Hello Core. Well I feel that I am getting somewhere as I can detect my BME280 on port 77 and I can see this below, but I still cant get the bloody thing to work, syntax errors and all sorts when I use scripts downloaded on from the net. Any ideas?
All my PI 4 stuff I have bought off Core, the BME280 is your part number P2652. As mentioned before on the command prompt I can see it on port 77 and when I run sudo i2cdump I can see the codes being sent from the BME280. My problem is all of the scripts I find are coming up with various errors like syntax and attribute and to be honest I have tried heaps of scripts. Being very new to PI and its something I want to learnt and I have read the Official Beginners Guide for PI that I bought off Core I sort of get it but I am obviously missing something. Any help would be very appreciated and no doubt lead to more orders to Core.
Bill Gates may have his hooks in here too
Try changing these to .doc or .docx
I too use software that produces .odt files but I can save to Microsoft format to keep old Bill happy. Or if this fails PDF links seem to be OK.
I did ask earlier about the length of the I2C connecting cable and to date there has been no reply. I suggest this because others have come unstuck trying to communicate over too long a distance with this protocol.
Have you thought about this re your instability.