The WMR300 driver initializes differently starting with v3.7.0. It's
possible this broke something. You could try reverting to the old v3.6.2
and see if that has an affect.
If you can successfully run weewx on a different computer and/or a
different kernel, that would certainly suggest that it is an OS/kernel
problem and not a problem with your WMR300 hardware or driver.
On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 12:59 PM, mot23 mot23 <motmotmo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for your fast response.
> In the first place, i was thinking about a hardware problem. So I already
> bought a new PI with a new power supply and usb cabel. The new PI has the
> same problem as the old one. The pi’s are running the same new linux
> kernels. I regularly update my system too avoid vulnerabilities. Before i
> updated my old Pi to 3.7.1, i was running 3.6.2. Yes, I also updated
> raspbian os when i was updating weewx.
> Is it maybe an option to run the simulation software on the old PI with
> the same linux kernel that we are running now on the new PI?
> I was also thinking about running the software on a standard PC whit a
> other debian distribution, to make clear that not raspbian os is causing
> the problems. What do you think about that?
> I am looking forward to your response.
> Regards Tom
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