Dave Hylands wrote:
> Hi Marcus,
>> I am wondering what I am doing wrong with the robostix Simple-Servo
>> I have used scp to place the Simple-Servo .ipk file onto the gumstix.
>> Also included:
>> )(Any of these I dont really need?)
>> Installed and then found the .hex file in the /root/ directory.
>> But for some reason there is no display of the input (ADC) or the output
> So did you program the .hex file to the robostix?
> (This is all from memory because I am not home right now)
> I have used
> uisp --erase --upload if=Simple-Servo.hex
> to place the Simple-Servo.hex file onto the robostix.
> This is the only command I really used.
> The Red LED Flashes and the servos move when I change the R of the 10K
> (I have run Simple-Flasher as well)
> Once it's running on the robostix, It prints the output to UART-0 of
> the robostix. It also flashes the red LED on the robostix.
> I would like to see the ouput. (E.I. the printf that displays the pulse
> and input on the A/D pins)
> My ttl-to-USB converter is still connected to the Gumstix(console or
> ffuart). And Yet I get nothing on the screen. I have tried using a
> Kinda like I when beginning the hello world program with hello
> Maybe Im not using the right command.
> If you leave the programming jumpers connected between the robostix
> and gumstix, then UART-0 on the robostix will be connected to STUART
> (/dev/ttyS2) on the gumstix. You can use a program like sertest to see
> the output on the gumstix.
>> Is it possible that I did anything I did wrong when going through the i2c
>> processes? Or am I suppoesed to have the ttl serial adapter connected to
>> uart other than the ffuart? Maybe I missed something. Any suggestions?
> What commands did you run, and what stuff do you have hooked up?
> Im not sure what command to run.
> Hope I made some sort of sense... :-/ thank you.
> Dave Hylands
> Shuswap, BC, Canada
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