with the filesystem
if i edit a file , for example something like this
Device file | 183 bytes | Last synchronization: a month ago ping offline
from pycoproc import Pycoproc
__version__ = '1.4.0'
def __init__(self, i2c=None, sda='P22', scl='P21'):
Pycoproc.__init__(self, i2c, sda, scl)
when i edit p21 to p23
2 seconds later it automatically switch back to 21
@jirkakrepl said in pybytes coredump:
What is your which is sending signals to Pybytes, please?
i have no idea what you mean by this sentence.
@misterlisty Have you got an rtc = RTC() statement in your code? You need to have that to make any calls to rtc.now (Note the upper and lower cases in your code).
utime.localtime() might also be useful to you...
Is the following configuration possible?
Pycom device 1 - HTTP server with WiFi in AP mode, listening on port for data from device 2
Pycom device 2 - HTTP client with WiFi in STA mode (connected to device 1 AP), sending data to device 1
@danielm said in Using PyCom products in Hungary, Telekom NB-IoT network:
In Slovak Telekom network NB-IoT service is operated in B20 using Ericsson RAN and it is possible to connect. By the way part of EPC functionalities is served from Deutsche Telekom and I expected it will be the case for Magyar Telekom NB-IoT network deployment as well.
Thanks for the info!
@jand said in Lost PyMakr in VSCode:
@paul-thornton Yes, these are work laptops. I don't think the IT department has attached an internal chip. But I cannot know that for sure.
The Rugged latitude series may have a GPS on board. But I think that Dell will write correct sentences onto the virtual serial.
If it is a project notebook, someone may have installed a virtual GPS to replay recorded test data.
I blame the dfu driver on the Win 7 machine. The expansion board 2 has no PIC, so the dfu driver shall not interferre.
Will the pycom update tool, cmd line or a terminal program find your devices?
Have you connected something to the firmware update pin?
@arthurmed So what are the properties of the pulses to receive, and what kind of device is it that you want to connect?
Edit: I just tested that: Even if you specify then number of pulses, it will not return until a timeout happens (and the documentation is still wrong, because pulses_get() does not accept any arguments).