Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby vpb » Wed Oct 05, 2016 4:13 pm

Hello,
It looks like Multiwii has no more development since 2.4 version. I miss the time 2012-2013, this forum was very busy with so many alive topics, everyone flied, tested new features... I've still kept visiting this forum occasionally but many old experienced members seem no longer available except PatrikE, Leo.

Just want to rebuild my tricopter, Y6 with new better hardwares, but only with multiwii. Are you still flying guys? :geek:
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby Hamburger » Wed Oct 05, 2016 5:17 pm

sure. Summer season was for flying and life in general, now winter is imminent so
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby Leo » Fri Oct 07, 2016 12:16 pm

I have two QC's and both fly with MW 2.4. I don't have any experience with other FC systems but for me don't see any reason to switch.
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby vpb » Mon Oct 10, 2016 6:30 am

Oh so good to hear that, you're still there Hamberger. Happy flying guys! ;)
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby Metori » Thu Oct 13, 2016 2:34 am

I'm still flying my quad with MW2.4 and have no reason to switch to another software.
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby ninjaandy » Fri Oct 14, 2016 12:54 pm

still flying mw2.3, has anyone installed multiwiiconf on to a linux machine, or maybe a raspberry pi 3
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby PatrikE » Fri Oct 14, 2016 5:38 pm

MultiWii is still my first choice in my planes.
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby vpb » Tue Oct 18, 2016 3:20 pm

PatrikE wrote:MultiWii is still my first choice in my planes.

One thing that's still stuck in my RC todo-list is building a fpv plane and use your custom MW firmware. :)

ninjaandy wrote:still flying mw2.3, has anyone installed multiwiiconf on to a linux machine, or maybe a raspberry pi 3

Yes, I used Linux 3 years ago, from MW 2.1 -> 2.2, then on Mac now. Why dont u switch to MW2.4?
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby ninjaandy » Wed Oct 19, 2016 8:01 am

Has anyony tried putting the multiwiiconf on a raspberry pi 3, cos I could do with some help please..
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby ditrone » Mon Oct 31, 2016 4:05 pm

I fly multiwii everyday. Love it. Cheap reliable fast from my experience with quadcopter. By default slapped onto a frame, it flys better than apm cc3d and pixhawk out the box. GUI works in debian linux (something that has prevented me from using cc3d boards hardly at all). Just bought two boards the other day to build canard. No vehicle I've ever operated has felt more "locked in" as multiwii on fpv.
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby ditrone » Mon Oct 31, 2016 4:08 pm

ninjaandy wrote:still flying mw2.3, has anyone installed multiwiiconf on to a linux machine, or maybe a raspberry pi 3

I use multiwii conf on Debian GNU Linux. Raspian is based on debian so i bet it would run just fine. Just make sure version on board is same as version on computer.
Also might just log in as root and run it from console instead of messing with permissions.
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Re: Many people here still flying Multiwii?

Postby vpb » Fri Aug 11, 2017 3:52 pm

Any latest flying clip guy? Just want to know you're still flying with MW out there ;)
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