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Also, whenever I select my board, and come back into this dialog, it does not show the board I selected previously.
I've reinstalled Ubuntu, VSCode and Arduino (using snap) this week and can't use the Board Manager as well as the Board selector anymore.
Anyone having the same issues/any solutions?
Thanks in advance!
I'm also having the same problem after the VS Code update. I can't open the Serial Monitor after uploading (need to declare the serial port in arduino.json manually since clicking the "Select Serial Port" does nothing).
Reinstalling version 1.48.2 helped in my case https://code.visualstudio.com/updates/v1_48
I ran into all the same problems as everyone else running serial port monitor with this extension, so I made one using powershell that you can run in the terminal session: https://github.com/stevemcilwain/SerialPortMon
Same pain-point here. Very frustrating for a newcomer trying to follow the DevKit Getting Started tutorial on Microsoft Docs site with my MXChip. Uploading was fine once I manually entered "port": "COM7" into Arduino.json but trying to use the serial monitor feature threw error. In the end, to check telemetry was being sent I fired up Azure Cloud Shell in Windows Terminal and used the
az iot hub monitor-events command. I eventually settled on using VS Code's integrated terminal with that azure CLI command so I could see telemtery firing up within VS Code. Also wondering if just using something like PuTTY tool would have worked. At least I managed to get past that issue and continue on through the Getting Started tutorial.
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