[DSF Extension] Exec On MCode (was: Shutdown SBC)
Just as a short teaser: the upcoming version will allow an arbitrary amount of
tobias_munich last edited by
great Job !! many thanks.
exactly what I looked for
wilriker last edited by wilriker
This release adds the possibility to provide an arbitrary amount of
-commandtuples. This way it is possible to have a single instance of
execonmcodehandle all the custom commands.
Note that as part of this change there is no longer a default value for
Get it at GitHub Releases page.
EDIT: This version is built agains
goduetapiclient1.2.0 and as such will only work with DSF 18.104.22.168 and later. In case you need a version that is working with DSF <= 22.214.171.124 please tell me here. It's not a problem to provide that as well.
gtj0 last edited by
@wilriker I can't believe I missed this whole thread! Gonna give it a try tomorrow.
I'm also working on something to allow the SBC to do a hardware reset and flash erase via GPIO pins for cases where the firmware is stuck and you can't get to the board. Could be a good companion to your utility.
@gtj0 Glad to hear about any use-cases.
I myself use it to run
poweroffas well as activating and deactivating my webcam (starting/stopping a
bearer last edited by
Tempting to try with a small I2C OLED on the Pi, but not top of the list just yet
This sounds really good. I would like to use it to activate a bash script on my system but I have attempted to install it and I cant get it to work.
I followed your instructions in your first post but using execonmode V3:
I downloaded execonmode and placed it into /usr/local/bin.
I tried to run it using sudo ./execonmode -help (just to see if it works) but I get the error message "cant open binary".
Could you instruct me where i'm going wrong.
BTW I am on the latest version of RRF3 and up to date with DSF etc.
Thanks in advance.
@chas2706 If you run
sudo ./execonmcode -help
It will try to find the executable in the current directory you issue this command. To have your shell locate it in your
./in front of
-helpyou don't need
To make sure that it can find it also check if
actually does contain
Last thing: you spelled it
execonmcode(extra "c" after "m") above. Make sure that's only a typo here. I might rename the executable in the future to something less error-prone.
Thanks for the info. I will give it another go.
execonmode was just a typo error in my post lol.
I have placed execonmcode in /usr/local/bin and typed the following in the terminal without success:
pi@Duet3:~ $ cd /usr/local/bin
pi@Duet3:/usr/local/bin $ ls
pi@Duet3:/usr/local/bin $ ./execonmcode -help
bash: ./execonmcode: Permission denied
pi@Duet3:/usr/local/bin $ sudo ./execonmcode -help
sudo: ./execonmcode: command not found
pi@Duet3:/usr/local/bin $ execonmcode -help
bash: /usr/local/bin/execonmcode: Permission denied
pi@Duet3:/usr/local/bin $ sudo execonmcode -help
sudo: execonmcode: command not found
@chas2706 Have you made
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/execonmcode? I think that's missing from the installation instructions.
No I forgot!!
My silly mistake! It works a treat now.
Thank you for your help.
@chas2706 Thank you for implicitly pointing out a hole in the installation instructions. I amended that to GitHub already and will fix it above in an instant.
No problem, again thanks for your help and for producing a fantastic plugin.