jy0933 wrote:does anyone know if the MMC10 is the rebranded FF?
Gimbal wrote:tnx TC, still in MW
Naze32AIO is really cool, just what I'm looking for, next on my wish list is sbus, it's not possible to get cppm from futaba r2008 and i would like to access the other port's and I'm kind a stuck with futaba but if anybody know a small suitcase friendly 8ch cppm system I'm all ear
mr.sneezy wrote:Loaded r250 OK. Found the gps_type setting now listed via CLI.
I found these notes in github about gps_type
where X=0 if NMEA (no special config), X=1 if UBX (enters ubx binary mode), X=2 if MTK (sets up MTK for 5Hz operation).
Is the github the best place to go to find info about changes between versions and get specific info about Baseflight ?
I noticed that 3 is also listed as value for gps_type in the set list. Is there actually there a valid gps_type = 3 ?
the github repo is a 1:1 mirror of the SVN repo. Mr. timecop here still refuses to move over
Right now there are only those 3 config options if you take a look at the GPS init method: https://github.com/multiwii/baseflight/blob/upstream/src/gps.c#L48
If you still have problems/questions I suggest you swing by #multiwii on FreeNode and bug timecop yourself. But I'm sure other folks there will be able to help, too
brm wrote:what did you change?
tc has not much time at the moment.
this is the reason he is quite silent.
are you doing gps related things?
when yes how to get it?
mr.sneezy wrote:Thanks Andy. Not sure what FreeNode is
I'd rather not bug TC anyway as GPS is not his interest, but I'm happy that guys here who do use BaseFlight with GPS can chime in.
My own aspirations of eventual RTH took a dive today. Powered up the quad and GPS tonight, and no output from the GPS at all. Power is good, data wires fine. I wonder if the firmware in the FMP04 (MTK 3329) is stuffed. Anyone had that happen ?brm wrote:yes, the next thing is a safe return to home function.
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