Topic: Bridge.begin hangs
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Jun 10, 2019, 05:17 pm
: Jun 10, 2019, 05:22 pm by sillycow
I have an old Arduino yun project that I'd like to revive.
I coded it ~2016, and it worked fine.
I pulled out the same device now in 2019 and it does not work anymore.
My openwrt was upgraded a while back: Sun Oct 4 02:29:26 CEST 2015 mips GNU/Linux
As far as I remember, everything worked with this distribution.
The device connects to wlan.
I can ssh into the device and run linux commands
I can burn my project and run it:
1. Leds work fine
2. Serial print works fine
I can also burn and run the "YunSerialTerminal" program just fine.
When I run bridge.begin() or console.begin(), my arduino hangs. (linux is still responding on SSH)
I tried bridge.begin(115200) as suggested on some threads.
I tried long-press-factory reset as suggested by other threads.
I tried a 60 second delay to let the board warm up (although linux is running, since I can ssh).
However, everything remains the same: My project hangs as soon as I call bridge.begin() or console.begin(). And as stated, everything worked 2.5 years ago on the same board. I have a suspicion, that the hardware might have "decayed" during this period. But I still want to try and debug it if I can.
1. Any ideas on what is happening here?
2. Is there some way I can debug my project while it is in the "hanged" state from the SSH connection? To try and find out what is wrong with the bridge?
My arduino project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BT-4n7OKxXw