Are you saying that I can have the modules on a USB drive on my laptop, then ssh into RACHEL & use rsync with the IP address to copy the modules from my local USB on my laptop to the CAP?
It does no good to try to add the USB to the CAP as there’s no way to access the media directory. As soon as I plug in the USB the /.data file points to the USB and the /media/RACHEL directory is no longer recognized as a directory so you can not walk the path to /media/RACHEL/rachel/modules/ in order to copy anything.
Right, understand the problem and haven’t gotten to a fix on this.
I’m guessing I can just use SFTP to copy modules either to or from my local USB, but the problem I’m experiencing is that I need to import Kolibri channels from a local disk & the way RACHEL Plus v3 is messing with the file structure I don’t see how I can do that.
I think that if you used SFTP to copy Kolibri modules from your computer to the RACHEL device, there should be a way to then load the modules from a local folder @laura_LE
Also, I don’t know how to update my Kolibri module to the newest version without the Internet.
World Possible hasn’t tested the newest version of Kolibri with RACHEL. You should be able to download a portable installer package from Learning Equality to a local computer, and again, SFTP the package to RACHEL and unpackage.
That being said, we currently have important safeguards to manage permissions and port conflicts and boot up sequences which you are likely to blast over if you just go straight to learning equality and download the latest version and try to install it. I would strongly discourage attempting this at this current time. @laura_LE