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New Py Zero 2 W is Out!
Yes a firmware upgrade feature over the web would be a very nice addition. Could you please create an issue on github ( https://github.com/pypilot/pypilot/issues ) as a reminder ?

Anyway, I plan to release a new full tinypilot-13 image in a few days with the updated pypilot code inside.
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(2023-04-17, 09:19 PM)stelian Wrote: @hans-martijn: new pypilot build at https://www.popies.net/pypilot/unstable/pypilot.tcz which should fix the rudder signalk issues.

Bugfix has been submitted in github : https://github.com/pypilot/pypilot/pull/197

Hi Stelian,

Sorry it took a while; I had some power problems on board (someone in the harbor pulled the plug apparently), and that has made the disk of the raspberry with signalk corrupt.

So, after a reinstall of almost everything, I can check again, and with the latest pypilot.tcz, I don't get a connection to the signalk-server. It isn't in the list (obviously, since I reinstalled it) of devices anymore, and it doesn't ask for access. I'm not sure whether I can test more tonight, since I don't have a vpn at the moment, but I'll try to make it work if you need some more. Otherwise I'll be here tomorrow again, since I have a lot of plumbing to do.

-Hans

-Edit: tonight I restarted signalk and the tinypilot simultaneously, and it did work. I tried that this afternoon too, but probably something is different tonight.

*update*
after some more testing (I'm procrastinating working on the fresh-water pipelines in the boat), I found out that if I restart my signalk-server, I have to simultaneously restart the tinypilot, and the other way around. Otherwise there'll be no connection established.
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(2023-04-20, 01:38 PM)stelian Wrote: Yes a firmware upgrade feature over the web would be a very nice addition. Could you please create an issue on github ( https://github.com/pypilot/pypilot/issues ) as a reminder ?

Anyway, I plan to release a new full tinypilot-13 image in a few days with the updated pypilot code inside.

Is there any news for the new image?
Good wind anyway, always
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Today I updated signalk to version 2.0.0. In retrospect, I shouldn't have done that, but unfortunately I'm not at my clearest early in the morning. It came down to removing all of signalk, and reinstalling it again. Unfortunately, I lost all connections, and you guess, I lost the pypilot connection too. At the moment rebooting or restarting services doesn't help to get the connection up and running again. Later this afternoon I'll try again, otherwise I'll have to try reinstalling the tinypilot again.

I'll keep you guys posted.

-Hans
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Thanks for the reports. I haven't had much time lately, and since Sean has been busy as well there haven't been any bugfixes, so I didn't release a new image yet. But I'm still planing to.
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No problem Stelian, I am at my boat today, so I could actually disconnect the Pi from power, and after booting it immediately connected to the server. Perhaps that's different from rebooting it from ssh.

-Hans
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(2023-06-28, 08:51 PM)stelian Wrote: Thanks for the reports. I haven't had much time lately, and since Sean has been busy as well there haven't been any bugfixes, so I didn't release a new image yet. But I'm still planing to.

Ciao Stelian, Is there any news for the new image?  Cool

Good wind anyway, always!
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