Using a Mac M1 max laptop running arduino 2.0 IDE. I see the serial board as /dev/cu.usbserial-210. I configured it as an "arduino Uno" board. Serial monitor set to 115200baud/no line editing. commented out the code as suggested and uploaded to the board with no errors.
The serial monitor outputs "initk" over and over again.
Stuck at this point... any suggestions?
I was able to upload a new boot loader, and then upload OpenCat again. This time the serial port showed:
Init servos: 25.00MHz
rather than the expected "Reset joint offsets? (Y/n)"
I was also able to upload the buzzer test which now works.
I also attempted to upload "test buzzer" but the serial output was the same "initk". No errors on the upload, just "Done Uploading". Do I need to install the OpenCat folder as a library in the arduino IDE
After the first round of uploading, have you entered 'y' or 'n' in the serial monitor to let the program finish all the setup steps? Is the I2C switch on the NyBoard dialed to "Arduino" instead of "RPi"?