• Hi - sorry for the late reply on this... I'm not usually checking the forum at weekends. What you're doing all looks good to me. If you're doing stuff on the Pi there shouldn't be any issue with Windows at all.

    Which type of Raspberry Pi did you install EspruinoHub on? Only the Pi 3 and Pi Zero W have Bluetooth built-in...

    So when you set up the Pi, did you go to http://raspberrypi.local:1888/ide or http://www.espruino.com/ide to get to the IDE? The first one is the one you want - and could you try doing it in Chrome, in case it's some issue with the browser you're using?

    And what happens if you go to http://raspberrypi.local:1888/status ? At the bottom of the page, after the current time, does it show a Puck.js device?

    Hope some of that helps!

  • Gordon,

    No worries on the reply. This is a new project for me so I am pushing through a bunch of hours while working the rest of the project I have for my company.

    I was accessing the ide on the raspberry pi 3 and there were signs that the Bluetooth was up and running.

    I am not sure if I have to pair the Puck to the Pi or to the PC. I was able to get the standalone IDE to work and find the Puck and have done a couple of quick examples using the magnetometer that way.

    Unfortunately I am at the airport headed to Texas (early flight) and won’t be back to the office until Wednesday morning. I will update you once I get back and some more testing.

    Thanks for the help. This looks like it might e perfect for our project.



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