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Hi, trying to get new OpenScope MZ (from the original KS, just now getting around to this!) working on Ubuntu 18.04 desktop system. The OpenScope MZ getting started instructions did not work for me. Here's what did thanks in part to @wyojustin Installed digilent-agent but it does not show up in task bar Try to execute digilent-agent from command line. That worked. Plugging in OpenScope MZ to USB has no effect http://localhost:42135 gives a 404 error Try putting waveformslive.com in chrome address bar. That works. Now I can start the firmware update, etc. That update went smoothly. Calibration completes but the web page still says it is uncalibrated. Did it again. No change. Ignore and continue. Now I can make a sample measurement with scope 1 (orange) connected to wavegen (yellow) Randomly the PC speaker outputs a thump, seems to be caused by WaveformsLive. What's up with that? digilent-agent terminal frequently spews out binary data (?) Should I worry? What exactly is the need to go to a web site at waveformslive.com to use this scope? That seems an awfully circuitous way to get a local display. Is all the scope data getting sent to AWS and then back in the display? Or AWS is serving the display and data gets merged in locally somehow? And what if I don't have a fast Internet connection everywhere I want to use this tool? Would like to trigger this MZ from a AD2 to get two more analog channels to log. Now to read documentation and try to get useful results. Also will try under Windows 10 Pro Thanks to @wyojustin and this helpful forum post.
I'd like to use my OpenScope MZ on the go, so I was hoping I could have it connect to the hotspot I can create with my Android phone. It seems to be connected (solid blue led, blinking yellow led), it's also connected to my computer through usb where I can see it's ip address, but when I try to add the device on the WaveForms Live Android app or on waveformslive.com I get the "No response received" error. Even a ping to the ip fails. I also confirmed the ip using the Hotspot Manager app on Android. I tried running through the WiFi setup again. I have up to date firmware (1.296.0). When I try the same on my regular home wifi network I can add and access the device. Could I be doing something wrong here? Have you guys connected the OpenScope MZ to a Android hotspot?