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Got the Fujinet inside a Atari 1030 modem done today

I used the original 1030 PCB, just desoldered some stuff so I could use the traces to hook up the Throughhole Fujinet. So both SIO ports work, power/wifi light and power switch and power plug(for external USB 5V).

The wiring for the remote box comes out the back where the phone jack was. No holes were made in the case.

Really happy how it came out, and glad to have a 1030 in my setup.

Made a quick video of it in action.

 

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So this is a potentially-dumb question, @Fierodoug5 - if I've missed something along the way, my apologies. But why didn't you tap the SIO signals from your FujiNet right off the SIO ports on your 1030 case? That way you could've just connected it to your Atari with a standard SIO cable.

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It is tapped into the sio ports and hooked up with a sio cable. The bundle of wires out the back go to the remote box(buttons, leds, sd card). 

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I'm trying to build this for the 4mb WROVER and when I build in PlatformIO I get:

 

Compiling .pio\build\fujinet-v1-4mb\bootloader_support\src\esp_image_format.o
src/main.cpp: In function 'void main_setup()':
src/main.cpp:96:9: error: 'fnBtManager' was not declared in this scope
         fnBtManager.start();
         ^~~~~~~~~~~
src/main.cpp:96:9: note: suggested alternative: 'fnLedManager'
         fnBtManager.start();
         ^~~~~~~~~~~
         fnLedManager
*** [.pio\build\fujinet-v1-4mb\src\main.o] Error 1
================================================================================================== [FAILED] Took 19.99 seconds ==================================================================================================
Environment     Status    Duration
--------------  --------  ------------
fujinet-v1-4mb  FAILED    00:00:19.985
============================================================================================= 1 failed, 0 succeeded in 00:00:19.985 =============================================================================================The terminal process "C:\Users\cbelc\.platformio\penv\Scripts\platformio.exe 'run', '--environment', 'fujinet-v1-4mb'" terminated with exit code: 1.
 

 

Look familiar to anyone?

I'm following the guide at: https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/wiki/Board-bring-up-for-FujiNet-Platform.IO-code

 

Thanks!

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Found it! PlatformIO is not as scary as I thought.

I have an 8mb board but had picked the 4 - and that has bluetooth off in platform.ini

 

 

 

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