[Ovmsdev] Modem link-drop crash
gregd2350 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 26 04:17:23 HKT 2017
Thanks, Steve. I can give the simple monitor a try later this week. But,
why would the reset not be consistent? Seems like it's more like a mood it
gets into, where make monitor always resets, then it will not reset for a
few times, then go back to resets. No pattern that I can discern.
On Mon, Dec 25, 2017 at 11:39 AM, Stephen Casner <casner at acm.org> wrote:
> It is a feature of idf_monitor that it can reset the device using the
> RTS line. I thought I read somewhere that this could be disabled, but
> I didn't find that in the documentation just now. They did mention an
> alternative "make simple_monitor" to run an earlier version. Maybe it
> does not do the reset.
> Regarding the need to type Ctrl-J rather than the Enter key, we could
> make ConsoleAsync translate \r to \n as ConsoleTelnet and ConsoleSSH
> -- Steve
> On Mon, 25 Dec 2017, Greg D. wrote:
> > 115200 baud (typo?). Also, you may need to use control-J for the
> "Enter" key when typing commands. I have a Raspberry Pi that I can put in
> the car as a monitor, using Putty for the terminal.
> > Will try the new IDE when I get back home.
> > Greg
> > p.s. Why does 'make monitor' reset the module? Seems to do that about
> half the time for me...
> > On December 25, 2017 1:40:30 AM PST, Tom Parker <tom at carrott.org> wrote:
> > >I've also found that you can connect with a terminal emulator at 155200
> > >
> > >baud and it doesn't reset the ovms (make monitor does reset it) so
> > >hopefully next time it stops communicating while driving I'll be able
> > >to
> > >see what is wrong.
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