To do it via USB you can use ampy (the Arduino Micropython tool). The link contains instructions how to install and basic usage. Make sure you exit picocom while using ampy to upload/download files.
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- Wed Oct 28, 2020 9:53 pm
- Forum: Other Boards
- Topic: [NUCLEO-L476RG] How to compile main.py and send to board
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- Wed Oct 28, 2020 3:09 am
- Forum: ESP32 boards
- Topic: Upload file of 250kB or more
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I got away from using FTP because that's zu complicated for the future users. Robert's FTP Server funktioniert wunderbar mit curl(1). Back to english as to not exclude anyone from the discussion. If your preference is a browser based interface, I am wondering if there might be some JS library out t...
Telnet and ftp are also included in the CC3200 port (Wipy1) as C code. AFAIK, that port was maintained by Danuel Campora. Pycom resp. Daniel used this code for the Pycom products. Does that mean they have password protected but unencrypted telnet and ftp servers? If so I suggest that people check o...
I'm just trying to find a telnet server that will work with the Pymakr extension for VS Code. It was created for the Pycom telnet server and requires authentication to connect. Understood. However, as a general rule of thumb I would always expect the more powerful system to accommodate for the limi...
Are there any MicroPython telnet server libraries that support authentication? Any sort of password based authentication without an encrypted connection is not going to give you added security on a telnet protocol. You won't be able to perform something like server side provided salt with MD5 hashi...
For making sure there is water in the reservoir a simple float switch should do. That switch would be closed if there is water in the reservoir and open where there isn't. Think of the principle of a sump pump or the condensate pump of an air condition system. The condensate pump of an air condition...