371Re: Unknown Application
- Jun 4, 2009Turns out that my 3 year old AirCable setup does not have a Mac OS driver. I have the board working with a wired setup now. It's a shame that they don't provide a Mac OS driver. With your support on Mac OS, I don't have to boot to Windows, but now I do if I want to use wireless.
--- In email@example.com, "RidgeSoft" <rs1@...> wrote:
> In order to troubleshoot the problem, first work to get communication
> working with the old virtual machine. Check the settings for the serial
> port in both RoboJDE and on the IntelliBrain controller. Observe the VM
> statue field on the Run tab. If it says "Not responding," it is unable
> to communicate. If it is able to communicate, the state will change to
> "Ready" or "Load." Either one means communication is working. You may
> also see a dialog box pop up indicating the virtual machine is down rev.
> This is also and indication communication is work, since RoboJDE can't
> know that unless it can communicate with controller.
> Once you have communication working, download the new virtual machine.
> The RAM/Flash setting is not relevant to downloading the virtual
> machine. Just select the operation from the tools menu and follow the
> prompts exactly.
> If you still have a problem look for a file named error.log in the
> RoboJDE program folder. If you find one, send it to
> support@... <mailto:support@...> for further
> RidgeSoft Support
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "aokjoey" <jnastasi@> wrote:
> > I have an IB2 using an Air Cable combination running at 115.2k. I am
> trying to load the new virtual machine. I set the dropdown to RAM and
> try to load (I'm in the bootstrap mode at 115.2k) and when I click OK I
> get a alert box Error: Unknown Application.
> > Any ideas?
> > Nice update, BTW
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