How can I use the latest (probably unstable) software?
You must edit the repository settings in the sources list in the console by typing:
```sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list```
Add a new line to the sources.list that it looks exactly like this:
deb http://archive.fabscan.org/ testing main
Add a hash sign (#) in front of the already existing 'fabscan.archive.org' line so that it looks like:
# deb http://archive.fabscan.org/ jessie main
# deb http://archive.fabscan.org/ stable main
INFO: The '#' disables the packet sources in the line
NOTE: In newer images the entry is called
stable instead of
This will change the update source to the testing directory.
NOTE: To switch back to the official release you need to remove the # from the 2nd line and place it in front of the 3rd line.
To save your changes press CTRL + O, then ENTER and exit with CTRL + X
Now do an update and dist-upgrade:
$ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
Finally you should reboot the FabScanPi:
$ sudo reboot now
Alternatively you can switch off - switch on your FabScanPi
NOTE: Now you will use the testing data source. Because it is not officially released there will be NO SUPPORT for this version.