Well, beats the heck out of me then. I'm installing a fresh download of Raspi and BrewPi Remix right now. If that doesn't work, then something really weird is afoot.[shrug] Installed 0.2 on March 2, 2014. Upgraded through 0.2.4 to 0.2.10 over the years...
Any chance you can check your index.php in the /var/www folder and see if it has any references to google.com/jsapi?
A weak solder joint could definitely have done it. When you say "soldered up", what board are you using?Well, I got it going. I'm not sure what the problem was, but I just kept re-trying things and eventually it recognized it. Soldered it all and it's still showing, so we're good!
Yes, no reason it should flash one not the other. How are you flashing it?I couldn't get the i2c firmware to flash to my Uno, should it have worked? Will I have to run my LCD in parallel? I'd like to avoid a lot of cabling inside the box.
Dave got it. I should note that you can ground pin 7 I thing it is and the encoder (and screen blanking) features will be disabled.What do people use the rotary encoder for? Does it give me access to changing settings at the box instead of web?
I just soldered connectors on the ends of the probe cables.A weak solder joint could definitely have done it. When you say "soldered up", what board are you using?
I had to do it from updateFirmware.py, it wouldn't complete from the web console.Yes, no reason it should flash one not the other. How are you flashing it?
Maybe it's because I do it so much, but I found investing in a DuPont crimper a pretty good way to go.I just soldered connectors on the ends of the probe cables.
Right, it's currently disabled there. I need to get back to that.I had to do it from updateFirmware.py, it wouldn't complete from the web console.
If it worked, RDWHAHB!I just switched to the i2c firmware and it took it this time. Odd.
Um ... looking - will edit the response. Standby.Is there an article on wiring up the i2c LCD somewhere, or is it buried in this thread?
I guess that's right. I am not sure what the code is around here but a GFI is not a bad idea. I agree, there should be one there already. Doubling up on GFI on the same circuit is bad I think.If it's in a garage built in the last almost 20 years, every outlet out there and in the bathrooms are already going through a GFI circuit. Standing water, leaking pipes/water heater? I don't know otherwise.