Great.flynnjs wrote:Thanks, that build seems 100% reliable on the rev E RAM.
Can I ask which Co Processors you were able to test?
Just upgraded my Matchbox boards. I have one of the red boards with decoupling mod and am using a 3-inch cable.hoglet wrote:I'd be interested in feedback on the last item from anyone who has been having issues switching between different co processors.
Right, I've tracked down the reason the that the ARM2 Co Pro gets stuck, and I might be able to fix that. It's an issue that is specific to just that Co Pro.RobC wrote: On my BBC B, switching between co-pros is okay apart from when switching from the ARM Co-pro (12) to something else. It seems to get stuck in the ARM copro and generally doesn't want to switch to anything else. This seems similar to what I was finding with the previous build.
I've just pushed a new release (20171007_0719) that I hope will improve the configuration unreliability.RobC wrote: Not seen any problems switching between the other copros but I'll stress test it tomorrow.
Excellent, thanks for testing it out.RobC wrote: Just tested that release on my BBC 'B' and it all looks good
Changing from the ARM co-pro now works reliably - I spent 10 minutes flipping between processors and didn't see it fail once
Happy to do it for you. Send me a PM and we can arrange things.trixster wrote:This might be a little cheeky but if I were to post it to one of you guys would you be able to flash it for me?
There is no easy way to tell from the hardware, you'll need to ask Jason.vanekp wrote: I bought if from flynnjs http://www.sundby.com/index.php/project/matchbox/
its a rev. "A" I would not know what revision the firmware is, how do I see that?
I'm assuming you have your board configured to Co Pro 14 (the Null Co Pro) in the picture.vanekp wrote: Also still curious about the switches as I commented that they seem to work in reverse to how they should work.