Just wondering if you are free to talk me through something? I successfully flashed two edisons yesterday in preparation for APs. However, while flashing one my computer stuffed up and shut down. I have reconnected this edison/explored block to the computer today. Used "sudo screen /dev/tty.usbserial-* 115200" So i get can to a stage where i can reflash. However I just get no response and a blank sudoscreen. I hit enter and just no response. I dont know what to do. I did get some advice yesterday, which didnt really make sense to me. Basically a brick at the moment.
@ChrisHanzic :Hi Chris, I just started setting up APS as well and was able to flash my Edison yesterday after having a lot of issues with it as well. It didn't show up in my drivers, my screen was blank when trying to connect to it,... I would try following steps :
Check if your edison shows up in your devices
replug the cables
repeat the flashall instructions If none of the three help , I would try to reflash it after using the recovery flag: ( adding --recovery to the flashall.sh command.) This does not work on a mac, but I installed ubuntu on a usb stick and flashed it from there (https://communities.intel.com/thread/56133)
@silentium123 We don't do any kind of combo bolus (dual wave or square wave) because that would block OpenAPS from being able to set temp basal rates to adjust as needed. Also, OpenAPS replaces that function of adjusting insulin after a meal as needed. So don't think anyone here will know if a combo bolus manual entry is possible
@Cathje if you're getting that error message consistently, you may need to reflash ccprog. Search the docs for "ccprog" and run those three lines. Should help.
@danamlewis : Thank you very much for the quick reply. However, if I try to run those 3 lines, it says it cannot put the chip in debug mode (and as a result cannot erase it or reflash it). I tried reinstalling the oref setup and then running the 3 lines again, but no luck
@cathje - naively - sounds like a sick explorer board to me ...
IF you have a spare edison and/or explorer, try swapping out the explorer (or Edison if only that) and see what happens...
on another topic … I tried RTD to learn a bit more about offline mode, but no luck. Accidentally, almost, tried offline on an airplane the other day, but it wanted a wifi password. … where to check and set that?