Garbage text in serial term. ?

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  • #368

    Erni
    Participant

    Hmm all i get in the serial terminal is this:
    Both when I input my wifi credentials and when I input my node ID

    [2C[43C[K6[261D[2C[44C[K8[261D[2C[45C[K7[261D[2C[46C[K8[261D[2C[47C[Kd[261D[2C[48C[K9[261D[2C[49C[Kd[261D[2C[50C[K0[261D[2C[51C[K8[261D[2C[52C[Kf[261D[2C[53C[K"[261D[2C[54C[K)[261D[2C[55C
    
    [32m>[0m 
    #371

    Harold L.
    Keymaster

    “[32m>[0m” is the color codes of VT100 terminal. And NodeLua firmware support it :)
    Try another serial commication program will work, for example: putty (MS Windows), minicom (Linux, Mac OS X)

    #372

    Erni
    Participant

    Thanks Harold, if I use putty it works

    #433

    jeffeb3
    Participant

    Also, if you want to remove that color code, at least in the prompt, you can set the variable ‘_PROMPT’ to anything you want, including just the > symbol. i.e.:

    _PROMPT=’>’
    _PROMPT2=’>>’

    _PROMPT2 is for when you are typing a loop or something like that.

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