AT#RSCRIPT talks gibberish

  • at#rscript="file" returns rubbish.


    Files are OK and the module can read and write to NVM. However, if I try to readback a file I receive nonsens. LSCRIPT works fine and I can't see why RSCRIPT doesn't.



    PS5.02.203AL6.04.604-GM862 QUAD PY, S2

  • at#lscript
    #LSCRIPT: AT.py 10396
    #LSCRIPT: PARAM.py 2525
    #LSCRIPT: INIT.py 3399
    #LSCRIPT: MAIN.py 9991
    #LSCRIPT: PTB.py 9751
    #LSCRIPT: VI.py 2773
    #LSCRIPT: autoexec.py 283
    #LSCRIPT: MODEM.py 3001
    #LSCRIPT: exceptions.py 7168
    #LSCRIPT: exceptions.pyo 4280
    #LSCRIPT: VI.pyo 2687
    #LSCRIPT: AT.pyo 8706
    #LSCRIPT: LOG.pyo 1273
    #LSCRIPT: PARAM.pyo 2558
    #LSCRIPT: MAIN.pyo 5146
    #LSCRIPT: PTB.pyo 4631
    #LSCRIPT: LOG.py 1440
    #LSCRIPT: MODEM.pyo 3184
    #LSCRIPT: LOG.ini 792
    #LSCRIPT: MODEM.ini 453
    #LSCRIPT: free bytes: 2921036
    OK
    at#rscript="LOG.ini"
    úZú
    AT#RSCRIPT="MODEM.ini"
    ½ýZú
    AT#RSCRIPT="autoexec.py"


    they are supposed top be text files. ?(

  • Handled by email, I will post conclusions ASAP.


    Baudrate wasn't set to 115200, hardware flowcontrol - "Easy Script in Python" warns this, however "AT Commands Reference Guide" don't, which is an important miss.