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ColorCal 2 fails to connect #1138

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brittAnderson opened this Issue Mar 14, 2016 · 1 comment

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brittAnderson commented Mar 14, 2016

Setting up a new machine today I could not get the ColorCal2 to connect properly for gamma correction. The error message related to an inability to find a baud rate. From a google search found a similar error that related to version 3 of Pyserial having changed their "interface". Downgraded to pyserial2.7 and was able to connect. My guess is the pyserial library changed something about their interface. Might be best to recommend pyserial less than 3.0.

Ref: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/34602168/dronekit-failed-to-connect-to-dev-tty-usbmodem1411-serial-object-has-no-at/34615374#34615374

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peircej commented Mar 15, 2016

Thanks for the heads-up Britt. Probably we should change our code to be
compatible with the new version:
mavlink/mavlink#498

On 14/03/2016 23:01, brittAnderson wrote:

Setting up a new machine today I could not get the ColorCal2 to
connect properly for gamma correction. The error message related to an
inability to find a baud rate. From a google search found a similar
error that related to version 3 of Pyserial having changed their
"interface". Downgraded to pyserial2.7 and was able to connect. My
guess is the pyserial library changed something about their interface.
Might be best to recommend pyserial less than 3.0.

Ref:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/34602168/dronekit-failed-to-connect-to-dev-tty-usbmodem1411-serial-object-has-no-at/34615374#34615374


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