Ah yeah its alright, just thought I'd point it out, no worries, I know this is very much a work in progress. Ah yeah, I only wonder about the legal implications of letting people switch between frequencies at will... but thats not my department haha.
Ah yeah so I did run the setup script on the 64 bit side and got it all working!
...and now for the new problem haha. So I've been trying to get the Range Test uploaded but I cant get the Flutter to show up under the list of VMware usb devices. I've now gone a bit deeper listing out the usb devices on my mac and I don't see any new device listing when I plug in either of the Flutter units I have. I've also swapped out usb cables for a known working cable to no avail. I even got the custom Arduino build working on OS X with all of the little modifications that we've done to get it working on linux and it compiles and everything but it cant upload it because the device doesn't show up. Is there anything I need to do to get a driver working? Do you think a non-VM of linux would work?
It's no problem, I have some time this week to dedicate to Flutter since I have to tread water on my main focus. I also just love this project and I honestly just cant wait to get using this on my own projects!
Hey, side question (that is probably worth its own thread and I'll eventually make one I'm sure), how hard do you think it would be to integrate the Flutter into an RTOS like ChibiOS/RT?