Yes ! Succes ! Thanks again Bryan.
Now, next question (pushing my luck). How can I alter the default settings of the HM? I would like to make the default settings metric and change the probes back to ET72/73.
Managed to create an outputimage, but what is the next step? I get a non bootable SD card when I flash this image to an SD card (Win32Diskimager).
The outputimage is 19.9MB so that seems to be about right but I suspect that something goes wrong with boot and root offsets.
Thanks Bryan, this helped a lot!
Mksquashfs4 kind of works now and I can create a modified squashsf file. However " -fixed -time `date "+%s"` " still gives an "invalid option" error, But if I delete this last bit I can create the file.
I'm traveling at the moment so I don't have access to a HM...
Now I remember again why I hate linux so much.
Ubuntu doesn't know what mksquashfs4 means and if I try mksquashfs instead then everything after "-comp xz" doesn't compute. :mad:
Do I need to do this on a RPI running LEDE? or is there an easy way to run LEDE on VMware?
Not sure that I understand any of this (I'm a hardware guy:confused:) but I'm going to try.
I assume that this will need to be done on a Linux box, so step 1 will be setting up VMware on my laptop and create a virtual linux machine.
to be continued.....
I've made a special layout for the members of the Dutch BBQ-society. This is quite a big group of heatermeter users (150+) and most of them are not so computer savvy. If they lose their familiar web interface every time they do a hard reset then I will be extremely busy fixing their heatermeters.
Hmmm, Could this be a version conflict?
When I write the image to a completely wiped SD card and when I flash the AVR with the bundled firmware all seems to work fine. Don't get the "No default configuration" error anymore.