Trying to verify code for the first time for the Photon, and just building the LED app to confirm buildchain.
Tried first on Windows Chrome and Firefox, both return the error: “404 Error. Please try again later. If the issue persists, please report to email@example.com”
I’ve logged out, logged in again, cleared cache with the “Clear Cache” button, logged out and in again, etc.
Moved over to my xubuntu machine, same problem under Chrome and Iceweasel.
We exchange some data with a couple aws machines (it’s ssl’d, TLS1.2, haven’t tried decoding it), then we resolve app.getsentry, api.segment, api-iam.intercom.io, we get the client hello for TLS, we exchange some data with segment.io (gotta get that customer tracking in there even if all else fails!), intercom, getsentry, more encrypted Hellos, we exchange some certificates, an encrypted alert, then we blow-up.
Then tried using the CLI under Windows 7 Pro 64, but the squirrel goes off the installation rails with:
"at Squirrel.Update.Program.main(String args)
(Inner Exception #0) System.IO.PathTooLongException: The specified path, file name, or both are too long. The fully qualified file name must be less than 260 characters, and the directory name must be less than 248 characters.", runs out the door and gets away without finishing the install.
The Photon works just fine with Tinker on Android, I can query the pins and get expected sensor values. I can see the Photon fine and online (with Tinker firmware) on the interface, it’s reporting up and happy.
I reset and reflashed anyway. Same results.
I started off pretty impressed - but this hangup for even getting a “hello world” firmware pushed to the device has definitely put a damper on things! Any advice greatly appreciated! This has been ongoing since at least 0900 PDT.
TIA for advice!