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  1. Better changes documented in the issue someone...

    Better changes documented in the issue someone opened for a 3.6 :

    https://github.com/gallegojm/Arduino-Ftp-Server/issues/1
  2. Back from the dead update. Arduino 1.8.9 on a...

    Back from the dead update.

    Arduino 1.8.9 on a Teensy 3.5.
    That Ardunio FTP server project (https://github.com/gallegojm/Arduino-Ftp-Server ) has had a lot of work done on it. It must use the...
  3. I started with...

    I started with https://github.com/gallegojm/Arduino-Ftp-Server

    And hacked it to work. This was mostly changing over to teensy SD calls and by iterating through all ports at a low level an checking...
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    ARGH At least it wasn't a mistake starring me in...

    ARGH At least it wasn't a mistake starring me in the face.

    Would be nice to give that a symbolic name if it keeps changing across the boards. And/or maybe an "Analog IO" page is worthwhile on the...
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    I've done this exactly on a 3.5 but I am getting...

    I've done this exactly on a 3.5 but I am getting 1325 abouts as my reading. Other external ADC reads operate fine, but I seem to have an issue measuring the internal reference this way.

    If i...
  6. And in case anyone else finds this: ...

    And in case anyone else finds this:

    EthernetServer.cpp line 9


    sockindex = Ethernet.socketBegin(SnMR::TCP, _port);

    to
  7. Arduino/Teensy. Would like ability to retrieve server client that hasn't sent data.

    Title says it all. Current Arduino API will not return a socket (wrapped in a Ethernet Client class) unless it's received data on that socket. I'm trying to implement an FTP server with passive mode...
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    And there's no rules on what pin 10 has to be...

    And there's no rules on what pin 10 has to be doing even if it's not used as CS for Ethernet? IE, I can use it for Serial2 without problems with Ethernet using another CS?
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    Paul, What's the current status of being able...

    Paul,

    What's the current status of being able to move the CS pin on the Ethernet library? I'd like to free up pin 10 for Serial2 use. I found a note in your repository:



    And I'm trying to...
  10. Jeff, I solved it be reducing the size/current...

    Jeff,

    I solved it be reducing the size/current output of the Recom regulator. I was using the large 3A one, and I went down to the 500mA one and the problem went away. But it looks like you are...
  11. The weirdness continues. Another project with...

    The weirdness continues. Another project with similar, but smaller, power supplies always boots fine, and I probed it to see a 1.5ms rise time, still linear. If I load this design with a 5 Ohm...
  12. Yes this seems to be a power supply issue, the...

    Yes this seems to be a power supply issue, the Teensy doesn't seem to like that 5ms ramp up. If I use an external power supply with instant power up it always boots. Is this expected? Do the ARM...
  13. Well this is odd. I've scooped my 3.3V rail to...

    Well this is odd. I've scooped my 3.3V rail to see what's going on. Most of the time, this is the startup. It's a fairly linear voltage rise that takes about 5ms to get to 3.3V.

    8189

    And it...
  14. Yep, tried the blink example with the same...

    Yep, tried the blink example with the same result. More than half the time it fails to start blinking.
  15. I'm having the same issue over at...

    I'm having the same issue over at https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/37036-Issue-Teensy-3-3-randomly-boots-into-bootload-while-no-USB-is-connected

    I've confirmed the same behavior with the Blink...
  16. I've loaded the basic blink program and can...

    I've loaded the basic blink program and can confirm the same behavior, most of the time it fails to start the blink program from cold boot. Connecting USB, hitting the program button and then...
  17. After searching the forums, I've tried adding...

    After searching the forums, I've tried adding delays to my setup



    And I'm never doing a whilt(!Serial) so these don't seem to be the issue.
  18. Issue: Teensy 3.3 randomly boots into bootload while no USB is connected

    I have a Teensy 3.2 that seems to randomly, 80% of the time, power up into bootloader, or at least never runs user code. It's powered externally by 3.3V applied to the 3.3V pin and the VUSB jumper...
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