@jydog Glad that you got it running.
@lukasmaximus Regarding your comments about the Raspberry Pi - regarding the rate that the new model 4 Raspberry Pi's are selling, any platform like M5Stack that ignores Raspbian is taking chances of being irrelevant to a large new user base!
How come you are all so Mac/Win-centric? The local Apple specialist here in my district in Berlin last year morphed into a 1 Euro shop, and now does more business! My Raspberry Pi reseller here in Berlin tells me that within less than an hour of a new shipment of Pi 4's coming in, they're all gone.
When M5Stack claims to be open source, where's your source code so that folks can build for ARM systems? The M5Stack software seems to me to be 64-bit, although there's no warning on the tin about this. As I understand, the Raspi is not quite into the 64-bit system Linux club, but it's heading in that direction.
Yes, I can use the Arduino IDE, but then, what's the point of using M5Stack rather than my existing ESP32 development board from NodeMCU which costs only 8.50 Euros, while a M5Stack Fire just cost me over 64 Euros here in Berlin from M5Stack's German partner Conrad?
I'm sorry, but I don't see any sense in your arguments - the esp toolchain is for me confusing and overcomplicated. I can use Arduino IDE on a NodeMCU board without needing M5Stack.