Thanks, reyalp. I think I graduated from "clueless newbie" to "just plain newbie." I got the software installed, and it boots into CHDK, so perhaps it just works. I'll start playing with the software. If you do want a firmware dump, let me know and I'll try to find time to do it. I was a programmer, but am not sure I have the time to do this right now.
Thanks for the great progress on the beta firmware!My 100A D10 boots and runs CHDK, but:a) there's continuous redraw flicker between the CHDK text & icons, and the D10's displayed items. It's better in Program mode (smaller icon), and after turning off all D10 display (except for the "P", of course). Are other people experiencing this?
b) the CHDK text and menus all appear as dark blue. Is this usual? Is it easily changeable?
c) After running Ultra Intervalometer several times, and taking about 20 photos, the D10 no longer powers up completely - it crashes(immediately shuts off after powerup) unless I un-write-protect the SD card. This may have something to do with the script parameters saved by CHDK, and that I have scripting set to autostart.
d) Assuming that (c) can be fixed or worked around, is it possible to turn off and leave off the LCD display in the D10? For tripod-mounted intervalometry, there's no need for the display at all.
e) Is it possible to disable focusing, or lock focusing? There's no need for it during interval shooting.Thanks again.
After deleting CCHDK.CFG, it boots normally, but then it is recreated, and stops booting again.After deleting again, "Script autostart" powers up as off, and I turned off "Save parameters", but after power cycling, the D10 still stops booting until I delete CCHDK.CFG again.Finally (after deleting again) I tried "Reset options to defaults", and now the camera boots correctly.
Is the firmware you posted here d10-1067-reyalp-test.zip suitable for further testing, or should I revert to the autobuild version?
Attached find the ROMLOG.LOG and CCHDK.CFG which triggers the non-boot(as well as the post "reset options" version which allows boot).
This is strange, camera creating new cchdk.cfg should be the same as reset to defaults. You didn't change any other settings after the first boot ?
Are you starting the camera with the play button or power button ? If the power button, are you using a short press or long press (long will start directly in record mode).
Can you start chdk, go to "miscellaneous stuff" -> "show memory info" and report the results ?
Quote from: reyalp on 27 / February / 2011, 04:12:41Can you start chdk, go to "miscellaneous stuff" -> "show memory info" and report the results ?Memory InfoFree Memory: 366608 bytes
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