It turned out, thanks for the help!Yes sever/cut that trace correct..
which file exactly? this?I found the problem:
If you download just the raw file from github it does work.
Sometimes one should just take a look into the files one downloads...
Sorry for bothering you all.
The bold part is not entirely correct.I'm not sure what you're reading, but those installation packages haven't existed for a very long time.
The automatic installers in Solex will not work, since they will detect the stock cube and prohibit the installation. You will need to install firmware manually. Download it from here: OpenSolo/documentation. Right click the ArduCopter-v3_3.5.4_Solo.px4 file and save as to your PC. Then use WinSCP or whatever to drop it into the /firmware/ directory on the Solo. Reboot and let it install. You may need to reboot again if it doesn't complete after about 5 minutes. That happen on those older cubes sometimes.
After installation is complete and it reconnects, you will need to do a parameter reset and reboot. Level calibration and reboot. Compass calibration and reboot. And set all the various settings to your liking.
Will it be loaded correctly?The bold part is not entirely correct.
If you rightclick on the "file" in the list, you download the whole webpage that shows some code, but you do want the whole code only.
if you left click on the "file" it shows this webpage. There you rightclick on ->RAW<- and save as to your PC. That downloads just the code, as you want it.
This file gets digested by the Solo Companion Board and updates the Pixhawk firmware.