Upsilon Drone Releases

On your Linux host, where Docker is already installed; root@host$: docker run -it centos Then, inside the container; root@container$: yum install vim wget -y
root@container$: cd /etc/yum.repos.d
root@container$: wget http://repos.upsilon-project.co.uk/upsilon-rpm-el7/upsilon-rpm-el7.repo
root@container$: yum install upsilon-node
root@host$: cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
root@host$: curl -O http://repos.upsilon-project.co.uk/upsilon-rpm-fc24/upsilon-rpm-fc24.repo
root@host$: yum install upsilon-node
root@host$: cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
root@host$: curl -O http://repos.upsilon-project.co.uk/upsilon-rpm-el6/upsilon-rpm-el6.repo
root@host$: yum install upsilon-node
root@host$: cd /etc/yum.repos.d/
root@host$: curl -O http://repos.upsilon-project.co.uk/upsilon-rpm-el7/upsilon-rpm-el7.repo
root@host$: yum install upsilon-node
Debian builds are offline at the moment. Use the bindist version; http://repos.upsilon-project.co.uk/upsilon-bindist/ Recommend you install like this; root@host$: dpkg -i upsilon*.deb && apt-get -fy install

See the rpi specific instructions.

Windows support is quite primitive at the moment. You can download the ZIP archives and go from there.