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Mr Robot

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1 hour ago, Mr Robot said:

systemctl status tnfsd 

will show you the status of the service

have you forwarded port 16384 to the pi and made sure it isn't being blocked by any firewall in your router?

You were onto something with Pinging the ADAM from the PI.   It would not connect from the router WIFI 2.4 to 2.4 but I could PING the Adam from the PC that was connected via the same router but the PC is WIFI 5g.    Turns out anything on the network 2.4 to 2.4 could not ping each other but all could be with the anything that was 5g.   Very strange.


So I had a 5g USB dongle and plugged it into the PI and changed the WIFI settings to the 5g and I could then access the TNFS server from the Adam and load programs.


From what I've read it my be an isolation setting on the router that would need to be changed in it.   I have T-Mobile home internet is there are no settings to turn it off or on.  At least not that I can find.   No port forwarding as well.   Need to research more.


But for now it is kind of working.



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Just stumbled onto the info that the tnfsd latest build moved from the original spectranet repo to a tnfsd repo.

The little tnfsupd script I put in the server image updates from the spectranet repo so it won't be correctly updating to the latest tnfsd any more.


To fix this you will need to do the following to create the code repo 

sudo -s
git clone https://github.com/FujiNetWIFI/tnfsd.git



nano $(which tnfsupd)

to edit the tnfsupd script, it's very small


now edit the script so it matches this.

# Pull latest TNFSD from github, compile and replace the current one
if [[ $(id -u) -ne 0 ]] ; then echo "'sudo tnfsupd' would work better!" ; exit 1 ; fi

echo "Stopping TNFSD"
systemctl stop tnfsd
echo "Updating TNFSD fom GitHub"
cd ~/tnfsd
git pull origin master >/dev/null 2>&1
cd src
make OS=LINUX USAGELOG=Y >/dev/null 2>&1
cp ../bin/tnfsd /usr/local/sbin
rm -f *.o
echo "Restarting TNFSD"
systemctl start tnfsd


That should get it updating from the correct repo again. 



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