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  1. You should try upping the SPI frequency, by...

    You should try upping the SPI frequency, by default it is 24Mhz and I don't believe the Teensy modified libraries have any way to change it from the sketch that I can see. You should be able to set...
  2. If it was ESD it’s hard to say, like I said I’m...

    If it was ESD it’s hard to say, like I said I’m none too careful myself and I touch pins all the time with my bare hands.
  3. I’ve accidentally shorted the 5v lines a couple...

    I’ve accidentally shorted the 5v lines a couple of times and what my MacBook does is turn off the USB port so nothing is shorted for long and it shows that message. I don’t believe I’ve done it with...
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    I should be able to integrate the old one I have,...

    I should be able to integrate the old one I have, I don’t know about the accuracy of it, but it just uses a serial port to send the tip voltage as a string so it’s easy enough to read. I’d be happy...
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    How easy would the firmware be to modify to...

    How easy would the firmware be to modify to include support for a torch height controller on a plasma table, I bought an old plasma table a couple months ago and I would like to update the internals...
  6. Honestly I’m not sure, if it does then you would...

    Honestly I’m not sure, if it does then you would have to do programming through usb1 and usb2 would only work with the sketch.
  7. If I remember correctly both USB hardwares are...

    If I remember correctly both USB hardwares are exactly the same, so would it be as simple as swapping all the usb1 and usb2 definitions in imxrt.h?
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    It could be related to that bug, if you have any...

    It could be related to that bug, if you have any kind of connection and you don’t make sure you read all the data before closing it eventually it will crash. If you do read all the data then there...
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    I finally was able to replicate this, and it was...

    I finally was able to replicate this, and it was the DHCP client not being released like it said it would when you manually change the IP Address, I just pushed another update to fix this.
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    I don't own any Hue products to test this myself,...

    I don't own any Hue products to test this myself, but this should probably work:

    /* setHue() is our main command function, which needs to be passed a light number and a
    * properly formatted...
  11. What I mean by this is don't have your code do...

    What I mean by this is don't have your code do the following:

    void updateDisplays(){
    display1.update();
    display2.update();
    display3.update();
    display4.update();
    display5.update();
    ...
  12. I'm fairly certain they are only on the SD card...

    I'm fairly certain they are only on the SD card holder, but you don't really need more than one SPI bus for multiple displays.
  13. It's definitely possible to run multiple displays...

    It's definitely possible to run multiple displays per SPI bus, the main issue is making sure you code you program accordingly so that you don't have any slow downs. The most I've done currently is 6...
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    The timeout is related, it's there to give the...

    The timeout is related, it's there to give the DHCP server time to respond if there is one available, if it didn't wait at least a little bit then it might miss the DHCP messages. Those timeout...
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    Generally a -20 error happens when either the...

    Generally a -20 error happens when either the server or the client closes the sending or receiving side without stopping the connection. Considering it’s a Phillips Hue is it expecting the connection...
  16. This is fixed in the latest update here:...

    This is fixed in the latest update here: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/60857-T4-1-Ethernet-Library?p=255881&viewfull=1#post255881
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    This is fixed in the latest update here:...

    This is fixed in the latest update here: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/60857-T4-1-Ethernet-Library?p=255881&viewfull=1#post255881
  18. This is fixed in the latest update here:...

    This is fixed in the latest update here: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/60857-T4-1-Ethernet-Library?p=255881&viewfull=1#post255881
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    NativeEthernet Update...

    NativeEthernet Update:

    Various bug fixes/improvements
    - Add non-blocking method for client.connect
    - Add WebClientPollRepeatingTLS example showing non-blocking method
    - Add method to set server...
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    I'll look into this later on as the issue is...

    I'll look into this later on as the issue is probably related to something else I have to fix down the line, but I fear I will have to do a whole redesign of the library that I'm not prepared to do...
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    There does seem to be a limit of the GUI, I can’t...

    There does seem to be a limit of the GUI, I can’t tell if you mean your whole system slowed down or just the GUI, for me it was just certain parts of the GUI that became sluggish. I tried this on an...
  22. It can easily be added to the client part if you...

    It can easily be added to the client part if you don’t want to deal with learning a whole new API, looking at the client connect code you can easily see where the blocking takes place:...
  23. It can be done non-blocking, though there’s not a...

    It can be done non-blocking, though there’s not a default way to do it, what it’s doing now is blocking while it’s polling and if it doesn’t connect in 10 seconds it gives up. Everything in FNET is...
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    Indeed oven controlled atomic clocks are...

    Indeed oven controlled atomic clocks are incredible for audio, it makes a world of a difference, but you have to hear it in person to really experience the difference. They are expensive, but for...
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    1. I’ll look into it, it’s probably doable if I...

    1. I’ll look into it, it’s probably doable if I remember the functions correctly.
    2. The change looks simple enough so that should be easy to add, I’ll add it to the list of things to do.
  26. Couldn’t you instead configure the pin as...

    Couldn’t you instead configure the pin as INPUT_PULLDOWN for low and INPUT_PULLUP for high then directly connect the switch to the pin without it causing issues?
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    Are you connecting the Teensy straight to the USB...

    Are you connecting the Teensy straight to the USB Ethernet adapter? If so, did you remember to turn on sharing in the Ethernet Properties for that adapter.
  28. I’ll look into adding this as well in the next...

    I’ll look into adding this as well in the next week and make sure it doesn’t break anything, if there are no problems I’ll allow this since it works with the original shield.
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    Once the PHY chip is configured by the Teensy the...

    Once the PHY chip is configured by the Teensy the lights will blink irregardless if the Teensy is still working or not so even if it’s frozen the lights will still work. I’ll look into this more...
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    Sticky: There’s not really a fix for it from what I can...

    There’s not really a fix for it from what I can tell it’s based on your disk performance, now that I’m running from an NVME instead of a SATA SSD the freezing seems to be less noticeable or that...
  31. You can use the hardware quad encoder to read...

    You can use the hardware quad encoder to read this really easy: https://github.com/mjs513/Teensy-4.x-Quad-Encoder-Library
    Hereís an example I modified about a week ago:

    /* Teensy 4 H/S Encoder...
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    Update your NativeEthernet and FNET libraries...

    Update your NativeEthernet and FNET libraries from GitHub:
    https://github.com/vjmuzik/NativeEthernet
    https://github.com/vjmuzik/FNET
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    You can check this file for the error numbers:...

    You can check this file for the error numbers: https://github.com/vjmuzik/FNET/blob/master/src/stack/fnet_error.h
    If I remember correctly this is related to not closing the webpage properly on the...
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    Make sure you have the Teensy’s IP address set to...

    Make sure you have the Teensy’s IP address set to the same network prefix and subnet as your computer since generally devices won’t connect if they aren’t on the same layer. If you don't have a DHCP...
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    This library mimics the functionality of the...

    This library mimics the functionality of the original w5500 Ethernet library so you shouldn’t be using more than one Ethernet.begin function that’s why it returns if you try to call it a second time....
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    Sticky: Iíve already been using it on Big Sur so I can...

    Iíve already been using it on Big Sur so I can confirm it does already work.
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    SPI.transfer sends full bytes, by contrast...

    SPI.transfer sends full bytes, by contrast Serial.print will not display leading zeros when showing as a binary value so it's not actually a 7 bit number.
  38. You can do an if statement to tell if something...

    You can do an if statement to tell if something is connected like this:

    if(midi1){
    //Do something here
    }

    The other things you can do are these to help identify devices, but I don't believe...
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    You would be correct in that assumption, I’ll fix...

    You would be correct in that assumption, I’ll fix that right away.
  40. Itís close but I can see the issue with these...

    Itís close but I can see the issue with these lines here:

    Descriptor 4 = INTERFACE
    MIDIDevice claim this=20001CC0
    len = 99
    Interface is unknown (might be Yahama)
    type: 36, len: 7
    MIDI...
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    I’m not sure of the behavior with WizNet vs...

    I’m not sure of the behavior with WizNet vs NativeEthernet, but I do know you can’t use the same port more than once. You also aren’t really limited in the number of sockets you can have once you add...
  42. Best I can tell is that the USB Midi is not class...

    Best I can tell is that the USB Midi is not class compliant since this device does need a driver as per the Boss website and the the lsusb results only show Vender Specific Classes. If you wanted to...
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    The first if statement is to make sure you the...

    The first if statement is to make sure you the number you entered is not 0 because you need to have at least 1 socket. The second if statement makes sure you haven’t entered more sockets than FNET is...
  44. That should be more than enough actually, based...

    That should be more than enough actually, based on the data sheet that chip at the most should only take 450 nanoseconds, my second guess would be that your enable pin appears to be tied to 5v per...
  45. If I had to hazard a guess without seeing the...

    If I had to hazard a guess without seeing the code you probably don't have a sufficient enough delay between switching the address pins and reading the input pins.
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    They do come preprogrammed with a unique MAC...

    They do come preprogrammed with a unique MAC address, this is the code that retrieves it for a Teensy 4.x, just supply it with your MAC address array that's 6 bytes long and it'll set it accordingly:...
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    I'm also interested in this being included for...

    I'm also interested in this being included for the T4.x hopefully in Teensyduino 1.54.
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    With the NativeEthernet library by default it's...

    With the NativeEthernet library by default it's setup to interrupt every millisecond to attend to the stack, this is most likely what's causing the extra time taken between square waves, ideally for...
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    I don't have any way to test this myself or I...

    I don't have any way to test this myself or I would check for you, but based on output_i2s_quad.cpp in the begin function (besides the corresponding pin configs) the parts in red are probably where...
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    As far as I can tell that does seem to be the...

    As far as I can tell that does seem to be the case, I know I plan to look into it just to see if it's something that I can support in my Ethernet libraries.
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