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System->Maintenance->Update Firmware

While hovering over that menu you get the current version at the bottom of the screen.

Inside that menu you can choose between "Stable" and "Testing", each of those will show a version number as well.

Note that updating to the testing version is a risk, even if it has a higher version number. As there could be bugs in there.

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Daid,

My printer is located on a secured network and won't be able to connect to the firmware site.

Can we have a firmware link added to the resources page to download and install manually?

Thank you

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When I have gone there (The link you have posted) it just says "Latest..."

How do you know which is the latest number vs what is on the machine?

 

To know that, you need to read the files that the Firmware read's to check if the firmware on the server is new or not

Doing some search on the python of the machine:

 

    __SYSTEM_UPDATE_URLS = {       "stable": {           "rootfs": "http://software.ultimaker.com/jedi/releases/latest.tar.xz",           "signature": "http://software.ultimaker.com/jedi/releases/latest.tar.xz.sig",           "version": "http://software.ultimaker.com/jedi/releases/latest.version",       },       "testing": {           "rootfs": "http://software.ultimaker.com/jedi/releases/testing/latest.tar.xz",           "signature": "http://software.ultimaker.com/jedi/releases/testing/latest.tar.xz.sig",           "version": "http://software.ultimaker.com/jedi/releases/testing/latest.version",

 

So there are 2 files.

Stable

http://software.ultimaker.com/jedi/releases/latest.version

Testing

http://software.ultimaker.com/jedi/releases/testing/latest.version

And indeed, you are right, Ultimaker should show what version you are going to download. Maybe that could be added with a simple query to the txt files @sandervg ?

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