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Ok, now all sensors works. I tried quickly use benchtest from wizards, but it gave some error :(
Should I add some decoder or just give right settings?? EMStudio I'm using now.
So some tips to use outputs. Tried look Benchtest topics, but good instructions for noob is missing.

EDIT: Error is unImplementedTestMode was error.


Thu Sep 18, 2014 3:31 pm
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http://builds.freeems.org/firmware/dev/images/ < load the BenchTest firmware from there and retry. For configuration you need to roll your own source, read this: viewtopic.php?f=54&t=1085 especially the first post, later ones may be out of date. Start on the dev branch once you have the firmware forked on github and cloned to your machine.

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Thu Sep 18, 2014 7:39 pm
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Ok, I load that file. Should I have some loader to upload to it in Jaguar? Freeemsloader need add to laptop?
I forked and cloned in git, but need to search more hints.
That instructions has command prompt commands? Or I'm understanding that wrong?
But I'll search more and try to figure. These are new things to me.


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Which OS are you using?

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Windows 7, XP don't supported?


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Best option right now is a 32 bit debian or ubuntu VM, sorry about that. Others were supposed to be finishing the toolchain stuff off, and never did it. I'm not cleaning up their horrific mess. You MAY be able to get windows 7 working in a git bash terminal. No promises, though. The installer has a broken "make" binary in it IIRC.

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Fri Sep 19, 2014 6:23 am
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Ok, so I have to start new hobby to using Linux that live is easier. How about Mac machines? Would these be good option?

EDIT: UBUNTU VM in WIN 7 64bit, is there difference between 32 or 64 with Ubuntu/Devian? Which should I try to add?


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Definitely 32 bit, but not for long, I have a solution coming. There is the option to do it on a mac, but that's difficult. A 32 bit deb/ubuntu VM is the easy option. Or push your changes for peer review and I'll build your your binaries personally. Up to you :-)

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I'll try to add Ubuntu vm. Let see.


Fri Sep 19, 2014 10:42 am
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Now I have dived in Ubuntu world. First own firmware compiled and big thanks for that goes Mr. Onion! He has helped a lot and told secrets for Ubuntu.
Some progress on Jag enclosure also. Finishing goes later, when I get my bug in garage from rain. I'll start new topic of ride.


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