I got Makerverse to run on Raspberry pi however my port is coming up as /dev/ttyAMAO and it does not seem to matter what the Baud rate is because it just goes to a screen that says New workspace, a text box then below the box is says Querying hardware and a warning that the controllerType or BaudRate may be wrong. It does nothing after that.
How do I find out what the controllerType or BaudRate is? With the windows version it would just assign these.
I have the M2. Do I need to change the firmware of the Arduino board for it to work with Raspberry bi Makerverse?
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The port on RPi should be /dev/ttyAMC0.
The Baud for the Due should be 38400.
The firmware should already be on the Due, no need to change.
Do you have a screen connected to the Pi at the moment or do you log on remotely?
How did you install Makerverse?
What RPi version is it?
My guess is that it is a permission issue, but the only way I could think of to check would be to restart the docker, then manually restart makerverse and view the output on the screen. To do that you ssh into the pi,
>sudo systemctrl restart docker
How do I do that when the software loads into makerverse. Is there a way to go back to an OS with out changing cards? If I changed the docker settings while I loaded the system with a different card (OS) would it effect Makerverse when it was loaded it? I might be wrong but I thought that once you change cards and powered down all memory is whipped. Is there a bios that stores memory? Sorry for all the questions like I said I’m new to the pi world.
The pi is a linux server. You can attach via network to it on the web or by secure shell (ssh). Do you know how to ssh in to the pi? If not and you are using windows, download putty and enter the IP address to your pi in the Host Name. It will be port 22, then click Open (if you hit save, it will save it for next time).
your console with all the $numbers says it is connecting. but that is on your pc, so nevermind…
ssh in to your raspberry pi and
do you see ttyACM0 or ttyACM1? try the ls command with the controller connected to each of the USB ports on the raspberry pi and see if it shows up. What power supply do you have for the raspberry pi? Is it rated at 4 amps or more?
However it can’t harm to add the user pi to the dialout.
I’ve sovled some arduino connection issues on linux this way.
(Disclaimer: Do not copy and patse sudo comands on a system you care of, without checking what it actually does.)
sudo usermod -a -G dialout pi
i don’t think it’s going to help, but perhaps worth a try.
I just checked my version of the software and it is not up to date. It also didn’t update automatically is there a way to force the update?
My version of makerverse launches right from boot Up. In the photo yours is running as a window. How did you do that? Yes I was planning on running the Maslow from the RPi. Are you asking if I was planning on dumping the Due board? If so no I wasn’t. I just wanted the RBi to replace my laptop in the shop.
The updates can take allot of time. You ca see when it’s done when the green led stops flashing.
The RPi runs the webserver. This gives the chance to connect with any pc/tablet/phone.
Having the pi next to the arduino allows for a very short usb cable, so less “connection lost” i guess.
The shorter cable did not work. I am sure there is an easy explanation and I apologize for not knowing much about raspberry pi but now that I have flashed makerverse-raspbian-lite-1.1.0.img.gz to a card it loads into the OS but I cant find Makerverse. How do I launch Makerverse? Are there instructions somewhere that I am missing?