Hi, I am new at Mender and Yocto in general, there is something kind of vague for me when update the .mender image to my device using a USB stick.
I use this command to make the USB bootable:
sudo dd if=<..>/tmp/deploy/images/intel-corei7-64/...-intel-corei7-64.mender of=/dev/sdb
In which /dev/sdb is my USB
After that I plug my USB to the device and use this command (as I found in some instructions):
mender -roofts ...-intel-corei7-64.mender
But there are errors:
Configuration file does not exist: /var/lib/mender/mender.conf module=config Loaded configuration file: /etc/mender/mender.conf module=config Mender running on partition: /dev/sda2 Error: rootfs: error while updating image from command line: Not able to open image file:... no such file or directory.
As I understand, mender could not find the .mender image that I transfer to the USB. I have tried to google to understand how this works, but I get stuck as don’t know where to begin. So any help I would appreciate.