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New FujiNet Firmware today 

 

Jan 11 build 0.5,892a9532

 

This firmware update , by Mozzwald, allows the FujiNet to save the state of the DRIVE SLOT as ON or OFF 

 

This means that you can now set DRIVE slot 2 to OFF and use the Physical drive in its place.

 

Previously this DRIVE slot needed to be turned OFF at every powerup of the ADAM / FujiNet

 

The update now reads the DRIVE state from the fnconfig ( on the SD card) and sets the DRIVE slots acordingly

 

SO now any power cycle or reset will result in the DRIVE slots retaing there current state of ON / OFF as well as the inserted drive image if applicable

 

 

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What's the proper procedure because the binary only wants to go online.  Blocked by my firewall

 

 

never mind.

Apparently you have to allow it to go online to update.
Is it possible to just supply the update for those who take their computer security a bit overboard like myself.
 

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1 hour ago, Captain Cozmos said:

What's the proper procedure because the binary only wants to go online.  Blocked by my firewall

 

 

never mind.

Apparently you have to allow it to go online to update.
Is it possible to just supply the update for those who take their computer security a bit overboard like myself.
 

You can download the firmware files and use the new flasher to manually install it. All the files are here in their respective "releases_<platform>" directory: https://fujinet.online/firmware/

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16 hours ago, rietveld said:

Thank you for posting this! I always seem to miss these updates. Will do both of mine today.

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44 minutes ago, MMarcoux66 said:

Thank you for posting this! I always seem to miss these updates. Will do both of mine today.

The FujiNet Flasher is always available on the fujinet.online website. The available firmware versions can easily be checked by running the Flasher, choosing Coleco ADAM and looking at the available versions… you do not need to attach the FujiNet to your PC unless you want to perform a firmware update.

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1 minute ago, NIAD said:

The FujiNet Flasher is always available on the fujinet.online website. The available firmware versions can easily be checked by running the Flasher, choosing Coleco ADAM and looking at the available versions… you do not need to attach the FujiNet to your PC unless you want to perform a firmware update.

The fujiflasher update was to facilitate the use of the Debugger window.  The older FujiFlasher will still work if you are only using it for a firmware update. If you are trying to capture real time data then you will need to update to the latest flasher build

 

The only change to the Firmware in the January build was an option to set the drive state ON/OFF and have that set at BOOT

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2 hours ago, Captain Cozmos said:

I was wondering how to stop it from booting into the FUJINET program.

You can disable the CONFIG program from the FujiNet web interface in the Boot Settings section. Web interface is accessed from a browser on your computer by going to http://fujinet or to the IP address of your FujiNet

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5 minutes ago, Captain Cozmos said:

nothing through the buttons or SD Card?

Buttons, no. You could edit fnconfig.ini on the SD Card and in the General section set "configenabled=0". Note, this will not mount any of the disk slots. If you want the disk slots to automatically mount set "boot_mode=1" in General as well (0 is no auto mount).

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3 minutes ago, mozzwald said:

Buttons, no. You could edit fnconfig.ini on the SD Card and in the General section set "configenabled=0". Note, this will not mount any of the disk slots. If you want the disk slots to automatically mount set "boot_mode=1" in General as well (0 is no auto mount).

So no automount but this will enable the other disk support.

I love John's work but this has no display like his ADE Pro.
So I might as well just let it boot the Fujinet and use it that way
Fiddle with it if my backup's go out

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3 minutes ago, Captain Cozmos said:

So no automount but this will enable the other disk support.

Other disk support?

 

4 minutes ago, Captain Cozmos said:

I love John's work but this has no display like his ADE Pro.

None of the FujiNets have a display. The web interface or the config program are the 2 ways to configure FujiNet.

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23 minutes ago, Captain Cozmos said:

I love John's work but this has no display like his ADE Pro.
So I might as well just let it boot the Fujinet and use it that way
Fiddle with it if my backup's go out

All my ADE Pro variants have had displays. Maybe you are referring to the ADE Lite? If so, ADE Commander has all the functionality to configure what you are asking. FujiNet has never had a display. My Internal FujiNet has all the same capabilities as the standard FujiNet, except designed to fit internally. What you have is a fully functioning FujiNet.

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39 minutes ago, Tekman said:

All my ADE Pro variants have had displays. Maybe you are referring to the ADE Lite? If so, ADE Commander has all the functionality to configure what you are asking. FujiNet has never had a display. My Internal FujiNet has all the same capabilities as the standard FujiNet, except designed to fit internally. What you have is a fully functioning FujiNet.

No, My ADE pro has a display.
This FUJINET device that takes the place of data drive spot does not.
It can accept an SD card and it acts as a disk drive but no display so you are guessing as to what you are mounting and booting.

 

Like I said, I bought it so I can include support for it in my own project.
I think I have 6 other VDD's of various degrees.

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24 minutes ago, Captain Cozmos said:

It can accept an SD card and it acts as a disk drive but no display so you are guessing as to what you are mounting and booting.

 

19 minutes ago, Captain Cozmos said:

The one I have doubles as a disk drive but there is no way to tell what's mounted.

No need to guess, that is what the CONFIG program and Web Interface are for :) 

 

4 hours ago, Captain Cozmos said:

I have yet to use mine for other than to test to see if it worked upon arrival.

If you play around with FujiNet a bit and get a feel for the CONFIG program, I think it will make more sense how it works. If not, you can always ask

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OK, watched the video.
The reason why I never used the auto-dialer is by the time I booted up the software and it finally dialed the number I would have already did it manually with 3 minutes to spare.

I can see how this would be great for someone who does not own an ADE pro with a screen because you can have access to all your games sitting remotely ect...
But in all honesty, it takes me less than half a minute to find a piece of software on the SD Card, mount and pull reset.
No file managers, no servers, no setting up a network, passwords or any other overhead.
Simply just mount and reset.  But I respect everyone's enjoyment and if it works for you then great.
I will do everything I can to make sure it's access is included into what I working on.

No matter what, it is an achievement of technology and my hats off to the inventor.

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