This is the second build of 2.0 Onefinity Firmware.
This has a major rebuild that is 64 bit which will work with either RPI3 (in all current controllers) or RPI4.
Our internal testing uses this pi4: https://amzn.to/3nqKT7i
Known Issues: 1366x768 resolution does not work on RPI4 Only
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Built of 1.2.1 Features (so missing all 1.1.1 features for stability)
After Reset is clicked, initial wizard will reinitiate.
Network moved to master list in flyout menu instead of under ‘general’ section.
Incorporates 64bit programing.
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Ok. So, some progress, some not so much. I am running this on a RaspberryPi 4.
FWIW, the Wizard to set up the controller is nice, simple, and fairly quick. The problem still exists from the first ALPHA build where, after reboot, it is doing a GCODE check, and just hangs. That modal is not closeable, and restarting the browser (kiosk mode, just killing it) yields the same situation. Please let me know what else I can check/change to possibly get passed this blocker.
Not at all. It takes about 4-5 seconds to start playing. I did reload the page again, and pushed play… it did start. The video is about 26MB, so, depending on your Internet connection, it may need to buffer a bit.
In any case, it shows that the code starts up, shows 51% loaded, goes blank, shows 100% loaded, goes blank, then opens up the chromium browser, and presents this:
Hi @shush : can you refresh the browser? Are you getting the same dialog box? Was the same behavior from the beginning or is it showing after your reboot? Can you please confirm the steps what you did? So that we follow the same steps again on our end and see the issue persists? Much appreciated your help here. Look forward to hear from you!!
The Chromium browser accepts no input. If I close chromium, it comes back up and does the same thing. If I reboot, it launches Chromium, and again, presents the same screen.
I wrote the image onto a microSD card using Balena Etcher
Inserted microSD card into RaspberryPi 4
Booted. It took a bit, while I believe it was probably expanding the file system, then it rebooted itself.
After booting, I was presented with a wizard interface, I answered the questions, and it needed to restart once again.
This restart it went through the progression shown in the video. All of the startup sequencing, then booting into kiosk mode, launching Chromium, and automatically loading the test GCODE, and it attempts to simulate. There is sits.
Hi @shush thanks for the prompt response. Few additional questions on our end.
Were you facing the same issue with PI3 or is it happening only with the pi4?
If it is happening only on your end, probably we might need to connect to your machine to understand your configuration to troubleshoot it. If it is happening with others too, then we will take someone help who can replicate the issue.
As we said, we are here to fix if there are any issues with the beta product and make it, stable one. Thanks again for your contribution.