remig wrote:Here's the screenshot under 1.19.379. My USB folder only contain the files supplied in the 120 release.
Atarieterno wrote:With the Lightning drivers loaded in memory: Cubase does not start.
So far, nothing looks unusual. I see that you run this on a TT. Just to be sure: you are using the blitz030.ucd driver (and not blitz.ucd, which would be the MegaSTE version of the driver) and you're not loading the TOS drivers in the AUTO folder before loading MiNT? Can you please disable all device drivers, i.e. storage.udd, mouse.udd, keyboard.udd and see if this changes anything?
czietz wrote:Thank you. Could you please try the attached debug version of the driver -- preferably still without any udd device drivers -- and post a screenshot? It will display a lot of message that help pinpointing the problem.
Note: You might have to configure the MiNT kernel to show debug messages at all. At boot, press the Shift key asked to by the loader, then switch the debug level to "ALERT, DEBUG".
czietz wrote:Interesting and strange. This hangs very early on, before the USB chip on the Lighting VME is even initialized. I have never seen this with one of our users before.
I have attached a version with much more extensive debug output during this early phase. Can you please retry the experiment?
czietz wrote:Atarieterno wrote:With the Lightning drivers loaded in memory: Cubase does not start.
And how "does not start" manifest itself? Error message? Bombs? Is this really caused by the Lightning VME driver or by any of the device drivers (mouse, keyboard, storage)?
vattari wrote:It would be great if it was technically possible to use this with a USB>VGA adapter such as this one:
https://www.tme.eu/en/Document/6ba3f6c7 ... A0076A.pdf
Cheap and convenient, it technically possible, I would pay for some drivers to be written.
Gaiyan wrote:Lightning is USB 1.1 but USB 2.0 devices (which this adapter is) work at reduced speed. Wiki reports speeds to be 600kbps which most likely is not enough for any display mode. I suspect another problem would be the TT not having enough oomf to drive it.
rthorntn wrote:I have a MSTE with 2.05 TOS, I get:
"Lightning VME not found!"
Do I need to upgrade to TOS 2.06?
rthorntn wrote:Also I'm just running TOS, can somebody please walk me through getting networking working, I have a dub-e100?
susher wrote:I thought people would like to know that after testing Lightning VME with the original (100M bit) Apple USB ethernet dongle I can report that it works fine, at least with UIP.
I now at last have a working ethernet on my TT!!! (NetUSBEE doesn't work with my TT)
Seeing that these devices are readily available I'm sure that this will help people find a suitable device.
Timnaber wrote:Is anyone exposing the ports to the outside of the machine? I have a Mega STe that can use this, but I am concerned of where the ports would reach the outside of the computer and how it would look. Any Pics out there?
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