[Coco] Esp8266 Wifimodem
djchez at comcast.net
Sat Aug 10 10:26:59 EDT 2019
I asked about the T2 modules on the NitrOS9 FB site, and Bill Pierce and L. Curtis Boyle responded with the info below. I haven't tried it yet, but this may be part of the issue:
"Bill Pierce On the NitrOS9 distribution disk images, look under "NITROS9/6x09L2/MODULES/SCF" and you'll find the "T2" modules. You'll have to install them yourself into your bootfile.
L. Curtis Boyle Make sure you have the serial driver module installed as well (sc6551, I think it is currently called)"
Another thing you might try is simply load up OS9 Deskmate to see if your setup is working under OS9.
> On August 9, 2019 at 7:00 PM Allen Huffman <alsplace at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Aug 9, 2019, at 5:24 PM, frase072 <frase072 at telus.net> wrote:
> > Hello guys, I've been trying to get the cocowifi modem (esp8266) to work through NitrOS9 but I've hit a stumbling block. I've tried connecting with the drivewire cable using the bitbanger port and tried my rs232 pack, both with and without a null modem adapter. I'm not sure if my connections are correct as I'm not getting any signals to and from the esp8266.If anyone has had success with this unit ant help would greatly be appreciated. I do have an rs232 breakout signal box to check my connections but it has db25 connectors on both ends. That's the next step to see if signals are getting through. Thanks in advance, Doug FraserSent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.
> I tested it with Supercomm and OSTerm via an RS232 pak under OS-9.
> Have you tried it with any RS-DOS terminal programs to verify everything is wired up properly? Greg-E-Term and Ultimaterm behave differently (I forget which, but one requires CD or it won’t even send to the pak). I documented the wiring on an article on my Sub-Etha Software site.
> Let me know about RS-DOS then we will figure out what it could be under OS-9.
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