Make yellow error

Ok but are sure that the driver WL18 are also needed for yellow as we do not put any BLE card like on the green mangOH?

If you see the bt-init.sh in the document, it will use

modprobe hci_uart
sleep 1
modprobe bluetooth
sleep 1
modprobe rfcomm
sleep 1
modprobe hidp
sleep 1
modprobe bnep
sleep 1

so you can double check if currently you have these drivers.

BTW, if you don’t put on the WL81xx bluetooth card, how are you going to use it?

The bluetooth is integrated on the card according to the user guide doc. So I guess we can use it directly…
You are talking about the document for mango green that you sent?

yes, I am talking about this document…

OK, you can simply check if you can enter the following then:

modprobe hci_uart
sleep 1
modprobe bluetooth
sleep 1
modprobe rfcomm
sleep 1
modprobe hidp
sleep 1
modprobe bnep
sleep 1

OK. i am confused about whether we must buy an extension for bluetooth with mango Yellow to be honest.

here says it has bluetooth function already:

Bluetooth on mangOH yellow works out of the box. Nothing needs to be done.

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Please what do I need more to get started with the mangoH yellow.

I followed all these steps:

Can I start now or do I have to install Legato as well like in this video:

Is there a procedure on how to use the git codes and apply to start building my application?

Thanks

You need to install leaf tool and vscode

Thanks. Another question: is it possible to stop a list of application in one command?

Apparently app stop takes only one argument. You could write a simple bash script to accept multiple applications though.

Thanks. Could you tell me how can I solve this issue:
Many #include xxxxxxxx don’t work. Error message is :

Can you build the app?

Ctrl+shift+b > build

No here what I get. Maybe it is because I create my app in mangOH folder and not in leaf-data folder - see below the architecture which comes from downloading from the procedure. Where it is recommended to create app please?


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i created the new app in the app folder.

Yes but there is an app folder in leaf-data and in mangOH folder…

I’ve tried to launch the app from another location and build and it works. But when I connect to my target and write a logread nothing happens. Is there anything to do to display something, except app start (what I did)?

logread -f only displays messages going forward. If helloWorld has already started you might not see anything. Try logread | grep helloWorld .

I think cm tool will also print out something

Ok I’ll try. thanks. Is it also normal to have this message?

with cm info