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  1. I see 38.45 for minimum 3, or 12.82 each. or 76.90 for minimum medium run of 10 (7.69 each) That's the price I see when not logged in. OSHPark is more expensive than the china based fab houses, but the quality is better although it doesn't really matter for this pcb. I had 3 made and use 2 of them regularly. They seem to work ok for me.
  2. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.d4cb81e3 Version Date/Time: 2021-02-24 05:19:32 Build Date/Time: Sun Feb 28 01:30:08 UTC 2021 * (modem.cpp) - Properly reset modem to command mode after DTR and CRX is dropped * (sdkconfig.defaults) - regenerate for IDF 4.2, Change mbedTLS allocation strategy to SPIRAM, which fixes N: HTTPS adapter * (modem.cpp) - Baud Lock command AUX1 now sets explicit baud rate Please do not respond to this thread. If you have an issue, start a new post in the FujiNet subforum, open an issue on the github tracker or ask for assistance in Discord chat.
  3. I added email notifications to the product page that you can subscribe to.
  4. The fujinet.online store is run by me. I have some units in progress but I don't know when they will be ready.
  5. Very interested. If you post your code somewhere, we can look into backporting it. This is/always was the case. Disk slot configuration is saved to the internal and SD card (if available) fnconfig.ini file. the fnctools for dos can be used to configure the already running fujinet The time it takes the fujinet to boot and be ready for the Atari is important here. It takes some time for fujinet to get all the devices ready and be connected to the network. If you are powering the fujinet from the SIO bus then it will do a fresh bootup every time and must reload everything. Network is probably not connected so you cannot boot from a tnfs disk. This problem is avoided by booting the config disk when fujinet is powered up. Maybe there's a way around it by creating a tiny boot disk that polls fujinet until it's ready then it boots the configured disks.
  6. I think the file esp32 system lib only supports fat16 or fat32 (afaik exFat is not supported). Windows can only format fat32 up to 32G. There may be utilities for windows to format larger or you could format it with Linux
  7. Also, the FujiNet-Flasher has been upgraded to use the latest esptool v3.0 if you want to download it. It is not necessary to upgrade, the previous flasher will continue to work.
  8. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.fa579e3f Version Date/Time: 2021-02-13 19:34:11 Build Date/Time: Sun Feb 21 00:49:34 UTC 2021 Distinguished Developments: * UART2 FIFO Fix so soft RESET works properly * Aggressive memory leak fixes for TCP * BBS support for CP/M (BDOS functions to support BYE.COM in fujinet-cpm-tools) * Tons of N: HTTP work. * Set MODEM default baud rate to 300 baud * Lots of little Modem bugs squashed. * update AT? (AT help) command for MODEM * MODEM STATUS changes so FoReM 850 can operate Please do not respond to this thread. If you have an issue, start a new post in the FujiNet subforum, open an issue on the github tracker or ask for assistance in Discord chat.
  9. Just tried this and I get the same problem. Debug output: Looks like the handler isn't actually getting sent over?
  10. (3) add disk management & mounting to FujiNet webui I had this idea early on, think it would be worthwhile and will take some significant work in the firmware.
  11. For anyone having trouble flashing their FujiNet device, please follow this procedure: 1. Plug FujiNet into computer with MicroUSB cable 2. Run FujiNet Flasher 3. Select COM port of FujiNet device 4. Click "Flash FujiNet Firmware" and immediately press and HOLD button A 6. Continue holding button A until you see "Erasing flash (this may take a while)", then release button A 7. Wait for it to finish flashing and you're done I was able to get a Windows 7 computer that could not flash any FujiNet I plugged into it and this process worked every time.
  12. EN is the esp32 hard reset pin. I moved it to a SMD pad that can accept a metal snap dome or just be shorted with something metal. It's not really needed since we use a button on GPIO to do a "safe" reset. The power switch is effectively a hard reset. I opted to have the smd pads "just in case".
  13. They are stored on the sd card in the FujiNet directory.
  14. The issue in firmware to break out of MIDIMaze is fixed in this commit. Now we just need the server side stuff. I think there's someone in the discord chat working on a python server.
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