How can I restore my CueServer 2 Firmware?
CueServer runs upon a Linux-based operating system, which is a part of why CueServer is such a powerful system. As with running any operating system, the need to occasionally modify internal files is unavoidable, but can be risky business! If a system file is accessed and the system is unable to complete the writing process, it can lead to unusual and unexpected behavior or even system corruption! We understand this risk can cause problems, which is why starting with CueServer version 3.1.0, the entire CueServer operating system has been shifted to a read-only structure.
In taking this step, we have reduced the instances in which CueServer is vulnerable to such read-write corruption from slim to none. This means that while all read-write operations for show files remain necessary, they are exclusive to the SD and non-volatile systems. The result is that the system files are not changed, and as a result, we have seen zero corruptions running the new read-only firmware.
With that said, we understand that not all CueServers are currently deployed with the v3.1.0, so in the rare event that a CueServer has become corrupted, this will get it back up and running in no time!