oh well. Glad you figured it out.WB4SJN wrote: ↑Sat Jul 11, 2020 8:22 pm It is always a good day when a plan comes together. Thanks again to all that got me out of my troubles. I now have 4.1.2 on my hotspot. I ran the upgrade and it put 4.1.1 on and came back with the same sudo error. I ran the upgrade again and it put on 4.1.2 on with no errors. I am a happy camper.