Current Device Info
Board Information - Model: F7Micro, Hardware version: F7v1, Device name: MeadowF7
Hardware Information - Processor type: STM32F777IIK6, ID: 31-00-2a-00-06-51-38-31-31-39-35-35, Serial number: 355F396C3138, Coprocessor type: ESP32
Firmware Versions - OS: 0.6.0.0 (Nov 4 2021 10:49:49) Mono: 0.6.0.0, Coprocessor: 0.6.0.0
I got a Meadow board on 10/7/19 and it’s been sitting on a shelf since then. I started trying to develop with it this week. I followed the getting started on the site, downloading the CLI, flashing the board and starting out with the hello world app. I then moved onto trying to get Wifi working.
The first problem I ran into was this error message “meadow ioctl Esp32Command failed OperationNotPermitted” which lead me to this forum post Ioctl Esp32Command failed OperationNotPermitted. After digging around I did confirm that the ESP had no firmware version listed, instead it said “Not Available”, but the OS and Mono were both at 0.6.0.0
I reflashed the board and this time the ESP is now showing a firmware version of 0.6.0.0. However, calls wiFiAdapter.Connect and wiFiAdapter.Scan never return. I tried logging some information from the properties on wifiAdapter, but one of these does not return and blocks execution (I have not tried to figure out which one).
I would not expect accessing a property to have a side effect, such as blocking a running app.
I do attempt to start the adapter via a call to wiFiAdapter.StartWiFiInterface. This returns immediantly and then less then a second later the _WiFiInterfaceStarted event fires. I added a delay to make sure the event fires before attempting to connect or scan and those calls still never return.
A couple of other things I noticed
meadow device macreturns “Device MAC:” <— No value for mac
meadow file list: Causes the board to rest (my app restarts) and no files are ever listed
- From within my app,
Since I’m new to Meadow, if the CoProcess.Status is implemented, but I would have expected to get the MAC address.