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Just added additional images (Xenial Base Image, openSUSE Base Image and Volumio Digital Audio Player) to the OS list. Stay tuned.
Added 2 more images (Q4OS and DietPi).

Edit: Added 3 Armbian images.
We are at the end of fixing issues raised by our QA and also feedback from users (e.g. Mac Launch Services and Digitally Signed issues feedback by tkaiser). We will try to build the 2.0.0-beta2 tomorrow for QA and estimate release will be next week.
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Checking image version used by Pine Installer

In case you wish to download images without going through the installer, or to see if they are identical to those listed on the download wiki pages (which are not always in sync):

The Pine installer first gets the file http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_instal...oards.json which contains a list of relative URLs for the separate products. e.g. "{"name": "PINEBOOK", "os": "default/pinebook.json"}".

Add a prefix to get http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_instal...ebook.json and that contains the URLs for the actual images, checksums, etc.
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(05-04-2017, 01:49 AM)AYeomans Wrote: [ -> ]Checking image version used by Pine Installer

In case you wish to download images without going through the installer, or to see if they are identical to those listed on the download wiki pages (which are not always in sync):

The Pine installer first gets the file http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_instal...oards.json which contains a list of relative URLs for the separate products. e.g. "{"name": "PINEBOOK", "os": "default/pinebook.json"}".

Add a prefix to get http://files.pine64.org/sw/pine64_instal...ebook.json and that contains the URLs for the actual images, checksums, etc.

If you find it hard to read the JSON content, you can always click on the little "i" at the right of the PINE64 Installer OS images listing to go to the Wiki to download the images. So far we update the JSON and wiki at the same time. If you found any image's version on PINE64 Installer that cannot be found on Wiki, please let us know. Thanks.
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