This repository is part of the Fieldtracks project, which aims at creating a tracking system to be used in field exercises by relief organizations.
First make sure you are cloning the project including its submodules:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/FieldTracks/JellingStone.git
You will need to setup ESP-IDF and a toolchain for the ESP32 in order to compile the project. For further instructions look here.
To configure the build run
make menuconfig from the project's root directory and change settings under "JellingStone configuration".
make flash to compile the project and flash it to an attached ESP32. Debug output can be watched with
make monitor (or run them together with
make flash monitor).
Flashing wifi and mqtt credentials to the ESP32
This will not run automatically during
- Edit the credentials
NOTE: The path to the certificate must be an absolute path IMPORTANT: If the offset of the nvs partition gets updated the offset in the Makefile needs to be updated as well
As of 1.0.0 binary releases are available at https://fieldtracks.org/JellingStone/release. Flashing does not require building the software; however, nvs_data.csv must be converted into a working flash partition. Flashing can be done using esptool:
esptool.py --chip esp32 --port /dev/ttyUSB0 --baud 115200 --before default_reset --after hard_reset write_flash -z --flash_mode dio --flash_freq 40m --flash_size detect 0x1000 bootloader.bin 0x10000 jellingstone.bin 0x8000 partitions.bin
Creating and flashing the NVS partition is done using::
nvs_partition_gen.py --input nvs_data.csv --output build/nvs.bin --size 2457 esptool.py write_flash 0x9000 build/nvs.bin
This file is part of JellingStone - (C) The Fieldtracks Project
JellingStone is distributed under the civilian open source license (COSLi). Military usage is forbidden. You should have received a copy of COSLi along with JellingStone. If not, please contact email@example.com