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Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
If you can get me your cloud9 user name I will share a po site with you. It is very fun to work with.
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
My cloud9 should be nrobinson2000
Which version of 64 bit ubuntu do you have?
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
my 64 ubuntu is 18.04, but I mess around so much it might not be po's fault
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Ok
I've almost got the vm set up
I'll try installing po in a fresh ubuntu 18.04 vm
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
you got a po version command. something just to test if po is running. po -v
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Just typing po will determine if it is installed
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
check cloud9, I gave you access. I will use my own workspace so mess around with it.
got ta go
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Thanks
Installing in fresh vm now
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Installs and works perfectly. Here's what I had to do:
sudo apt install curl
bash <(curl -sL get.po-util.com)
        v0.8.0-rc.27
        duo
        no
cd Documents
po argon init project1
cd project1
po setup-mesh
po argon build
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
That clears up a few things I was not doing correctly.
you get a chance to read my DM on the particle forum?
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Yeah, I saw it. I've read some of the post you referenced and your experiments look pretty interesting.
I don't have anything to add to it at the moment lol
I haven't really played much with mesh myself
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
Does po make an installation log file? I got it installed and working on ubuntu 16.04 32 bit but particle-cli is having a hard time installing since npm is not installing well.
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Can you try the following to see if nodejs installs?
curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_9.x | sudo -E bash -
sudo apt-get install -y nodejs
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
yeh tried a bunch but not liking it.
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Maybe downloading and compiling the nodejs source might work:
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
particle-cli isn't essential, but it's nice to have
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
Ugh. I did fresh installs of ubuntu 16.04 but it never updated. Just found out I have 267 out of date files. That is probably my issue. By the way have you tried Bash on Windows? I got po-util installed even particle-cli worked but it could not compile the particle code. Would be great if po-util worked on a windows machine.
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
There's demand for it but I haven't had the time to officially support Windows yet.
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
Since po config allows changing the branch, why don't you default the 3 questions on the install script. Is "duo" and "no" that important? I was stressed out by the questions when I first installed. Just a suggestion :)
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Yeah I should probably make those use default values in the next update
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
I've made it so it defaults to the develop branch in the installation and it will no longer ask for the config during the installation.
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
If you want to log the installation to a file you could do:
bash <(curl -sL get.po-util.com) 2>&1 | tee po-install.log
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
That is useful.
Hey Nathan, any chance you can generate a po-util version number such as 0.8.18 in the badge somehow. Would be very useful as things change.
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
I also sent you a message on particle forum of a suggestion for your blank main.cpp
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
That's more fancy than I was thinking. If you can get it working great, but just text on your PO title screen would work as well.
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Oh like a version number in po or po info? I'll see if I can do that.
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
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Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
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Nathan: On cloud9 po-util generates a firmware.bin file in the main directory, but when I do po clean that file does not get deleted. Is this a bug? I just renamed it and then ran another build and it made another one.
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
It's not supposed to. It's for if you are building for multiple platforms and you want save a binary for each platform. po clean deletes the bin/ directory.
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
I've released 0.6.7 which displays the po-util version in po and po info. Support for Device OS v1.0.0 is added as well.
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
Nice. Well Done. I am getting better at using Cloud9 po and then downloading and using particle flash -usb file.bin much faster than cloud9 OTA, which was very unstable today.
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
does po config mesh-develop have to be done before po setup-mesh?
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
Yes
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
Quick question for my own bash files. Does the install script "bash <(curl -sL get.po-util.com)" exit gracefully if the po-util is already installed with the latest version or does it install from scratch every time you run it? I know I could just try it, but mine is now working nicely on Ubuntu and I don't want to wreck it.
Nathan Robinson
@nrobinson2000
It overwrites the po files
Jeremy Ellis
@hpssjellis
Ok. Am I ever getting very fast at working with po-util. I work on the cloud, but download the generated firmware to my computer to install using dfu. Takes seconds to test new firmware, compared to OTA which at school took up to 14 minutes and would not tell me if it was successful. Very impressed.