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I tried FujiNet for the first time today and while the WLAN setup worked perfectly, most of the time mounting ATRs over the network for booting does not work.

 

Listing files over the network works fine for all servers, as does selecting files into the drive slots, but once I hit [OPTION] I get the "MOUNT AND BOOT" header, a few slow "writing" SIO sounds and then the machine reboots but finds no disc. For some files I get an error message on the MOUNT AND BOOT screen, but most of the time the machine just boots without error message.

 

I have tried about half a dozen discs images from the various pre-installed servers and only ever found one ATR and one XEX demo on Atari8.us that worked (DOS 2.5 found in the DOS folder there didn't work either).

 

FujiNet has the latest firmware.

 

[22:56:26]CF: 70 f9 01 00 6b
[22:56:26]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:26]ACK!
[22:56:26]Fuji cmd: MOUNT HOST
[22:56:26]::mount {1} "FujiNet.online"
[22:56:26]::mount_local Attempting mount of "FujiNet.online"
[22:56:26]::mount_tnfs {1:2} "FujiNet.online"
[22:56:26]::mount_tnfs Currently connected to host "FujiNet.online"
[22:56:26]COMPLETE!
[22:56:26]
[22:56:26]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:26]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:26]ACK!
[22:56:26]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:26]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:26]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:26]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:26]ERROR!
[22:56:26]
[22:56:26]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:26]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:26]ACK!
[22:56:26]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:26]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:26]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:27]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:27]ERROR!
[22:56:27]
[22:56:27]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:27]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:27]ACK!
[22:56:27]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:27]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:27]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:27]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:27]ERROR!
[22:56:27]
[22:56:27]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:27]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:27]ACK!
[22:56:27]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:27]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:27]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:27]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:27]ERROR!
[22:56:27]
[22:56:27]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:27]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:27]ACK!
[22:56:27]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:27]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:27]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:27]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:27]ERROR!
[22:56:27]
[22:56:27]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:27]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:27]ACK!
[22:56:27]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:27]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:27]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:28]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:28]ERROR!
[22:56:28]
[22:56:28]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:28]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:28]ACK!
[22:56:28]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:28]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:28]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:28]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:28]ERROR!
[22:56:28]
[22:56:28]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:28]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:28]ACK!
[22:56:28]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:28]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:28]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:28]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:28]ERROR!
[22:56:28]
[22:56:28]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:28]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:28]ACK!
[22:56:28]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:28]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:28]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:28]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:28]ERROR!
[22:56:28]
[22:56:28]CF: 70 f8 00 02 6b
[22:56:28]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:28]ACK!
[22:56:28]Fuji cmd: MOUNT IMAGE
[22:56:28]Selecting '/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr' from host #1 as r+ on D1:
[22:56:28]fujiHost #1 opening file path "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr"
[22:56:29]TNFS open file: "/DOS/Dos_2.5.atr" (0x0003, 0x01b6)
[22:56:29]ERROR!
[22:56:31]
[22:56:31]CF: 70 d9 00 02 4c
[22:56:31]sioFuji::sio_process() called
[22:56:31]ACK!
[22:56:31]COMPLETE!
[22:56:33]
[22:56:33]CF: 31 53 00 00 84
[22:56:33]
[22:56:33]CF: 31 53 00 00 84
[22:56:33]
[22:56:33]CF: 31 53 00 00 84
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[22:56:33]CF: 31 53 00 00 84
[22:56:34]
[22:56:34]CF: 31 53 00 00 84
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[22:56:34]CF: 31 53 00 00 84
[22:56:34]
[22:56:34]CF: 31 53 00 00 84
[22:56:34]
[22:56:34]CF: 4f 40 4f 4f 2e
[22:56:34]SIO TYPE3 POLL
[22:56:34]Sending TYPE3 poll to dev 50
[22:56:34]sioModem::sio_process() called
[22:56:34]MODEM TYPE 3 POLL <<RESET POLL>>
[22:56:34]
[22:56:34]CF: 4f 40 4f 4f 2e
[22:56:34]SIO TYPE3 POLL
[22:56:34]Sending TYPE3 poll to dev 50
[22:56:34]sioModem::sio_process() called
[22:56:34]MODEM TYPE 3 POLL <<RESET POLL>>
[22:56:34]

 

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From the mount and open commands I see above, you're mounting with mode 0x0003, which means READ/WRITE.

 

Since most TNFS servers have file permissions set to not allow write, you can't do that, it will fail.

 

Mount read-only, and you'll be fine.

 

This is important because the file itself isn't copied to your system before use, it's sent over the network as sectors are requested.

 

-THom

 

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7 hours ago, tschak909 said:

Since most TNFS servers have file permissions set to not allow write, you can't do that, it will fail.

 

Mount read-only, and you'll be fine.

No headbang icon here ;) Makes perfect sense, of course. 
 

Would it be possible to ‚trap‘ that during either selection or mounting and revert to read only and/or give an error message (and/or show the permission level in the file listing)?

 

 

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7 hours ago, slx said:

No headbang icon here ;) Makes perfect sense, of course. 
 

Would it be possible to ‚trap‘ that during either selection or mounting and revert to read only and/or give an error message (and/or show the permission level in the file listing)?

 

 

possible, yes. :)

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1 hour ago, tschak909 said:

possible, yes. :)

I do understand this is open source on GitHub but I understand so little C that I didn't even find the source file where this would need to go in, yet....

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6 minutes ago, slx said:

I do understand this is open source on GitHub but I understand so little C that I didn't even find the source file where this would need to go in, yet....

So, the code for config is here:

https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-config

 

And the code that does the mounting and booting is here:

https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-config/blob/master/src/mount_and_boot.c

 

-Thom

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On 3/15/2021 at 4:19 PM, tschak909 said:

So, the code for config is here:

https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-config

 

And the code that does the mounting and booting is here:

https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-config/blob/master/src/mount_and_boot.c

 

-Thom

I tried to understand what is happening in the code. As I said, C is not something I have extensive experience with. 🤯

 

If I understand it correctly, the retries are based on fuji_sio_error() which in turn is based on OS.dcb.dstats .

 

So after a failed mount attempt in mount_and_boot_mount_all_devices, it would be necessary to read the actual error code code from OS.dcb.dstats. If the error was caused by the target file being RO, write an error message ("R/W mount failed, trying R") and perform another round trying to mount read-only. 

 

(What I don't get from the code is whether OS.dcb.dstats is actually accessible from mount_and_boot_mount_all_devices. If not, maybe fuji_sio_error could be redefined to deliver the actual error code and the comparison >128 be made when it is called?)

 

Would OS.dcb.dstats read 135 when trying to mount a read-only file?

 

Would I even be able to test this, i.e. is it possible to load a changed config program onto FujiNet without bricking it?

 

 

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5 minutes ago, slx said:

I tried to understand what is happening in the code. As I said, C is not something I have extensive experience with. 🤯

 

If I understand it correctly, the retries are based on fuji_sio_error() which in turn is based on OS.dcb.dstats .

 

So after a failed mount attempt in mount_and_boot_mount_all_devices, it would be necessary to read the actual error code code from OS.dcb.dstats. If the error was caused by the target file being RO, write an error message ("R/W mount failed, trying R") and perform another round trying to mount read-only. 

 

(What I don't get from the code is whether OS.dcb.dstats is actually accessible from mount_and_boot_mount_all_devices. If not, maybe fuji_sio_error could be redefined to deliver the actual error code and the comparison >128 be made when it is called?)

 

Would OS.dcb.dstats read 135 when trying to mount a read-only file?

 

Would I even be able to test this, i.e. is it possible to load a changed config program onto FujiNet without bricking it?

 

 

Basically, you'd want to check for any DSTATS != 1 and if so, try again as read only.

 

As for uploading a new config, yes, it is possible, you need to do the instructions to bring up the development environment (We use platform.io, which we use from VS.code) 

 

We provided instructions for this, here:

https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/fujinet-platformio/wiki/Board-bring-up-for-FujiNet-Platform.IO-code

 

Once this is done, you can do:

* Modify CONFIG code.

* make dist

* copy autorun.atr to fujinet-platformio/data

* load VS.Code

* Use the fujinet-v1->Upload Filesystem Image task to update the filesystem on the device.

* test

* repeat

 

As for the code being in C, it's merely something I did out of convenience. If somebody wants to write CONFIG in asm or something else, I can help facilitate that.

 

-Thom

 

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I'm not sure if my question falls under this topic, but I'll ask it here anyways.

 

I recently received by FujiNet and connected it to my XEGS.  My problem is I can't get it to read the SD card.  I followed the instructions from the 'FujiNet For Dummies' video and entered "SD" in the first slot under TNFS Hosts List, but when I select slot #1, labeled "SD", the FujiNet says "ERROR MOUNTING SLOT."  I have a 16GB SD card which I formatted on a Macintosh.  It has a few Atari files on it.  Do I need to format it in a certain way to get the FujiNet to read it?

 

Thanks!

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58 minutes ago, Bill246 said:

I'm not sure if my question falls under this topic, but I'll ask it here anyways.

 

I recently received by FujiNet and connected it to my XEGS.  My problem is I can't get it to read the SD card.  I followed the instructions from the 'FujiNet For Dummies' video and entered "SD" in the first slot under TNFS Hosts List, but when I select slot #1, labeled "SD", the FujiNet says "ERROR MOUNTING SLOT."  I have a 16GB SD card which I formatted on a Macintosh.  It has a few Atari files on it.  Do I need to format it in a certain way to get the FujiNet to read it?

 

Thanks!

Did you format the card for FAT32?

 

-Thom

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Yes.  I checked it and it is formatted as MS-DOS (FAT32).

 

I'll get a different card and give it a try.

 

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On 3/17/2021 at 7:31 PM, tschak909 said:

As for uploading a new config, yes, it is possible, you need to do the instructions to bring up the development environment (We use platform.io, which we use from VS.code) 

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As for the code being in C, it's merely something I did out of convenience. If somebody wants to write CONFIG in asm or something else, I can help facilitate that.

Thanks. What IDE do you use for compiling CONFIG?

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4 minutes ago, slx said:

Thanks. What IDE do you use for compiling CONFIG?

I don't. I write code in emacs, and type make. I currently use Windows subsystem for Linux.

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What brand/size of micro SD cards do people use?  I tried 2 different cards now, both formatted as MS-DOS FAT32, but I still get the "ERROR MOUNTING SLOT" message.  Once I format the SD card, do I simply drag Atari .atr files to it?

 

Also, I downloaded the TNFS server image from atari8bit.net, followed the instructions, and wrote it to a SD card.  When I select the server from my Fujinet, all it sees is a "/" directory which is says it EMPTY.  I made a folder titled "/" on the SD card and copied Atari files to it, but the Fujinet doesn't see them.  What am I doing wrong?

 

Thanks.

 

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3 minutes ago, Bill246 said:

What brand/size of micro SD cards do people use?  I tried 2 different cards now, both formatted as MS-DOS FAT32, but I still get the "ERROR MOUNTING SLOT" message.  Once I format the SD card, do I simply drag Atari .atr files to it?

 

Also, I downloaded the TNFS server image from atari8bit.net, followed the instructions, and wrote it to a SD card.  When I select the server from my Fujinet, all it sees is a "/" directory which is says it EMPTY.  I made a folder titled "/" on the SD card and copied Atari files to it, but the Fujinet doesn't see them.  What am I doing wrong?

 

Thanks.

 

I use a bog standard SanDisk 2GB card, that I got a few months ago.

 

But have used cards up to 64GB in size (kind of pointless, but...)

 

They're formatted as FAT32, and you can simply copy the different ATR, CAS, and XEX files to them, in the folder structure you wish. The #FujiNet will also write its configuration files and the output of the printer spooler (paper) there too, as well as appkey files and the output of the MODEM sniffer.

 

As for the server, I will defer to others who use the image, as I built my own. (paging @Mr Robot)

 

-Thom

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3 hours ago, Bill246 said:

Also, I downloaded the TNFS server image from atari8bit.net, followed the instructions, and wrote it to a SD card.  When I select the server from my Fujinet, all it sees is a "/" directory which is says it EMPTY.  I made a folder titled "/" on the SD card and copied Atari files to it, but the Fujinet doesn't see them.  What am I doing wrong?

The SD card and your TNFS server are not related in any way other than you can see them both from your fujinet. 

 

To see the contents of your SD card add a host called SD in your fujinet host list. 

To see the contents of your TNFS server add TNFS.local (or the IP address of your raspberry pi) to your Fujinet host list. 

 

To put files on your TNFS server you will need to find the server on your computer. Samba and avahi are both running so it should appear in the network locations area of your computer. opening that will give you a tnfs folder which is the folder visible to the fujinet. You can also FTP/SFTP onto the tnfs server and the files will be found in the root of the disk in a tnfs folder "/tnfs". if you get asked for a username or password, they are both tnfs

 

 

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wouldn't it make sense to have SD already in the hosts list?

I don't remember having to add it... maybe it was, then wasn't, or was added and I've forgotten?

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The TNFS server works for me now.  Thanks for the instructions.

 

I tried 4 different SD cards in the Fujinet, but it does not read any of them.  Each time I select the SD slot and hit Return, the Fujinet says "Error mounting slot," goes back to the page where it connects to my wireless network, then returns to the screen where it lists the different hosts and slots.  Can anyone thing of something I'm overlooking?  I don't think I'm inserting the SD card incorrectly, because it only fits in the Fujinet one way.

 

Thanks.

 

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22 minutes ago, Bill246 said:

I tried 4 different SD cards in the Fujinet, but it does not read any of them.  Each time I select the SD slot and hit Return, the Fujinet says "Error mounting slot," goes back to the page where it connects to my wireless network, then returns to the screen where it lists the different hosts and slots.  Can anyone thing of something I'm overlooking?  I don't think I'm inserting the SD card incorrectly, because it only fits in the Fujinet one way.

Can you capture some debug output with the FujiNet connected to a computer and run the flash tool from https://fujinet.online/download? Connect Fujinet to the computer, run the tool, press serial debug output button, then press RESET button on the FujiNet. During bootup the FujiNet tries to mount the card and shows error output if it fails.

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Here is the serial debug output.  If I'm reading it correctly, it mounts the SD card.  I hooked it back up to my XEGS, but it still says "Error mounting slot."  I'll try it on my Atari 800 and see if it does anything different.

 

Thanks again to everyone who's offering suggestions.

 

Using '/dev/cu.SLAB_USBtoUART' as serial port.
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[07:45:07][07:45:07]
[07:45:07]--~--~--~--
[07:45:07]FujiNet 0.5.ed9d13bd 2021-03-15 00:55:47 Started @ 4
[07:45:07]Starting heap: 4056756
[07:45:07]PsramSize 3917592
[07:45:07]himem phys 4456448
[07:45:07]himem free 4456448
[07:45:07]himem reserved 262144
[07:45:07]FujiNet Hardware v1.1 and up
[07:45:07]SPIFFS mounted.
[07:45:07]SD mounted.
[07:45:07]fnConfig::load
[07:45:07]Found copy of config file on SD - copying that to SPIFFS
[07:45:07]copy_file "/fnconfig.ini" -> "/fnconfig.ini"
[07:45:07]copy_file copied 742 bytes
[07:45:07]fnConfig::load read 742 bytes from config file
[07:45:07]WIFI_EVENT_STA_START
[07:45:07]WiFi connect attempt to SSID "9190Network"
[07:45:07]esp_wifi_connect returned 0
[07:45:07]disk UNMOUNT
[07:45:07]disk MOUNT
[07:45:07]ATR MOUNT
[07:45:07]mounted ATR: paragraphs=5760, sect_size=128, sect_count=720, disk_size=0
[07:45:07]Creating a default printer using FS_SDFAT storage and type 1
[07:45:07]SSH client initialized.
[07:45:07]ModemSniffer::ModemSniffer(FS_SDFAT)
[07:45:07]SIO SETUP
[07:45:07]Set HSIO baud from 0 to 67431 (index 6), alt=68209
[07:45:07]Available heap: 3894452
[07:45:07]Setup complete @ 506 (502ms)
[07:45:07]WIFI_EVENT_STA_CONNECTED
[07:45:09]IP_EVENT_STA_GOT_IP
[07:45:09]Obtained IP address: 192.168.4.40
[07:45:09]SNTP client start
[07:45:09]Starting web server on port 80
[07:45:09]SNTP time sync event: Sat Mar 27, 11:45:09 2021 +0000
 

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I can't connect to Wifi reliably and stay connected on my 800 Incognito.

I'm trying to run a BBS.

 

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