The Raspberry Pi Foundation just released the brand, spankin’ new version two. It’s packed with a BCM2836 Quadcore 900MHz ARMv7 processor, 1GB of RAM, 4 usb ports, an ethernet port, and loads over 15 seconds faster than it’s already-out-of-date sibling, the Model B+.
And guess what?
The Raspberry Pi 2 won’t boot from older disk images.
So, save yourself an enormous amount of hassle and run this to update your image:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
You’ll be glad you did, I promise.