serial patch don't works!

pagina223's picture

hi,

i have problems to connect QC with arduino via kineme serial patch. few time ago i can comunicate, , but the other day communication was lost and I have not done it again. I tried to remake mansteri and codingcolor tutorials... but does not work me. I have looked if there was a problem of the Arduino board but apparently not, I tested with both 32 and 64 bits and with the latest version of serial patch (version 4) without luck ...

i don't know what's happen. i think the problem is in QC but i don't know why before that works and now not...

someone have any sugestion about what i can try?... thank you!

jordi

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monobrau's picture
Re: serial patch don't works!

For input only the latest kineme serial plugin is working fine on my 10.10.4 system. Triggering the 'clear buffer' once in a few seconds might help.

For serial in and output I found the BircherMuesli plugin (https://github.com/pizthewiz/BircherMuesli) to be very stable, but you need to put some extra effort to reformat, read and dubblecheck the output it gives in QC. The kineme's plugin gives a cleaner output.

pagina223's picture
Re: serial patch don't works!

ey monobrau, thanks for your replys...

my problem is the kineme serial patch works fine with my 10.10.5 system, but few days ago it's crash and now i can read the data from arduino and i don't know why... i try to triggering the clear buffer and nothing happens. i try with 32 and 64 bits version of QC and nothing...i close the arduino program and nothing...

the other option, the birchermuesli plugin look like needs to compile and i don't have experience with xcode...

can be a solution re-install QC?... i think maybe is a software problem...

monobrau's picture
Re: serial patch don't works!

Did you try running QC alone with the arduino connected after a reboot, without starting the arduino program? Something that might happen is that the device name has changed. It's the name that you enter in the 'device' input field in the serial patch. You can get a list of all serial devices attached by typing 'ls /dev/tty.*' in the terminal) Can you check that?