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I am attempting to implement the fsave and fload feature to save variables through a power cycle on a Micro PPMAC. Firmware version 2.2.1.3. My IDE version is IDE2_2_0-39.

 

This is a program conversion from TPMAC. To facilitate the coversion variable names have been assigned using the original Turbo I, P, M names as it provides a faster conversion.

 

Upon online commad "fsave" the following messages are reported through IDE:

 

fsave

Successful: FastSave using /var/ftp/usrflash/Project/Configuration/pp_custom_save.tpl

 

cp: cannot create regular file `/opt/ppmac/usrflash/Project/Configuration/pp_custom_save.cfg': Read-only file system

Fast Save Complete

 

Upone subsequent on-line issue of "fload" the following message is reported:

 

fload

Successful: FastLoad using /opt/ppmac/usrflash/Project/Configuration/pp_custom_save.cfg

 

The fsave command appears to have succeeded one time placing data in project folder Configuration\pp_custom_save.cfg which contains this information:

 

P89=58

P2161=0

P3005=3000

P3006=3000

P3007=2000

P3028=0.00400000019000000019

P3029=1

P3030=1.625

P3031=2.03999996185302734

P3032=-0.00999999977599999937

P3033=1.89600002769999998

P3034=0.620000004799999949

P3035=0.0790000036399999966

P3036=0.03125

P3037=0.0869600027800000036

.

.

.

and so on with all variables assigned from my pp_custom_save.tpl which is populated with this:

 

P89

P2161

P3005..3007

P3028..3040

P3501..3503

P3511..3513

P4126

P4156

P4161

P4162

P4501..4524

M2502

M702

I126

I226

I326

 

It appears as if the "fsave" worked once with this time stamp on the file

1/19/2017 3:26PM

 

then locked the file

`/opt/ppmac/usrflash/Project/Configuration/pp_custom_save.cfg': Read-only file

 

How can I resolve this?

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