During this process of start up I was expecting to see the calibration light switch between red and blue (which works when I use the build supplied by Emlid as part of the Raspian image) but this did not happen. Also once the startup is complete the green light flicks on and off. This also is not happening with the pre-built binary.
But upon connecting to Mission Planner I can see that the version has been updated to 4.1.0 Dev.
I also tried to go back to the prebuild binary 4.0.0 - stable and tried to run that. Now this is the same version shipped with Emlid’s Raspian OS. However this also did not turn the light on during calibration and startup.
Thanks heaps @mlebret. I thought that that might be the case but good to get it confirmed.
The only thing I couldn’t get my head around is the arduplane version 4.0.0 shipped with the emlid raspian (buster) didn’t seem to have this bug but the version 4.0.0 arduplane binary downloaded from the ardupilot firmwares page has this bug. Is this something Emlid are fixing in the arduplane version shipped with the latest Emlid raspian (buster)?
Waiting eagerly for ardupilot 4.1dev to become part of the stable branch.
Thanks again for the awesome tutorial @mlebret!
Hi @polina.buriak - thanks for the update. Do you have a release schedule planned for 2020? @mlebret - interesting that you are seeing this issue. I saw that if I use the (latest) build provided by Emlid on my Pi 3B+ for Plane 4.0.0, then I don’t seem to have the LED issue. Wondering if this issue is specific to Copter only.