My audiomoth don't connect anymore to my computer (Linux Manjaro Xfce).
I wanted to upgrade to the latest firmware, 1.5. So I launched the flash app, switch the audiomoth to usb mode. It recognized the audiomoth. I downloaded the 1.5. firmware from the app, then tried to flash it. It began the flashing process but after a while I had an error message saying something like it can't open ports...
And now, when I retry, it can't even detect the audiomoth. I, of course, followed the "additional linux installation notes" before doing all this, except for "sudo usermod -a -G dialout MY_USER_NAME" which returned: "usermod: group 'dialout' does not exist".
Thank you for any help.
It’s very annoying that Linux doesn’t make write access to serial devices default. It’s a strange restriction.
Hum, solved. I realized that the command "sudo usermod -a -G dialout MY_USER_NAME" didn't return anything. So I did "groupadd dialout" then "gpasswd -a [user] dialout", then reboot. I can now successfully flash firmware.