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mozzwald

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  1. It isn't 100% feature complete, but FujiNet-PC is working. Source code is here. See this thread for more info:
  2. I think this can be done. I'm probably gunna go with IO12 due to the current board layout and IO12 is close to the SD slot. The firmware will need to check for the pull-up at boot and enable this feature if available. Will try to bodge up a board when I have time.
  3. Sounds like you have a hardware problem then. The button should not press itself Contact your vendor about repair or replacement
  4. This message could be caused by any number of issues. I does not necessarily mean WiFi interference. It could be that packets are getting lost over your local network or the internet. This will only appear if you press Button B on the FujiNet. Did you build your own FujiNet hardware?
  5. This thread is for hardware discussion. Please start a new thread or use the Testing and Bug Reporting thread and provide serial debug output while trying to access a TNFS server. You can use the FujiNet Flasher to capture this information.
  6. Happy to help! I like the option for external antenna on the NUC since there's probably room for the external connector somewhere on the case. The IE module is nice for that since it can be used both ways if you can bodge the resistor. For funsies I made this thing up. It's non-functional. (and no, I will not be actually designing this)
  7. I opened an issue on Github so I don't forget about it. The only point of it originally was to check if the Atari was on or not. It's no longer used for anything other than the display. If it's not easily fixed or fixable at all, I'll remove it.
  8. Not really sure what's happening. This page states the "partition cannot be mounted." Not really sure if the card is detected or if it just doesn't like the partition.
  9. It could be an issue with the code @tschak909 posted. I whipped that up very early on. I have confirmed readings with my multimeter and compared them to the voltage displayed and it's very close, ie, SIO voltage measured at the FujiNet receptacle pin matched the displayed voltage.
  10. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.ed9d13bd Version Date/Time: 2021-03-15 00:55:47 Build Date/Time: Mon Mar 15 03:32:59 UTC 2021 Brilliant Bug Fixes: * Temporarily Limit bytes waiting to 512 to work around race condition of getting status during opening a file. 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.
  11. Can you capture the FujiNet startup logs? Open the debug monitor, then reset the FujiNet to get it's bootup messages
  12. Try accessing both your TNFS servers (raspi & windows) using the python TNFS client. If it fails also, then you've got a windows problem. https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/spectranet-tnfs-fuse/blob/master/tnfs_client.py
  13. If it helps, here's a picture of the resistor and which two pads to short for which antenna. It's a simple fix, but not easy for everyone
  14. Did you get anywhere with the SD card problem? I see you've got new boards incoming. What messages did you get about the SD card in debug output? I notice you are using the WROVER-IE module which is setup to use an external antenna. If you plan to use it without external antenna you should move the 0 ohm resistor next to the antenna connector which puts the wifi signal on the pcb antenna instead. Alternatively, you could remove the resistor and solder blob the correct set of pads (for those not able to handle the tiny parts).
  15. Schematics are on github if you'd like to see how it's powered by either SIO5V or external USB. I just ran those while SIO and USB powered and did not notice any problems, but the esp32 is not running 'full tilt'. Need to think of a way to make the cpu stay busy to do a proper test. I also have UAV installed in this 800XL which could make a difference.
  16. I won't be adding it since it's not compatible with all systems.
  17. Loading from other servers was working and in the end his XEX problem was cured by restarting the local TNFS server. Case closed.
  18. nope, esptool.py is just for flashing the firmware. @a8isa1 can you use minicom (or some other serial terminal) to get debug output (baud 921600)?
  19. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.043f69be Version Date/Time: 2021-03-11 02:29:28 Build Date/Time: Thu Mar 11 02:58:53 UTC 2021 * NEW 'mount and boot' feature: This makes FujiNet skip CONFIG and instead mounts all slots and cold starts for a faster boot up. You can press SELECT during the 'mount and boot' to re-enter CONFIG. In the web interface under BOOT SETTINGS you select/enable 'Mount Everything' to turn this on. 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.
  20. Exactly this. As Thom explained, the network may not be ready so we need to wait for it if you have a TNFS disk selected in a slot. How are you supposed to boot a disk on the internet if there is no internet connection? Perhaps we can refine the process more so that if a SD disk image is chosen, then don't wait for wifi. For now this is a start in the right direction.
  21. fujinet.atari8bit.net hosted by @Mr Robot appears to be back up now (https://atari8bit.net/fujinet-server/) The fujinet shouldn't 'restart' when it fails to connect to a host, after 3 failed attempts to connect (visible in the serial debug output) it should display an error on the bottom line then it verifies wifi connection before returning to the main slots screen. If something else is happening, your firmware may be out of date. (current version: https://atariage.com/forums/topic/313303-fujinet-firmware-update-information/?do=findComment&comment=4765383)
  22. FujiNet flasher only supports the 16GB WROVER module. You can use PlatformIO/VSCode to build and flash the 8MB board by using the 'fujinet-v1-8mb' board config option that was recently added. The wiki on github has instructions for setting up pio/vscode to build fujinet firmware. Currently, we aren't using the entire 16MB and that's why the 8MB variant still works. In the future as we add features the 8MB may become 'obsolete'. There is effectively no price difference b/w the 8MB and 16MB module so we went all the way
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