CloudReady v48.1 Release for Free Users!

See our blog for details on the changes in this release.

 

v48.1 Release Info:

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zip archive: dot9ulke24k0x.cloudfront.net/cloudready-free-48.1.24/cloudready-free-48.1.24.bin.zip
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zip archive: dot9ulke24k0x.cloudfront.net/cloudready-free-48.1.26/cloudready-free-48.1.26.bin.zip
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12 Comments

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    Courtney

    I have a quick question I can only connect to the internet using a cell phone through tethering (turning my cell phone into a wifi hotspot) and well only have 2g unlimited data. So wondering until I get regular internet back will cloudready auto update by itself or will it wait? I mean if it tried updating it would take forever and more then likely get stuck downloading.

    So wondering if it will auto update by it self or should I be fine till I get actual internet again?

    Edit: On another note this update would help me though since I have a ralink driver.

    Edit 2: Also I could try just downloading the zip and doing a clean install from usb since that would probably safer but still if I can would rather wait till I get actual internet lol. 

    Edit: 3 sorry for asking I usually do a clean install with every new update and probably won't be able to update for awhile so just wanted to make sure cloud ready wouldn't auto update on me in all honesty cause that would just be bad. especially on a slow 2G cell phone internet. 

    Edited by Courtney
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    Forrest Smith

    It will automatically start downloading unless you stop it - I'll get back to you tomorrow with a cmd line way to halt auto-updates

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    Courtney

    Ah OK thank you Forrest I might be able to do a clean install to the latest version Wednesday but no guarantees though in all honesty.

     

    Edit: just tried downloading the zip and said it would take 15 hours. So yeah unlimited 2G internet isn't a option lol. 

    Edited by Courtney
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    Ivan RUthlesst

    I ill let you know if this version will be bootable on my lenovo ,Cheers

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    Courtney

    Never mind Forrest I was able to go to the library and use their wifi to downloaded the latest cloudready os version. Put it on my usb and did a clean install. So don' t need the command line to disable the auto updates right now. I might have to ask again in the future though. No telling if the internet will be back on this month in all honesty.

    Also from what I have seen and used the my wifi signal is a lot stronger though and get more bars/lines then before.

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    Forrest Smith

    Courtney - glad to hear you worked it out!

    I'll try to be ready if you ever need to stop updates again.

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    Courtney

    Ah OK thanks Forrest

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    Pierre Renaud

    Since the update to version 48 a few days ago, I have 4 computers in my classroom that refuse to work. Either the WiFi doesn't work anymore or the computers keep rebooting on their own. When I re-install version 47 from my key, everything is fine. But then, CloudReady updates itself and the problems start again. Can I at least stop the updates and stick with 47?

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    Forrest Smith

    Pierre -

    are you using a certified models? Best to start a new thread with as much info as possible about the hardware

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    Mei J.

    I still don't get the concept of staying so far behind. Nonetheless version 50 is out or dev version 51/52.

    They don't do changes to 49 anymore so why stay on 48?

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    xallobj

    Neverware needs to do a lot of changes to the dev build to support a wide range of different hardware than just Chromebooks. They need to do the changes and do tests to support Hardware like Ethernet- and WLAN-cards, Displayadapters, CPUs, and so on. So this takes a lot of time. I guess internally they already are on 52.

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    xallobj

    By the way, tested on Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 13 (Core i3 Model) x64 release, runs fluently in single boot mode, except the Realtek WLAN Module. I replaced it with an Intel 4965AGN from Lenovo, which is supported by the BIOS.

    Edited by xallobj
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