How do I start an old Z-Uno1 in these days?

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MatsPojken
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How do I start an old Z-Uno1 in these days?

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Windows10 won't accept my Z-Uno as an USB device and tells me that the driver is the correct one when I try to change it.
Luckily I have an Ubuntu system at the side with Arduino IDE 1.8.5. This accepts the Z-Uno on a port but when I try to compile I get the error printout:

Board zuno (platform zw8051, package Z-Uno) is unknown
Error compiling for board Z-Wave>ME Z-Uno.


Board name, programmer name and port seem to be what I expect.
How do I start my old Z-Uno1?
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PoltoS
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Re: How do I start an old Z-Uno1 in these days?

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Please try to remove the Z-Uno package and install it again. Looks like some broken installation
MatsPojken
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Re: How do I start an old Z-Uno1 in these days?

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@PoltoS:
OK, I tried that several times (using Z-Uno packages only) without success. Then I tried to install both Z-Uno and Z-Uno2 packages and then burning the bootloader resulted in the following:

Arduino:1.8.5 (Linux), Kort:"Z-Wave>ME Z-Uno, Europe, Disabled, Disabled, Disabled"
Openning port ..............................
Openning port .............................. OK
Closing port ..............................
Closing port .............................. OK
Openning port ..............................
Openning port .............................. OK

RAW Info:
AA AA BB BB 01 15 01 10 00 01 02 12 4F E2 E4 1B
02 7F C6 62 72 7F FF 7F FC 01 15 02 12 FA 83 02
03 17 13 D3 26 B4 00 A3 A4 FB 4F 4B A6 0C F0 8A
E7 79 0E 47 29 77 C6 8A 61 CE BC 70 CA A5 FA D4
5C 33 1B 17 12 06 B9 0E 89 10 D7 04 01 1E
----------------------------------------------------------
FIRMWARE DATA
----------------------------------------------------------
REVISION:02.18
Z-WAVE PRODUCT TYPE:0110 (DEC:272)
Z-WAVE PRODUCT ID: 0001 (DEC:1)
Z-WAVE FREQUENCY:EU
ORIGINAL FW. CRC32: 4F E2 E4 1B
MAXIMUM CODE SIZE: 30 KB
CURRENT FW. CRC16: FA 83
RADIO CHANNELS: 02
----------------------------------------------------------
HARDWARE DATA
----------------------------------------------------------
CALIBRATION
MAIN:03 TX: 17 13
DEVICE PUBLIC KEY:
HEX: A7 F1 05 E6 7A A7 8A 6A 6D 82 11 D0 27 10 5E B9 86 24 EF 3B D2 E6 00 71 77 7A D0 6B B9 C7 B1 68
DEC: 42993-01510-31399-35434-28034-04560-10000-24249-34340-61243-53990-00113-30586-53355-47559-45416
----------------------------------------------------------
PRODUCTION DATA
----------------------------------------------------------
YOUR ZUNO S/N: 17 12 06 B9 0E 89 10 04 01
----------------------------------------------------------
PRODUCTION TIME:
WEEK:23 YEAR:2018
WORKSTATION:
NUMBER:16 SEQUENCE:3721
HARDWARE:
CHIP:1721 REVISION:1025
----------------------------------------------------------
Stoping the user code ..............................
Stoping the user code ..............................
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**** **** **** **** **** *
* * * * * * * * * *
* * * * * * * * * *
**** *** *** * * *** *
* * * * * * * * *
**** * * * * **** * * *
Error 0 There is no firmware "/home/mats/.arduino15/packages/Z-Uno/hardware/zw8051/2.1.8/bootloaders/zuno_bootloader_AAAABBBB011501100001021202*.bin" that is needed for your Z-Uno
Fel vid bränning av bootloader.
(The last line is Swedish saying: Error at burning the bootloader)
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I think I need a completely fresh restart of the installation. But it looks like the files from the probably disrupted install are still there.
How do I proceed? How do I get the firmware?
MatsPojken
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Re: How do I start an old Z-Uno1 in these days?

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I have fixed half the problem! Ok, I admit I have an Arduino system that is rather messed up. When I tried in a "clean" Ubuntu system with a fresh, old Arduino install(1.6.6) everything worked by the book! Is there an upper 1.8.x version. I have to try...
But when I then moved to Windows10, the Z-Uno was not accepted as an USB device, without a possibilty to add a driver manually.
So I think I'll close this post and enter another with my Windows10 problem.
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