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  1. That's all written in java which wont work for the esp32
  2. I'm surprised the flash tool even runs on that thing I thought the M1 was an ARM CPU. Anyways, if there's some other serial monitor you can use it also (is there minicom on mac command line?) Set your baud rate to 921600 and whatever your serial port dev is. Looks like the command frame is being sent or received corrupted: [17:31:53]CF: 40 77 4e 00 06 [17:31:53]NAK! [17:31:53] [17:31:53]CF: 40 77 4e 00 06 [17:31:53]NAK! [17:31:53] [17:31:53]CF: 40 57 4e 00 e5 [17:31:53]ACK! there's a bunch of 77's when it should probably be 57 (and then it ACKs) I'm sure others are better suited to answer this, but if you have a pokey chip you can swap out, try that.
  3. Can you capture some debug output with FujiNet-Flasher when printing with the 800XL? If the output is too long, attach it as a text file or in a spoiler. This is 100% on topic. It's FujiNet related and you are in the FujiNet forum
  4. Not sure about the dns. Try adding the ssh port "N1:SSH://192.168.1.100:22"
  5. The login failure is probably due to the deprecated key exchange. I've added this to my sshd_config file on a raspberry pi to enable the deprecated key algos: # For FujiNet KexAlgorithms [email protected],ecdh-sha2-nistp256,ecdh-sha2-nistp384,ecdh-sha2-nistp521,diffie-hellman-group14-sha1 This obviously isn't ideal, but it works for now. We are looking into another ssh lib and also the one we are using appears to be working on adding more algos.
  6. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.570061a6 Version Date/Time: 2021-04-25 00:00:38 Build Date/Time: Wed Apr 28 23:23:38 UTC 2021 Incredible Inclusions: * Added 512 byte disk sector support * Working SSH support * Link to the wiki in webui * Alpha SMB support * Faster loading of config with splash screen (thanks @apc!) 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.
  7. I've been updating the SIO breakout board and have designed the pcb it so that it will fit a receptacle on one side and the other side can have a plug or receptacle (permanently attached). The case is slightly different whether you have the plug or receptacle on front. Dual Receptacle Animation Plug and Receptacle I've added optional SMD and/or Thru Hole pads for a capacitor on the 5V line. I will be ordering boards soon to test it out. The 3D design files are in the hardware repo
  8. indeed, adding the dir makes it work
  9. Building relocatable ZX0 decompressor ../tools/relgen.py zx0unpack-1000-f.obj zx0unpack-1201-f.obj ../tools/pack/a8/zx0unpack.obj Traceback (most recent call last): File "../tools/relgen.py", line 208, in <module> main() File "../tools/relgen.py", line 142, in main with open(fnout, 'wb') as fout: FileNotFoundError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '../tools/pack/a8/zx0unpack.obj' Makefile:60: recipe for target '../tools/pack/a8/zx0unpack.obj' failed this is as far as I got
  10. replaced autorun.atr with the new one above in fujinet-platformio/data/ then upload filesystem soooper fast, me likes
  11. yes, it's in the latest firmware from https://fujinet.online/download/ : [6a79fbb7] webui: option to mount read or r/w I assume you are following the correct process to mount an image thru the web ui? you won't see that until you select an image to mount.
  12. To me, a modem is a completely pointless device now. What am I supposed to do with it? Look at it? I have not had a real landline in over 15 years. It makes more sense to re-purpose it into something useful.
  13. You would replace the 1030 pcb with the FujiNet pcb. Then you would drill holes in the original front panel to fit the new buttons and sd card slot. A 3d printed template/jig would be used to properly align the holes to be drilled. It's probably possible to design a replacement from panel. Not sure how easy it would be to print it or how good it would look
  14. There was some more chat on the FujiNet discord tonight about a FujiNet inside the 1030. I played around a bit more with the layout and this is what I came up with (nothing is routed, just component placement and very rough at that): You can see the original board outline in the image above. The front panel (IMO) is where the buttons and SD slot should be, but others may beg to differ . My idea is to make a 3D printed jig that fits over/in the front panel with holes that are to be drilled out for the buttons and SD slot. One existing LED will be for SIO activity and the other existing LED a bi-color LED for WIFI and BT status. There was a recommendation to put the SD in the back where a SIO receptacle is instead. While I can understand that, it still doesn't seem right. I'm open to ideas still.
  15. Every FujiNet hardware version uses the exact same firmware and have 99.9999% the same feature set. You can see the hardware differences in the wiki. Most of the changes are bug fixes. The only (that we are aware of) major problem you could have with v1.3 is the inability to upgrade the firmware due to a hardware bug if your vendor did not apply the fix and this bug only affects some computers, not all.
  16. Are you having problems with your v1.3? There is no need to buy a new one unless you want an additional Fujinet to use on another computer.
  17. The simplest way to test it would probably be to hook it up to the pc and open a serial terminal. It might be preloaded with some test program. Also, try the Arduino framework. It is probably easy to install and upload a sketch.
  18. V1.4 has everything on v1.5 except: Add ESD (TVS) Protection Diodes for USB input Change USB port footprint to use slots Add 10k pull up resistors for uSD Card
  19. I get my parts from Digikey and/or Mouser in USA. Not sure about any other countries distributors
  20. Yes, you can plug a SIO cable into the Fujinet receptacle and plug the other end into the Atari or another SIO device and it will work. You may need to power the Fujinet with external power due to the voltage drop depending on your power supply & length of the cable/SIO chain.
  21. As mentioned, your best bet is to plug the Fujinet into another peripheral and probably power it externally. The plug and receptacle are pass through so you can indeed use a cable on the Fujinet receptacle. v1.3 and up have line buffers to separate the esp32 from SIO signals for better compatibility with other devices in the SIO chain. This could be done using a small pcb and two Fujinet style receptacles.
  22. v1.3 had a hardware bug (my fault) that caused issues with flashing the firmware. There is a fix that should be applied to the v1.3 boards (ask your vendor). v1.5 is released with the fix and some other minor tweaks. Changes are listed in the hardware repo readme and on the wiki. There will be a v1.6 with more minor changes: added SD Card detect pin and better SIO voltage measurement, neither issue hinder functionality in older versions. As for stock on fujinet.online, I build small batches of each revision when I have time and put them up for sale. You can signup to get notified via email from the product page but I don't know when I will be making more so could be a while.
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