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So, i need some help guys to revitalize my Arduinonome/Chronome which is a Arduino 2560 R3. After Upgrading my MacBook Pro 2013 from Yosemite to El Capitan, my Monome still works like a charm, but my Chronome is not detected anymore.
Well, in the Terminal serialosc-detector says:
but besides that, nothing.
Here are some infos and what i have tried so far.
- Connected the Chronome into my MacBook Pro and i can see the LED of the Arduino 2560 R3 turning on. So it has Power. check.
- I downloaded the latest Arduino IDE and updated my Arduino to Firmware 3_3a successfully. check.
- I reinstalled the latest FTDI VCP Driver 2.3 and installed the latest serialosc 1.4. check.
- Downloaded the latest Max 7 and put the latest serialosc.maxpat in /Applications/Max.app/Contents/Resources/C74/packages/BEAP/patchers
- I installed liblo via homebrew.
- Installed Cmake
! After every installation step i rebootet my mac.Just to be sure.
- Typing „serialosc“ in terminal i get a „command not found“ error.
- In Activity Monitor i can see one Instance of serialsocd and one serialosc-detector.
- Downloaded Arduinoserial. But the chronome is not detected
- Un-installed and re-installed Serialosc and the Arduino Firmware, but no luck so far. I tried even older Arduino Firmwares and Serialosc Version and cross-tested it... It ´s been very frustrating the last days...
Unfortunately, the Flipmu Website seems down.
Any Ideas where i can start to start dig?
Thanks a ton in advance!