Martin MAURER schrieb:
> all these settings failed, yet the last one has maybe just a simple
> reason: it tried to read data from sector 1 where most likely only
> sector 0 will contain data.
> I stored the data temporarily on:
thanks for your logs! I just looked at them and found the following:
* it seems that sometimes single bytes get lost within sector transfers,
hence the checksum and "Unknown item type" errors. I remember that we
had already observed this in the logs you provided back in November...
Perhaps reducing the baud rate could help here (you could try dlbaud=9600)?
How do you connect the logger (bluetooth or USB or ...)?
* after reading a single sector my logger resets the baud rate so I put
a workaround in skytraq_read_single_sector(). However your device seems
not to have this bug thus the workaround breaks things here: that's why
reading sector #1 in your last log fails.
You can try commenting out lines 699-701 (the 3 lines after the
commented out "rd_char" block) and recompile.
* for the moment it seems to be necessary to force read-at-once=1. I'll
have to check why the automatic detection currently fails.
Please let me know if this makes any changes.