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  1. You can put the Fujinet anywhere in the chain. You can even plug a SIO cable into the receptacle and use it that way if needed.
  2. Everyone should be using the same STL but the tolerances from printer to printer will be different. The gap between the plug and receptacle was added after the first few units went out and there were issues with the SIO cable not staying in. This reduction in size helped those who had problems. The issues that I've heard since that change have been minimal. I think the spring/pressure pinned SIO cables are more likely to pop out due to the shorter pins in the Fujinet receptacle. I did a lot of searching for pins during the initial design and this was the best I could find. If anyone knows of longer ones, I'd be happy to update the design. I have found some that are ~1.25mm longer but cost twice as much. Not sure if that extra length would be worth the added cost or not.
  3. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.7d4cf107 Version Date/Time: 2021-01-21 23:30:55 Build Date/Time: Fri Jan 22 00:43:13 UTC 2021 Fabulous Features: * Added SIO set PROCEED timer rate command to N: * Removed debugger from CPM * Started adding BDOS CP/M commands for N: * CPM I/O speed improvements 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.
  4. That looks to be in all the way. The pins in the FujiNet are short and the pressure from the plug pins is pushing it out. There's not much that can be done about this other than getting a different cable. The pins are too short. There's really no way to fix this without longer pins. The JAE cable I have does fit the best
  5. It's probably due to a hardware bug. Are you able to apply the solder blob fix shown in the post below (pins 5 & 6)? If not, PM me and we'll work it out.
  6. What type of cable do you have? Can you compare with my pictures here the amount of gap between the cable and receptacle? It should be about 1.5mm gap.
  7. Glad it's working now. Thanks for confirming the fix.
  8. Did you have trouble flashing it before applying the solder bridge or was it just a preemptive fix?
  9. You can download the flash tool from https://fujinet.online/download which is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. Chromebooks (as far as I know) run Linux so the Linux 64 bit flash tool might work for you.
  10. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.bec03534 Version Date/Time: 2021-01-18 22:12:42 Build Date/Time: Tue Jan 19 19:12:09 UTC 2021 Extravagant Enhancements: * N: Firmware rewrite now merged in (FTP not working yet). Thanks @tschak909! * CP/M support, more info here: https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/wiki/CP-M-Support Thanks @tschak909! * Added phonebook support to the MODEM. Phonebook saved to config file. Thanks @manterola! * Key clicks disabled in CONFIG 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. I don't know. You could try downloading the Linux 64 bit flash tool and see if it will run.
  12. A new firmware update is available at https://fujinet.online/download FujiNet Version: 0.5.e09997c5 Version Date/Time: 2021-01-16 02:23:59 Build Date/Time: Sat Jan 16 23:27:52 UTC 2021 New Stuff For You: * Web UI: now shows working path & filename for mounts * Web UI: new rewind button for CAS files. After CSAVE you can rewind cassette to the beginning for playback * Modem bugfix: increase delay for loading handler * SIO2BT: state is saved in config file. If BT is enabled it will startup in SIO2BT mode (Feature request by @MrFSL) 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.
  13. Can you provide a link to the original post?
  14. Yes, thank you, I can't count either. It's pin 5 and 6 that need bridged
  15. The problem with v1.3 board not flashing is due to an unconnected pin on the CP2102-QFN24. VIO should be connected to VDD. I will update the design files soon. The fix for already made boards is a simple solder bridge:
  16. I believe some programs stay resident in memory and some do not when you press reset on the Atari. Someone more knowledegable could clarify.
  17. There have been requests for being able to quickly save a tnfs disk to SD card but it's not implemented. You can however use a disk copier: create/mount a new disk image on the SD card and copy the disk from a tnfs server to your new disk image.
  18. I've had another user with the same problem and after some troubleshooting it appears the capacitor responsible for the auto reset circuit (C2) is the culprit. I will be doing some testing to figure out a better (lower) value.
  19. https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/commit/a7951184a1955571d344a3ab02d44d299b3f5ee9
  20. Are you pushing it in all the way? The Chelco cable I have has to be pushed in pretty hard to bottom out in the port. The other cable (labeled JAE) is a different style and goes in smooth and bottoms out nicely. Do you have another cable to try? The images below show how much gap when the cable is all the way in. Make sure yours is in that far
  21. Ok, thanks for trying. If another cable doesn't work or you can find another, send me a pm and we'll figure it out
  22. Can you try the attached flash tool which slows the baud rate down when flashing? The FujiNet is communicating with the computer since it's showing the debug output, it's just having a problem with flashing for some reason. FujiNet-Flasher-macos_slow.zip
  23. You can plug FujiNet into any SIO port, plug or receptacle, anywhere in the chain. Make sure the disk swap sounds are turned on using the FujiNet web configuration page (http://fujinet or the ip address of your FujiNet) Your Incognito is slowing the boot time enough for FujiNet to be ready. No need to worry
  24. Unplug USB from the FujiNet, hold A button and plug in USB cable to FujiNet. All the lights should turn on dim. Then try to flash. If you have another cable, try it too (even though this one works with your other FujiNet).
  25. The tape method is the best option for those who have units already (I do this myself). Adding a curved cutout to the front side of the case like the one on the back might help. Not an option. The buttons and antenna take up all the available space up top. This could be possible with some rearranging and rerouting I investigated using a push/push type socket but none are small enough to fit where the current one resides. Putting it on the front is an option but makes it more difficult for assembly. not sure about this
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