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sudo apt-get install rpi-update
That's pretty much it. I would change that to "Only run rpi-update if you know you need a specific build of the firmware or if you were asked to do so by Dom."pablo808 wrote: Only run rpi-update if you need the latest bleeding edit updates.
Yup, that's right, @asb is the maintainer of the Raspberry Pi build of Raspbianrasppyuser wrote:Hi, I have been using rpi-update for some months, but I want to move to the more stable package images (using apt-get).
I have found this comment that lists some packages affected by rpi-update and propose a command to override rpi-update updates with apt-get ones: https://github.com/raspberrypi/linux/is ... t-46278157
Is the comment right, or are there more packages affected, or do I need to do more things to go back to apt-get version?