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ryan42

Member since Dec 2016 • Last active May 2018
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  • in Puck.js, Pixl.js and MDBT42
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    Ah right, cheers. I had a feeling that might have been it but I’ve got it in a hard to access location so I thought I’d ask first.
    I’ve been using the external adapter because I seem to get a better range with it vs the internal Bluetooth.
    Thanks for the heads up.

  • in Puck.js, Pixl.js and MDBT42
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    G'day everyone,

    Just wondering if anyone has come across this error before while trying to connect from the WebIDE?

    I can see the PuckJS but am unable to connect. The following is from the Pi status page served from the EspruinoHub.
    I have also just updated the EspruinoHub and WebIDE running on the Pi as well as my PuckJS to 1V95.

    Connected
     Bleno State poweredOn
     Bleno.startAdvertising Success
     Bleno.setServices Success
     Starting scan...
     Scanning started.
     Tue Feb 20 2018 20:05:10 GMT+1100 (AEDT) Connection accepted.
     Websocket MQTT connected
     /ble/notify/puckController/nus/nus_rx => "\"\""
     Scanning stopped.
     /ble/ping/puckController => "\"\""
     e7:bc:6c:91:xx:xx: Connecting...
     e7:bc:6c:91:xx:xx: Error Connecting: Error: Command Disallowed (0xc)
     Scanning started.
     Scanning stopped.
     e7:bc:6c:91:xx:xx: Connecting...
     e7:bc:6c:91:xx:xx: Error Connecting: Error: Command Disallowed (0xc)
     Scanning started.
     /ble/ping/puckController => "\"\""
    

    I'm using an RPi3 with external an bluetooth adaptor and the WebIDE from another linux machine.

    Until now I have just been using the EspruinoHub with Node-Red for some control based on clicks but since the WebIDE was added it would be a great way to reprogram them too.

    Any help would be great.

    Cheers
    Ryan

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  • in ESP8266
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    Thanks Ollie, I have just checked on my power supply and it all looks pretty good. I'm not sure why the baudrate is only sticking with 74880 rather than switching over to 115200 either.

    Maybe I have just got a dodgy batch off eBay as the first 2 on my 2 Picos are working perfectly.

    Cheers, Ryan

  • in ESP8266
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    I'm using the ESP-01.

    I do have the cap and the power supply should be fine. I was originally running it off a Picos 3.3v because I didn't have anything else laying around but after having a few issues I decided to sort out something a bit stronger.
    I'll double check it all again to make sure I haven't got anything wrong with it.

    Cheers,
    Ryan

  • in ESP8266
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    Hi Guys,

    I've been using the ESP8266 with my Picos for a while now and decided to try move some of my simpler Pico setups onto the ESP8266 so I can use them for some other jobs. I have been reading the forums for the last week or so but don't seem to have come up with the answers...

    Firstly I cannot seem to ever see any wifi access points? It always returns an empty list. I flashed with the AT firmware to test that and managed to find about 10 nearby.
    Secondly I can only access the Espruino prompt at 74880 rather than 115200 which means I cannot use the WebIDE. Not sure whats going on here as I don't think I've seen anyone else have this problem either.

    Has anyone else encountered this? I'm using 1v87.tve_master_b3dc05b, I've tried 1v88 and 1v89 from the download page but they didn't boot correctly, can't quite remember why. Sometimes the console also becomes unresponsive and resets. Not sure what this might be either. I've spent the last 2 weeks trying by myself but thought it might be easier to just ask here!

    Thanks in advance!
    Ryan

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