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  1. https://atariage.com/forums/topic/298720-fujinet-a-wip-sio-network-adapter-for-the-atari-8-bit/?do=findComment&comment=4656669 Build Time/Date != Version Time/Date I need to make some changes to that info to make it more clear
  2. While fujinet is booting, all 3 leds should be dimly lit then turn off. When Wifi is connected the white led should be on. Sounds to me like you have a hardware problem with the led
  3. Typing +++ will hangup the connection so you don't need to wait for it to timeout. Do you have a list of AT commands you want added? Can you open an issue here with that list? It should be fairly easy to add some of them, only need to edit 2 files probably (modem.cpp & modem.h).
  4. I'll be skipping v1.1, only 10 were made. Just pretend it doesn't exist. I am working on a v1.2 that fixes issues listed here
  5. You can ALWAYS check the current version and build time at https://fujinet.online/download and I usually post here when I do an update. The current build is 20 minutes old: I have moved the "Latest Firmware Version Info" block up higher in the page. Perhaps nobody scrolls far enough to see it.
  6. There was an issue with the automated build script that prevented fnCONFIG from being updated. This has been fixed and a new update is available with the latest fnCONFIG. Also, there is a bug in the tnfs server. After 255 sessions, the server will no longer accept new connections and throw a Failed to allocate session error. If you are lucky enough to have already got a session id, then the server will still work for you but not for any new connections. This is causing the "ERROR MOUNTING HOST SLOT" problems you are seeing. It's a good idea to restart any public facing tnfs server daily until the bug is fixed.
  7. The time and date listed on the fujinet.online website is the "build" time but notice the version number in the fujinet web admin is the same.
  8. If you don't have a 1088XEL then you don't need v1.1. I just added a note to the item page at fujinet.online. If you are interested in seeing the hardware status, check the issues on github or see the long hardware thread.
  9. I've not used the command line tool myself so I can't help you there.
  10. Correct. The flash tool only supports WROVER boards with 8MB PSRAM and 16MB flash WROOM is not supported. You are welcome to fork the code and make it work if you like, but we are not supporting it. You can follow the instructions to build the code yourself https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/wiki/Board-bring-up-for-FujiNet-Platform.IO-code and you need to checkout the code from https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/releases/tag/v0.1.ccbb292f.
  11. New firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download Most notable change is the addition of SAM speak for disk swaps which can be enabled from the FujiNet web configuration interface.
  12. I've finally got a 'working' prototype built using 2 sn74ls07 buffers to separate the FujiNet from the Atari. The buffer chips are only powered when FujiNet is ON by using some transistors and this fixes the back power issue. I unfortunately have a new issue with this setup. The FujiNet alone on the SIO bus works great, but when I connect another drive there is some questionable boot sounds. Also, I've noticed this on the v1.1 boards I made with the 2 line buffer. Any ideas what is happening here? VID_20201003_151541413.m4v
  13. Heh, whoops.. they shift the other direction, sorry We do what we can with the buttons we have and the Atari side config. 'Bonus' configuration will be handled with the web interface. Early on we made it clear that the web interface will be needed for some configurations. personally, I don't even see a use case for having an empty slot but I'm not hardcore user either so, ignoring everything after an empty slot for rotate makes sense to me. the problem with swapping empty slots is that you would always have to swap 8 slots even if you only have 2 disk inserted. Lots of wasted button presses.
  14. Ultimately we want the ability to change disks from the web interface which would allow you to see what is mounted but it has not been implemented yet. To be clear, this is how disk swap with the button works now: start D1 D2 D3 D4 swap D4 D1 D2 D3 swap D3 D4 D1 D2 swap D2 D3 D4 D1 swap D1 D2 D3 D4
  15. You can do it in FujiNet CONFIG on any host; SD or TNFS (if you have write permissions).
  16. You could also do a disk copy from any tnfs server to your own server or sd card, no need for sio2anything. All you need is FujiNet 😉
  17. @jamm's idea is the best. Meanwhile, I've had a script up and running at https://fujinet.online/tnfs-data for some time now. It allows browsing the dirs and downloading the files if there happens to be something you want from there.
  18. Sure, it's possible. Open an issue on github for a feature request. The enable SIO2BT via long button press has always been there. Have not heard of it being an issue yet and it does not appear to be an issue since you were not aware of it until someone mentioned it . The latest update has better button press detection so you no longer need a solid “One-Mississippi” to register a single press. Fun fact: there is also top secret Double Tap button press detection for developer use
  19. It's not a 'risk', it's a feature You need to hold the button for about 3-4 seconds for it to switch to SIO2BT mode.
  20. I don't know the status of cassette support. Maybe @jeffpiep can clarify where it's at. A new update is available with better button press recognition, the JSON parser and other minor fixes.
  21. Only 1.0 is released now. I am working on another revision when time allows. Relevant update to the schematic for 1088xel is in this thread. This is the part used https://www.ti.com/product/SN74LVC2G07 RE: Power Switch, I'll look for something better. Until then, stop abusing your fujinet
  22. I can send you a new switch or swap units. You can remove the old switch with hot air, but do not use hot air to put a new one on unless you want a pile of plastic goo.
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