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  1. I mean the esp32 chip in the fujinet is severed from the SIO bus when fujinet is turned off. All SIO lines are always passed through from the plug to receptacle so anything else can still work even though the fujinet is turned off.
  2. Yes To completely separate fujinet from the Atari if fujinet is turned off. I am looking into some options. Most likely option is to use a push push micro socket on opposite side of the pcb. If you look at the pcb/gerbers, there's not much room to put it anywhere else without completely redesigning the thing.
  3. v1.6 is still a work in progress. I've been busy and haven't had much time to spend on it. As of now, the changes are: * Longer receptacle pins for better fit * Run MOTOR line thru buffer * SD Card detect pin to a GPIO
  4. This is great! Will you be sharing source code or binaries for the server? I'd love to host a server on fujinet.online.
  5. The switch case is supposed to be soldered to pads on the pcb on both sides. These pads are not electrically connected to anything. Either they broke or they were not soldered by your vendor. You are probably better off with the hot glue fix
  6. This is available in the latest firmware update:
  7. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.194250a3 Version Date/Time: 2021-06-09 19:15:24 Build Date/Time: Wed Jun 9 23:57:28 UTC 2021 * Fix fnCONFIG bug where empty SD Card could allow mounting a non-existent file or not allow creation of new disk * CP/M mode now uses set baud rate of terminal instead of fixed 9600 (DT80 calls SIO cmd 'Z' which still forces 9600 baud) 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.
  8. I would have replied sooner but nobody tagged me and I haven't been keeping tabs on the forum much. If you tag, me I'll get an email and be happy to answer questions. I use version numbers to keep track of changes for myself (selfish if you want to call it that ). Each pcb ordered gets a new version number and made in a different color than the previous. The changes for released versions are listed on the wiki and in the README for each hardware release. * 1.1 and 1.2 were test versions that didn't cut it (trying to add buffer) * 1.3 added open drain buffers for better compatibility with other SIO devices on the bus. The problems with flashing 1.3 were found out after release * 1.4 fixed the flashing problem with 1.3 * 1.5 has a few minor tweaks I wouldn't buy or sell an unfixed v1.3 FujiNet. You never know who will have problems and it's a waste of money and time (shipping) to not do the fix which is really quite simple (if you have the capability to manufacture a FujiNet). v1.3 with the fix applied work fine. v1.6 is still a work in progress. I've been busy and haven't had much time to spend on it. As of now, the changes are: * Longer receptacle pins for better fit * Run MOTOR line thru buffer * SD Card detect pin to a GPIO
  9. Thanks, that works! Indeed, it seems a little faster. I've added this to the ATR as well as changed the url to fujinet.online/fujifind My changes to the server side stuff if anyone wants to take a stab at making it better: https://github.com/mozzwald/FujiFind
  10. I can add it if someone shows how to do it. Just did a quick search and couldn't find out how. The autorun seems to add a carriage return when it first loads the script so without the input/pause it would press return with an empty url
  11. Now that there's some support for chunked http transfers, my silly site scroller should work with long pages. (tnfs or www) https://fujinet.online/tnfs-data/networking/www.atr Currently the script pauses for each screen fill and if you wait too long to press return, the next page will be out of sync or it will keep scrolling the same page forever. I suspect the buffer on fujinet is getting overwritten/out of order because we aren't reading it fast enough. anyhow, it's a good way to test the new chunked support
  12. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.6f806979 Version Date/Time: 2021-06-03 03:48:26 Build Date/Time: Thu Jun 3 23:15:13 UTC 2021 Wonderful World Wide Web: * Added support for chunked HTTP transfers. Can now get looooong web pages: Now, who's gunna write a real Atari web browser? Also of note for anyone building firmware on their own, PlatformIO has updated the Espressif32 platform to 3.2.1 (ESP-IDF 4.2.1) which has broken the stock build due to IRAM overflow. You can get it to build by disabling Bluetooth in your platformio.ini but (obviously) Fujinet Bluetooth will not work. We will work on reducing IRAM usage to get Bluetooth support back in. In the mean time, the firmware builds available with the FujiNet flasher will remain on the older Espressif32 platform so everything remains working. 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.
  13. Make sure the card is formatted fat32 and not exfat or something else. Please capture the serial debug output of the boot and attempt to load from the SD card using the FujiNet flasher or some other serial terminal and paste it here. I've had some people try many SD cards before they found one that worked.
  14. Thanks for the patch, it has been added to the wiki. If you want to add more to the wiki or website or both it would be much appreciated. I'll get a hold of you on discord and we can work it out.
  15. Yes, please write something up to be added in the Quickstart Guide. I don't think github supports PRs on wiki pages so you can either paste it here or open an issue on the repo with your proposed changes. Thanks!
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