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December 30, 2013 at 1:48 pm #22720
where x.x.x.x is your OpenSprinkler’s IP address.
– Fixed a bug that can lead to incorrect running time when NTP sync takes too long (longer than a station’s water time).
– Added support for MCP7940N RTC (pin compatible with DS1307)
The link to Github repository is https://github.com/rayshobby/opensprinkler. You can either download the entire package as a zip file (use the Download Zip button) or do a git clone. The subfolder of compiled firmware is: opensprinkler / OpenSprinkler Controller / software / compiled /
Note that since OpenSprinkler semi-assembled DIY 2.1 is out, and 2.1 uses different microcontroller frequency and flashing procedure compared to 2.0, please check the README.txt in the hardware 2.0 folder for details. To avoid confusion, firmwares pre-compiled for 2.0 is named firmware2.0.3_8MHz.hex and that for 2.1 is named firmware2.0.3_12MHz.hex
Due to the number of different versions, I am considering writing a GUI-based software to make it easy for users to update firmware in the future 🙂January 3, 2014 at 6:16 pm #25876
I downloaded the zip file from Github containing all the software updates but I can’t get 2.0.3 to compile. It seems there is an issue with either the twi.h/twi.cpp files. It complains about incorrect number of arguments so it seems a new version of these are required. Unfortunately it’s not included in the zip file so I can’t go any further.
Anyone else having similar issues?
IngoJanuary 5, 2014 at 3:22 pm #25877
Oops, I have forgotten to check in firmware 2.0.3 source code. Just did it a minute ago. The twi issue was because some old Wire.cpp / Wire.h files were left in the folder. They are now removed. Check to see if the newly checked in files work. Also if you have hardware 2.1 make sure you also update your Arduino/hardware/aopensprinkler/boards.txt file as it contains the board profile for 2.1 (runs at 12MHz with USbasp bootloader, vs. 2.0 running at 8MHz with USBintyISP programmer).January 6, 2014 at 9:42 am #25878
My question is :
2. What is the uSD format should i use?
JohnJanuary 6, 2014 at 4:29 pm #25879
That’s not all folks!! If I run it using Chrome then the script executes. Has anyone tried using IE 11 and checking this one script?
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