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ESP Easy: flash the firmware with esptool.py on ESP8266 (GitHub)


christophe
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ESP Easy is very easy to flash on Windows using the installation utility contained in the project repository. If you are a Linux user (PC, Raspberry Pi, Orange PI ...) or macOS, it will be necessary to use esptool.py already presented in this tutorial. In this tutorial, we will install on firmware on a Wemos…

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 Juan Perez
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hi, managed to flash with mac, but the ESP_0 ssid is asking for a password?

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Hi Juan. By default, the password is configesp.

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 Mike
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After my Win 7 laptop HD failed I been running Linux Mint via a live USB session but cannot get past launching python.

pip install esptool generates an Invalid syntax error.

entering: python -m pip install esptool generates a no module named pip

entering: python -m pip2 install esptool generates a no module named pip2

As this is my first foray into Linux I am probably making a stupid mistake but some underlying steps may be missing for Windows nuts like me.

I had successfully flashed 12 sonoffs with Tasmota and the 13th one failed just as my HD failed. I have this one sonoff and a Sonoff TH10 remaining to flash so any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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