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Reply #20 — Posted 3yr ago
by KiwiSaner | Master | 7,514 exp
Reply #20 — Posted 3yr ago
by KiwiSaner | Master | 7,514 exp
This is indeed very good news. I really like the Cerb family. Watching this space with great anticipation.
Reply #21 — Posted 3yr ago
by ppatierno | Senior | 3,010 exp
Reply #21 — Posted 3yr ago
by ppatierno | Senior | 3,010 exp
I see different information in the catalog on Cerberus board and related tinker kit....
Does Cerberus support SSL or not ?

Paolo.
Reply #22 — Posted 3yr ago
by ppatierno | Senior | 3,010 exp
Reply #22 — Posted 3yr ago
by ppatierno | Senior | 3,010 exp
@andre.m ... I lost my mind !! Excuse me ;-)
Reply #23 — Posted 3yr ago
by JohnySeven | Senior | 1,657 exp
Reply #23 — Posted 3yr ago
by JohnySeven | Senior | 1,657 exp
GHI rocks! Smiley No need to say anything else...
Reply #24 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gary_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #24 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gary_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reinhard Ostermeier says:

Is this a normal or a GHI "soon" Cheesy

Unfortunately, we can't answer that question, this a Microsoft time frame. If it "goes as planned" it will be very soon, we can't verify it until they actually tell us their ready before the public announcement
Reply #25 — Posted 3yr ago
by dobova | Hero | 12,563 exp
Reply #25 — Posted 3yr ago
by dobova | Hero | 12,563 exp
@Gary - What's happened to FEZ Cobra II boards ? Had Cobra II disappeared from catalog?
Reply #26 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gary_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #26 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gary_ghielectroncs | Employee
@dobova - All Cobra II boards are available via special order, we left the WiFi version view-able on the catalog as it gives a complete description of the Cobra II board and functionality.
Reply #27 — Posted 3yr ago
by HughB | Hero | 18,611 exp
Reply #27 — Posted 3yr ago
by HughB | Hero | 18,611 exp
HughB says:
So do I take it that with the Cerb family firmware going closed source that means OSHW boards that use the cerb firmware like threadneedle and Ingenuity micros Octopus will have to be withdrawn?

Bump:
Reply #28 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #28 — Posted 3yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
You have multiple options:

1. Use the 4.2 firmware
2. Port to 4.3 yourself, you can still use the 4.2 code as starting point. Should be somewhat easy
3. Contact GHI to get a license for using the 4.3 firmware on your device
Reply #29 — Posted 3yr ago
by njbuch | King | 26,158 exp
Reply #29 — Posted 3yr ago
by njbuch | King | 26,158 exp
Gus says:

You have multiple options:

1. Use the 4.2 firmware
2. Port to 4.3 yourself, you can still use the 4.2 code as starting point. Should be somewhat easy
3. Contact GHI to get a license for using the 4.3 firmware on your device

Makes sense, what kind of money are we talking about? Is it a per device, or per board?

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