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  1. At boot, the firmware checks for config on the SD card. If found, it copies it to the SPIFFS. Config writes are stored to both SPIFFS and SD (if available). If config is not found in SPIFFS or SD, it starts fresh.
  2. This is the v1.3 schematic which has been tested working with multiple devices on the bus including a Happy drive and at high speeds. The only issue noted so far is the 'off' SIO sound with any other SIO device on the bus (yet everything works). The sound is normal with FujiNet alone.
  3. You can download any atr from fujinet.online tnfs thru this web front end https://fujinet.online/tnfs-data/ see the networking dir
  4. Unfortunately v1.0 hardware does not play well with high speed drives. The upcoming hardware release has been tested to work with Happy drives.
  5. Is your 1050 drive modified in any way (Happy drive, etc)? Check the receptacle port on the FujiNet and make sure the pins are ok/not bent. You can also try connecting the drive directly to the computer and plug FujiNet into the 1050.
  6. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.8d1a6210 Version Date/Time: 2020-12-14 03:53:18 Build Date/Time: Mon Dec 14 18:29:19 UTC 2020 Memorable changes: * Altirra based ATASCII BBSs now work thanks to @JohnPolka * Cassette images can now be mounted to slot 8 in config. Selection of a CAS file automagically puts it in D8
  7. If it's got a WROVER and has the needed pins exposed, it'll work
  8. If you search the googles for "ESP32-DevKitC-VE" you'll find a handful of places that sell them including Amazon, Digikey, Mouser & Aliexpress. WROVER-E is a new version of WROVER-B. I doubt you'll find any DevKitC boards with 16MB of Flash. 8MB should be fine for now. We haven't filled it up... yet that said, you'll have to build the firmware yourself as the flash tool only supports boards with 16MB
  9. Some USB cables are power only (5V & GND). Some cables are just low quality and may intermittently work. The next revision will fix the problem by separating the FujiNet from SIO when turned off.
  10. This could be due to an issue with your router. Some users have reported that FujiNet would not connect with their dual band router. The ticking is a known issue which will be fixed in the next hardware release. The ESP32 is being back powered from the SIO lines. I don't quite understand what you are saying about VIN. The physical switch (S4) disconnects power (SIO or USB) from the 3.3V regulator that powers the ESP32. SJ1 is a solder jumper that should not be connected if you have the switch installed. Have you tried several different USB cables? It's always the cable ™️
  11. The board you linked says ESP32-WROVER in the title yet the photograph is a ESP32-WROOM board. My instinct says 'run away' I have this and used it for breadboarding https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B087TNPQCV (ESP32-DevKitC-VE)
  12. The board is supposed to automatically enter flash mode when you press "Flash FujiNet Firmware", but you can force it into flash mode by holding Button A (far left) when you plug in the USB cable, then run the flash tool. Try 3 more Someone went thru 8 cables before it worked for them
  13. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.d7586b80 Version Date/Time: 2020-12-05 20:18:46 Build Date/Time: Mon Dec 7 04:28:35 UTC 2020 Notable Bits: Additional fonts for Epson printer emulation & other various printer fixes fixes for cassette emulation tcp/ip tweaks for better modem emulation. ATASCII BBSs now work, but can freeze up (still investigating) Increase RAM to fix some ATX loading issues
  14. I was thinking something like the old fujinet prototype with edge mounted SIO plug on one side and the MIDI connectors on the opposite
  15. The FujiNet SIO connector designs are available. You could add that to a fancy new SIO2MIDI PCB, no need for tangled cables (except those MIDI cables )
  16. No, the esp32 we use does not have USB. The USB port on FujiNet is attached to a Serial-to-USB chip which connects to an esp32 UART. There is a new ESP32-S2 which is capable of USB host and device mode, but it lacks in other areas so probably not useful as a FujiNet. While MIDIMaze mode on FujiNet works it still needs improvement. Connections are eventually dropped so you can only play for so long. In regards to general MIDI with FujiNet, there is the AppleMIDI / rtpMIDI protocol which could be implemented allowing Atari to connect to MIDI devices via network. Just need someone to want it bad enough and do it (not me)
  17. This tells me you're using an older firmware and you should update. This command was added in the beginning of November and is used for the weather app. Other than that, I see this error which looks like there was a duplicate SIO transaction. I know absolutely nothing about the Atarimax 32 in 1. Looks like a way to choose from 32 different OS's? I'm guessing it does something at boot that allows you to pick? Maybe there's an issue with that, but I don't know enough about it.
  18. There is some documentation about the N: device on the github wiki. If what you're looking for isn't there, @tschak909 will have to answer.
  19. According to the XLEnt Word Processor Manual (PDF) (which I believe you are using) you must setup the printer driver with the proper control codes. Did you do this (see page 34 of the manual)?
  20. The weather app requires XL/XE OS. Maybe someone else can chime in on the other issues. Perhaps it's related to the upgrades and how they work. Can you capture some FujiNet debug output when the failures happen? Connect the FujiNet to a computer with USB, run the fujiNet flasher and click the serial debug button. You can then copy and paste the output.
  21. Thanks for finding that out. I've added execute permissions to the binary that is available for download.
  22. You can add the site to the Exceptions list in AVG and it will allow you to access the page
  23. Can you try running it from terminal as root and see if it gives any more error information? What version of Catalina are you on? I don't have access to a Mac for testing and the build is automatically compiled by github.
  24. That tnfs server is shutdown permanently
  25. https://www.maxkeyboard.com/ansi-layout-custom-color-cherry-mx-keycap-set.html Custom colors, custom printed, single sets I propose to add both the FFC and through hole. I solder FFC connectors all the time and it's easy peasy Have you had any boards made yet? I'm interested in the XE board
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