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pypilot Set-up newbie
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(2021-02-21, 08:03 PM)seandepagnier Wrote: I am considering producing pypilot motor controller kits for a cheaper price, say $40, but have not finalized the decision.   I fear people will do bad soldering then blame me for it not working...

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#12
Hi Guys
 Sorry to be such a newbie but would appreciate any help. For the motor.ino programme you have to #include "crc.h". How do I add this to my library. I downloaded the PyPilot code as in picture but this did not work, many thanks
Richard


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(2021-02-24, 07:57 AM)richarddaneel Wrote: Hi Guys
 Sorry to be such a newbie but would appreciate any help. For the motor.ino programme you have to #include "crc.h". How do I add this to my library. I downloaded the PyPilot code as in picture but this did not work, many thanks
Richard

Hi Richard,

I´m not an expert in this

The code is here:
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/pypilo...otor/crc.h

If you open an text-editor, then go to the code of crc.h and copy it and paste it to your editor it should work.
Save and give the file the exact name and put it in the same folder on your computer where motor.ino is.

I yust read, that you can simply use the save/download option from your browser if you are at the raw code. (like above link)


Good luck
Andreas
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#14
, I use the makefile executing "make" to compile, maybe this is easier?

Otherwise, yes maybe copy paste crc.h into motor.ino
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