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    It depends... It is slower than the other memory...

    It depends... It is slower than the other memory locations, but again it depends on your usage. In particular how often you read/write to cache versus how often does it actually have to read/write...
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    Quick update: I reworked the setup, such that...

    Quick update: I reworked the setup, such that the Visual Studio builds using the same .c file as used in the makefile

    I then added the external stuff into that source file. And it appears to...
  3. Might help if we had a better idea of what is...

    Might help if we had a better idea of what is going on and what you would actually like:

    That is you say you have 4 clocks running that can update the display? Do they want to update the whole...
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    Not right now I am building for Debug x86 I am...

    Not right now I am building for Debug x86
    I am not sure if x64 can build.

    If you open properties on project:
    Go to linker/Input section

    The Additional Dependencies:...
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    It probably would build on 2019 as well... The...

    It probably would build on 2019 as well...

    The RAWHID stuff was done on 2019
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    For the heck of it, I thought I would see if I...

    For the heck of it, I thought I would see if I could make a version of the teensly_loader_cli that builds on windows using visual studio.

    For Linux it was easy to build even under windows using...
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    #define USE_NATIVE_ETHERNET #define...

    #define USE_NATIVE_ETHERNET
    #define USE_ILI9341_T3N
    //#define USE_ILI9341_T3

    #ifdef USE_NATIVE_ETHERNET

    // In NativeEthernet.cpp,EthernetClass::begin(...) you must remove waiting on the link...
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    I ran your sketch: #define...

    I ran your sketch:

    #define USE_NATIVE_ETHERNET
    #define USE_ILI9341_T3N
    //#define USE_ILI9341_T3

    #ifdef USE_NATIVE_ETHERNET

    // In NativeEthernet.cpp,EthernetClass::begin(...) you must...
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    As an example of this, you might try looking at...

    As an example of this, you might try looking at the Example: Teensy->USB_SERIAL->USBtoSerial

    It shows you how in the loop, it uses the Serial.available() to help determine how many bytes to read....
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    Actually I am surprised it works with passing in...

    Actually I am surprised it works with passing in 255 for CS...
  11. :D I just pushed up the changes after a...

    :D

    I just pushed up the changes after a little cleanup. That is I did a few things like remove trailing blanks from lines.
    Also I set DEBUG back to 0 and then updated the code such that only...
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    Sorry, no idea... However not sure might help...

    Sorry, no idea...

    However not sure might help to know what does not work? Does not compile, does not???

    That is I am not sure any reason why if ILI9341_t3 works with SPI and NativeEthernet...
  13. The Cache write stuff looks ok: I am doing an...

    The Cache write stuff looks ok: I am doing an output each time we do a write to Cache:
    >> cache write: 3 3 2 6144

    So wrote cache 3 which was also block three to file

    Then: cache write: 2 5 3...
  14. I am sort of confused here.. You show the old...

    I am sort of confused here..

    You show the old style of the error messages: $$$ Failed to read Index record: 8 bytes Read: 0


    The code that shows read failure:

    uint64_t seek_pos =...
  15. Quick update: You might try this storage.cpp and...

    Quick update: You might try this storage.cpp and see if it resolves the issues.

    It appeared to work for my copy of all of those files with just the one Storage on SD...

    I need to remove/...
  16. Quick note: I am having File writes and reads...

    Quick note: I am having File writes and reads fail... And maybe more related index_seek(block_addr, ...) is failing

    The current SDFat may not be allowing seek to go beyond the current size of the...
  17. Maybe... I uninstalled the Teensy boards from the...

    Maybe... I uninstalled the Teensy boards from the IDE for now...

    Note: I am running my own simple sketch for SD to see if anything pops up: I am running it on T4.1 that has PSRAM... Using the...
  18. @defragster - quick question are you running your...

    @defragster - quick question are you running your Makefile sketch as MTP Disk or MTP Serial?

    One reason I ask is some places in the code you have:

    #if defined(USB_MTPDISK) ||...
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    Might help to know additional information like:...

    Might help to know additional information like: Burned out - Are you saying, that the board had some magic smoke, or just stopped working or...

    Power connection from PC. Are we saying USB power...
  20. Morning all (at least in my time zone): Tim, I...

    Morning all (at least in my time zone):

    Tim, I will try to run some more of your tests over the next several days. As was mentioned yesterday it may be that there is an interaction issue with the...
  21. I did similar to what @mjs513 did. Note I ran...

    I did similar to what @mjs513 did.

    Note I ran the original sketch, created files, tried to copy to pc, received same error message. Took ssd to pc, ran chkdsk and showed corruption
    , which it...
  22. Yes running Windows 10.... My computer is not...

    Yes running Windows 10.... My computer is not Windows 11 compatible... They do not support my processor...
  23. Hi @defragster Quick update - as I mentioned...

    Hi @defragster

    Quick update - as I mentioned in the last post I merged back to the one _part2 branch and deleted the _part2_format.

    At some point soon I will take a closer look at the issues...
  24. Yikes - I hope you all stay well! Also keeping...

    Yikes - I hope you all stay well! Also keeping fingers crossed on port shortages!

    I just merged the branch with the Format code back into the branch with the open PR: ...
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    It will be interesting to see what you come up...

    It will be interesting to see what you come up with. But as noted, as far as I know there are no T3.5 or 3.6 chips available and no ETA when they may be available.

    Always interesting to see...
  26. Sorry, When it comes to completely custom...

    Sorry,

    When it comes to completely custom boards, I am not experienced in seeing what is different versus a stock T3.2.
    So I am probably not much good at debugging this. Except to suggest that...
  27. Yes - all of the above. Assumes Beta 1 install...

    Yes - all of the above.
    Assumes Beta 1 install
    Plus the trees you mentioned.

    Note: I have a couple of USB examples converted. Both my CircuitMicroPython example plus under simplified......
  28. Next question is what do you actually have: i.e....

    Next question is what do you actually have: i.e. which chip. Is it a raw chip and/or is part of some breakout board like setup. i.e. something like Adafruit or sparkfun sell?

    Do you have a...
  29. So looking at their headers I see: /* Error...

    So looking at their headers I see:

    /* Error codes */
    #define AD7124_INVALID_VAL -1 /* Invalid argument */
    #define AD7124_COMM_ERR -2 /* Communication error on receive */
    #define...
  30. Good morning Paul and all: Status update for...

    Good morning Paul and all:

    Status update for MSC integration into USBHost:

    I currently have A Pull request: https://github.com/PaulStoffregen/USBHost_t36/pull/89
    Which added in a lot of...
  31. This probably is related to issue that Paul is...

    This probably is related to issue that Paul is looking at in the thread: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/69820-USBHost_t36-with-Circuitpython-serial-device-Keybow2040?p=306066#post306066

    There...
  32. Frame buffer is simply an array of memory: 2...

    Frame buffer is simply an array of memory: 2 bytes per pixel: Think of it like:
    uint16_t readPixel(x, y) { return frame_buffer[y*tft.width() + x];}
    void writePixel(x, y, color)...
  33. Sorry all, keep meaning to try this stuff out... ...

    Sorry all, keep meaning to try this stuff out...

    But been distracted also with the MSC stuff. More details on that soon.
  34. There are lots of different tricks that you can...

    There are lots of different tricks that you can do.

    If for example you are simply updating one or more fields, you can use the clip rectangle code, where you set the clip around the field being...
  35. As for the display it may depend on what you are...

    As for the display it may depend on what you are doing and the like, which library and how you are using it.

    Sounds like you are using my: ILI9341_t3n

    No it does not use DMA by default. You...
  36. Hopefully someone who is less electrically...

    Hopefully someone who is less electrically challenged than me, will be able to give a more definitive answer.

    Note: when I first read the message, it was not clear to me, what battery...

    But...
  37. Sorry I may be wrong, but I am wondering if the...

    Sorry I may be wrong, but I am wondering if the issue is really an issue with Serial?

    That is if I am not mistaken, the chip connects using SPI.

    Often times a difference between uploading new...
  38. I may be missing something? What is the actual...

    I may be missing something? What is the actual difference between the keybow 2040 versus plain Jane PICO or Adafruit Feather RP2040?
    Yes I understand from their schematic that a bunch of the GPIOs...
  39. Good morning Paul, You can program the RPI2040...

    Good morning Paul,

    You can program the RPI2040 Pico with CircuitPython.

    Instructions as well links to downloads are on the page: https://circuitpython.org/board/raspberry_pi_pico/

    Short...
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    Sorry I have not used any of these DAC chips nor...

    Sorry I have not used any of these DAC chips nor the library and the like.
    So I have no way of trying it out and see what if anything works.

    So probably not much help. One thing you might try...
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    Hello again @JimF Any success? Just for...

    Hello again @JimF

    Any success?

    Just for the heck of it I ordered a couple of cheap displays: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B079M3GWFG

    Which I picked up at my mailbox this morning, soldered...
  42. Hi Paul and all, Quick updates - I did put a...

    Hi Paul and all,

    Quick updates - I did put a quick note in first message. Will update the main branch as well to direct others to get the beta releases.

    Sorry I have been distracted working...
  43. So now I have some new shiny stuff like the same...

    So now I have some new shiny stuff like the same airwing...

    Might have to see if any of it works :D
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    Sounds good. Still draft PR (not sure what that...

    Sounds good. Still draft PR (not sure what that means), but hopefully soon!
  45. Obviously the simplest way to connect would be if...

    Obviously the simplest way to connect would be if your GPS had some ttl level outputs, that you could connect up to a hardware serial port.
    (Maybe requiring TTL level shifter(s) if voltage...
  46. I would double check that you have a matching...

    I would double check that you have a matching header file with the .cpp.

    Actually now looking at it, the variable usb_mtp_status should be defined within usb_mtp.h
    On my build 1.8.19 with ...
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    Sorry sort of hard to tell what is going on,...

    Sorry sort of hard to tell what is going on, without additional information.

    So far we know you programmed it somehow with something that did not work.

    In cases like, this it would really...
  48. Also remember that Leonardo probably runs at 5v,...

    Also remember that Leonardo probably runs at 5v, and T4.1 runs at 3.3v and the IO pin are NOT 5v tolerant. So might need some form of TTL level shifting if you connect the IO pins of one
    to the...
  49. What I do, is to use github... That is I use...

    What I do, is to use github...

    That is I use git clone... But other methods would be to download zip file and then have Arduino install the zip file... Which is more or less like what you...
  50. I lied :D I wondered as the only real...

    I lied :D

    I wondered as the only real difference between Teensy build and these other builds was these other builds left areas in their region of memory that they did not write anything to.

    So...
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