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ARM agent V1.57.2001 released
We have added an ARM version of the agent.
The agent has been testing on Raspberry Pi 3A and 3B+ development boards without any known issues at this time.
If you wish to try it, simply log into your app.outagesio.com control panel and create a new software agent where you can download it.
Note that there are no instructions for it at this time.
Download it onto your device, create the agentid file as mentioned, chmod to run, run. Then check your dashboard.
If hops and pings are not coming in, something is blocking ICMP from reaching our network.
Think there is a problem with the download link, the CP told me to update, i click to download and get
The webpage at https://app.outagesio.com/agent/downloadSoftware/id/36 ERR_INVALID_RESPONSE
And this is why forums will be so much nicer than form/email support :).
It was updated to v1.58.2002 which is why the above version is no longer available. We failed to link the new files.
Thank you for letting us know, try it now, it should be fine but FYI, you'll be getting the latest version.
It's ok now Mike, thanks.
Could the latest version and binary per release be made available somewhere so that we could access it programatically?
I believe you experienced that when you first joined, suggesting linked files etc which is partly what we were doing and unable to keep track of.
We tried offering a direct download version but it's too complicated to keep track of.
The reason for so many updates lately is mainly trying to get to a final, stable version that we won't be changing again for a long time.