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  1. EN is the esp32 hard reset pin. I moved it to a SMD pad that can accept a metal snap dome or just be shorted with something metal. It's not really needed since we use a button on GPIO to do a "safe" reset. The power switch is effectively a hard reset. I opted to have the smd pads "just in case".
  2. They are stored on the sd card in the FujiNet directory.
  3. The issue in firmware to break out of MIDIMaze is fixed in this commit. Now we just need the server side stuff. I think there's someone in the discord chat working on a python server.
  4. python3 esptool.py --chip esp32 --port "/PATH/TO/YOUR/SERIAL/PORT" --baud 921600 --before default_reset --after hard_reset write_flash -z --flash_mode dio --flash_freq 40m --flash_size detect 0x1000 bootloader.bin 0x8000 partitions.bin 0xe000 boot_app0.bin 0x10000 firmware.bin 0xc10000 spiffs.bin
  5. The flasher will automatically download the latest firmware files when it starts, no need to download the flash tool each time there's an update. We were working on a new build today so you may have seen the version jump from today back to January and back again.
  6. Looks like a lot of missing command frames there. I only see 2 that actually made it to the fujinet and the bits are out of order. Not really sure what's going on here
  7. You should get more output than that I would think. Run the flash tool, turn on debug output, press reset button on fujinet before turning on the atari. The checksum error isn't desired, no, but I see the fujinet is getting the serial data. "CF: 00 31 53 00 00" is an out of order command frame, it should be "CF: 31 53 00 00 84".
  8. Can you get some debug output from the FujiNet when trying to boot on the 1200XL? Hookup USB to a computer, run the fujinet flasher and hit the serial debug output button. Paste the output here (inside a spoiler tag preferably)
  9. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download Unimaginable Upgrades: * By popular demand, Config can now copy files from one host slot to another * Bluetooth Device name, baudrate and enable at boot options added to fnConfig.ini * Atari COMMAND assertion will break FujiNet out of MIDIMaze mode if active * SDMMC to SDSPI fixes for latest Espressif IDF/PlatformIO updates 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.
  10. "Fuji Commander" as a separate program from config sounds like good idea. Config is already too big.
  11. Yes, the WROVER-E module replaces the B module
  12. This sounds handy. While it's definitely possible, I think it would require a hefty rewrite of the LED code to make it efficient. The way it's written now it would be busy blinking the LED all the time I'll look into it when I have some time. https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/issues/431
  13. I've added persistent baud rate auto saving and ability to change BT device name to fnConfig.ini. It will be in the next firmware release
  14. I guess I can see the point of having the disk swap button 'work' while in CONFIG, it seems to be more work than it's worth. The purpose of the disk swap button is for swapping disks while running something like a multi disk game. Besides, don't some/most programs get loaded into RAM and if you hit RESET you are booting the disk that's in RAM again? ie, moving to the next disk is pointless cuz it boots the previous disk in RAM already? I guess if you power off/on again and have the FujiNet external powered then you could do disk swaps like you want. I just don't see the point of having CONFIG show you that you've pressed the disk swap button. If you're in CONFIG and want to put something in a slot, picking and mounting the disk to a slot seems easy enough to me.
  15. The color is the 3d printed plastic. The label is clear with black print so it can be applied to any color case. Can't wait to see what you come up with!
  16. @Gavin1968 has made a logo sticker, but I can't find them on his site for sale
  17. I recently added a configuration option (saved to fnconfig.ini) for bluetooth mode enabled at boot. I might be able to add a persistent option for baud rate or remember last used baud rate if it would be useful.
  18. Perhaps I misunderstood the question. I thought you wanted to copy a disk to a tnfs server. Create a new blank disk on your tnfs server or sd card, then copy the original to it using dos or a sector copier
  19. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.e6b3e94e Version Date/Time: 2021-01-22 01:42:35 Build Date/Time: Mon Jan 25 02:25:21 UTC 2021 Crazy Config Changes: * Once you have saved your Wifi credentials, CONFIG will skip the first scan/connect at startup. (ESP32 will automatically connect during bootup) * If Wifi is not connected when CONFIG starts, it will attempt to connect to the saved AP and re-scan if it cannot connect * Selector bar is now green or red. Green means Wifi connected, Red is not connected * If you are not connected to Wifi and you choose a TNFS server in the host list you are taken to the Wifi scan screen 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. Probably in the Atari 8 Bit forum somewhere. Search for SIO2BT. Maybe @TheMontezuma can chime in as he ported it to FujiNet. SIO2BT was around way before FujiNet.
  21. It's very much functional but you need a patched OS to support SIO2BT.
  22. I had made a change to config that skips connecting to wifi at the start. This made for a slightly quicker boot by skipping the wifi poll and taking you right to the hosts screen. This does not prevent wifi from connecting automatically if you have already saved your ssid & password. Note, the white light indicates wifi is connected. I removed this change yesterday due to a different issue so you can update the firmware again to remove this change.
  23. This tells me that the FujiNet is in SIO2BT (Bluetooth) mode. Press and hold button A (far left button) until the blue light turns off. Then turn off/on the Atari and see if it boots
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