mindrobots wrote: »
The UBER is still on the front page graphic when you enter the web site!!Attachment not found.
LinuxBadge wrote: »
Has any one got simpleide to talk to the badge? What are the settings you used?
whopis wrote: »
OK - sorry for the delay.
I was a bit scared to log into the parallax forums from the unsecured defcon network since they don't use https.... but a VPN to another machine is serving its purpose well.
Here is what I have: Look at the README.txt file - it should go through the basics. Sorry things are not more user friendly but it gets the job done.
I included the virginbadge.eeprom so you can unbrick your badge.
I would greatly appreciate any help with the crypto stuff.... email@example.com
Faithplus1 wrote: »
Thanks for the write up and badge files. I was curious if others have had this issue.
I updated the led to the eeprom and now the dcXX standard boot screen (who you have talked to etc) is no longer working. I'm guessing I just need to send the right basic file for the functionality back. I tried the virgin code you included but no dice.
I was also curious how to download all files from eeprom to my computer. I was thinking I could use a buddies badge to then fully overwrite my badge. Maybe that's not the right way to go about fixing?
yakpimp wrote: »
I told some people I would post this in a forum so they could use it.
David Betz wrote: »
Now that the conference is over will these badges be available for sale? I'm wondering how we can support badge owners who want to use Propeller GCC if we are unable to get badges for testing. I guess Steve probably has one but are more available?
kahuwi1 wrote: »
Where can we locate the ps2 and vga component connectors now that defcon is over?
TheDoubleD wrote: »
Has anyone got the badge to talk to a Mac OS X based system. I have Simple IDE installed no problem but the serial port drop down is empty.
slipjack wrote: »
What type of display is shown in the pictures that you've got hooked up to the badge and where can you get them?
Awesome work on the badge BTW - great stuff.
chudel wrote: »
Hi - this was totally awesome! I have soldered my connectors and my question is - will there be any VGA display without loading the VGA software into the badge? Or should I expect the display to be blank until the software is loaded? Just want to test one thing at a time. I think I am hooked, and for an old software guy, this is pretty cool!
tim1986 wrote: »
This was talked about on TWiT(This Week in Tech) this Sunday. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IJLJp9A_ME&t=6m51s Just thought it was cool.