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Topic: Query: A) Is use of SLEEP right? B) Invalid DFU suffix signature - is it OK? (Read 943 times) previous topic - next topic


A) As I understand from upload script, using sleep 1 caused an issue as reported by me here https://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=369653.0
Will the SLEEP be right approach, when we deal with multiple processor speeds, some may take more time and some less time, is there a way to find processor speed and delay the script, than using SLEEP.
I just changed SLEEP to 3 seconds, then I could upload to CURIE

B) From verbose output, I could see "Invalid DFU signature and it is not supported in next release" Is it concern or this warning can be ignored for now.

C) "Forcing 1200 baudrate to reset in DFU mode" seems to be failing for many users,as I read in forums.
Temporary solution is to use Master reset.. Can someone guide me which script  is invoked to do this resetting to DFU mode. Looks like there is a bug.



A) you can press MASTER RESET in any moment before the script timeout (so I'd not change the SLEEP duration).
B) it's just a warning from dfu-utils creators
C) The reset to bootloader is obtained by opening the serial port at 1200bps; this triggers the RTOS logic to perform a reboot (like in Micro and Leonardo). The fact that is doesn't always work can be caused by other programs running in the background or it can also be a firmware problem (Intel is working on that)

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