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Bebop firmware update

Kevindehecker
Hi!

Since a few weeks new firmware for the Bebop 1 has been available, version 3.2.0. This update reverses the order of the motors, which caused the Bebop flying with Pprz to crash immediately. 

The example and all TUDelft airframe files have now been updated with the new order of things for firmware 3.2.0, but if you have a custom airframe file you need to do it yourself.

FYI, Pprz now checks whether the firmware is in fact 3.2.0, otherwise it won't upload anymore.

Cheers,

Kevin

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mountkidd
Kevindehecker wrote
Hi!

Since a few weeks new firmware for the Bebop 1 has been available, version
3.2.0. This update reverses the order of the motors, which caused the Bebop
flying with Pprz to crash immediately.

The example and all TUDelft airframe files have now been updated with the
new order of things for firmware 3.2.0, but if you have a custom airframe
file you need to do it yourself.

FYI, Pprz now checks whether the firmware is in fact 3.2.0, otherwise it
won't upload anymore.

Cheers,

Kevin

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Hi Kevin,
The original Bebop and Bebop2 motors spin in opposite directions.  FW 3.2.0 is the first 'unified' release that runs on both platforms.  Under FW 3.2.0, a shell script now sets the PRODUCT environment variable depending on which hardware (Mykonos3|Milos) is found.

Having Pprz check for 3.2.0 to determine whether to upload or not is not going to work for both platforms...

Gord  

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