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    Same issue for Mouse.h. Removing Mouse.h and...

    Same issue for Mouse.h. Removing Mouse.h and Keyboard.h allows the KeyboardAndMouseControl sketch to compile and run.



    Arduino: 1.8.12 (Linux), TD: 1.52-beta3, Board: "Teensy 4.1, Serial +...
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    Looks like keyboard emulation isn't there yet....

    Looks like keyboard emulation isn't there yet. Here's the example from https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_keyboard.html



    #include "Keyboard.h"


    int count = 0;
    void setup() { } // no setup...
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    I'm going to try to compile the examples in menu...

    I'm going to try to compile the examples in menu order starting from the top. I've made it through 01.Basic and 02.Digital so far with no issues other than spurious "An error occurred while uploading...
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    The Generate_Password example doesn't compile for...

    The Generate_Password example doesn't compile for the T4.1 beta doesn't compile.



    Arduino: 1.8.12 (Linux), TD: 1.52-beta3, Board: "Teensy 4.1, Serial, 600 MHz, Faster, US English"

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    An error occurred while uploading the sketch

    I've never been able to observe a pattern that explains when the program button needs to be pushed and when it doesn't.

    Just tried switching from my little Hello program to the FastLED demo...
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    Just got my T4.1 beta! It blinked as expected...

    Just got my T4.1 beta! It blinked as expected when I plugged it in to a USB port of my AMD A10-7800 radeon r7 running Ubuntu 19.10.

    My first upload attempt failed because I forgot to change the...
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    MCU trends

    Interesting article on trends and trade-offs in MCU design: https://semiengineering.com/the-mcu-dilemma/
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    The TimeAlarm library appears to work. I ran the...

    The TimeAlarm library appears to work. I ran the TimeAlarmExample.pde from Paul's github repo. Here's the output:

    14:23:02.018 -> 8:29:0014:23:02.952 -> 8:29:01
    14:23:03.944 -> 2 second timer...
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    @defragster, thank you. The time appears to be...

    @defragster, thank you.

    The time appears to be set reasonably by the TeensyLoader. I modified the example to report the time during setup. The example does not recognize that the Teensy is...
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    The Time library used in the TimeSerial example...

    The Time library used in the TimeSerial example documented in https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_Time.html works.

    To set the time, I needed to use /dev/ttyACM1 because I had a Teensy LC at...
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    The Metro library appears to work, but the...

    The Metro library appears to work, but the example at https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_Metro.html uses the obsolete BYTE constant and fails to compile for this reason. I'm not sure if the timing...
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    KeyPad library appears to work. Very lightly...

    KeyPad library appears to work. Very lightly tested. Used the example from https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_Keypad.html
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    The EEPROM library appears to work. I tried...

    The EEPROM library appears to work. I tried EEPROM.wriite() and EEPROM.read(). Looks like 1024 bytes as of 1.47-beta4.
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    The CryptoAccel library does not appear to be...

    The CryptoAccel library does not appear to be working.

    Tried manitou's code from Teensy 3.6 testing in post...
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    Hi firehopper, I just got my T4 Beta 2...

    Hi firehopper,

    I just got my T4 Beta 2 hardware today and installed 1.47-beta4. Tried compiling my Fast LED sketch for an APA102 strip. Where is the patch you mentioned?


    When I try to build...
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    If you're up for it, I think you can make it more...

    If you're up for it, I think you can make it more convenient and more secure. What you described doesn't protect against replay attacks. Imagine the attacker uses a Bus Pirate or USB protocol...
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    Should be possible. You control the software at...

    Should be possible. You control the software at both ends. The Teensy has persistent memory to store keys and licence parameters. The Teensy can run authentication algorithms and other crypto...
  18. In another thread, someone was asking about a...

    In another thread, someone was asking about a circuit activated by a vibration sensor but kept energized for the duration of a timer.

    I wonder if it would make sense to only power the teensy after...
  19. Since you mentioned a 555, it's pretty easy to...

    Since you mentioned a 555, it's pretty easy to add some resistors and capacitors to make a timer. Check out monostable mode.

    http://www.555-timer-circuits.com/operating-modes.html

    You can also...
  20. Very cool! Thanks for sharing this. This would be...

    Very cool! Thanks for sharing this. This would be great for the PJRC projects page.
  21. Here's what the verbose info from the Loader...

    Here's what the verbose info from the Loader says:

    18:39:24.365 (ports 2): Begin, version=1.46-beta1018:39:24.965 (ports 2): add device: subsys=usb, type=usb_device,...
  22. Here's an example of how the Teensy Loader...

    Here's an example of how the Teensy Loader application looks on Raspberry Pi W over VNC on Beta 10 and the previous release:

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    It redraws reasonably quickly after I press the program button...
  23. Please post the complete sketch. Otherwise, we're...

    Please post the complete sketch. Otherwise, we're guessing.
  24. Kurt, I needed to install many packages to make...

    Kurt, I needed to install many packages to make vncserver work.

    Agreed that this platform is too slow to use for a desktop. My aim here is to help troubleshoot the bugs. Eventually, the RPi may...
  25. By came up blank, I mean the window appeared, but...

    By came up blank, I mean the window appeared, but it was all white. I'll post pictures later. Looks like the window isn't drawing for some of the exposure events. Pressing the program button on the...
  26. Installed...

    Installed https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_145/TeensyduinoInstall.linuxarm as the pi user because I installed Arduino 1.8.8 as the pi user
    Verified the HelloSerialMonitor example sketch
    Note: verbose...
  27. Was able to recreate the F_CPU error with a...

    Was able to recreate the F_CPU error with a Teensy 3.2 plugged in and after invoking Get Board Info. The key was to run it again from a new user account. So there's definitely an initial state bug of...
  28. The F_CPU issue appears to be a first-time thing....

    The F_CPU issue appears to be a first-time thing. I haven't been able to recreate it since plugging in a Teensy. To recap, I think there's an issue trying to build Teensy firmware without a Teensy...
  29. Success, though somewhat rough. Thanks for...

    Success, though somewhat rough. Thanks for responding, Defragster.

    The boards.txt is unmodified from the installation. See attached.

    Attaching a Teensy 3.0 allows me to get farther. Tools > Get...
  30. Verbose compiler messages: Arduino: 1.8.8...

    Verbose compiler messages:

    Arduino: 1.8.8 (Linux), TD: 1.45, Board: "Teensy 3.2 / 3.1, Serial"

    /home/pi/arduino-1.8.8/arduino-builder -dump-prefs -logger=machine -hardware...
  31. Using a Raspberry Pi Zero W to program a Teensy 3.1/3.2

    I have a couple of lighting installations that are physically inconvenient to update. I never did manage to port the Teensy CLI loader to OpenWrt Linux for the host commanding the Teensy. Figured...
  32. Good for you for solving it and reporting back!...

    Good for you for solving it and reporting back! Looking forward to pictures or videos. :-)
  33. Have you calculated the current draw of the LED...

    Have you calculated the current draw of the LED strip? 120 RGB LEDs can draw quite a lot more than the typical 5v phone charger supplies.
  34. The FastLED library is good. There are many demos...

    The FastLED library is good. There are many demos that generate patterns and the library is very well supported. Whether you decide to replay predefined patterns, reuse existing demo coffee, or write...
  35. "well nigh impossible to manipulate" How...

    "well nigh impossible to manipulate"

    How sophisticated is the adversary? Can they manipulate voltage and temperature? Can they use standard failure analysis tool used by chip makers?
  36. Hardware random number generators are...

    Hardware random number generators are surprisingly difficult. The testing is necessarily statistical. Proving that your noise source isn't susceptible to bias from other activity in the chip and in...
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    I've seen spikes like this. I'd suggest...

    I've seen spikes like this.

    I'd suggest explicitly clamping the range and discarding any values that are outrageously large. Also, median filtering is very useful for smoothing out the signal.
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    Sounds good! Would DMA be useful?

    Sounds good! Would DMA be useful?
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    Seems like a good idea. It's not like there are...

    Seems like a good idea. It's not like there are security issues. Someone can continue to use an old version if they need to. It's not bad to give customers who are mostly hobbyists a little push to...
  40. I'd try running it under strace. Might give a...

    I'd try running it under strace. Might give a clue about where it's dying.
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    A second Teensy would allow you to avoid...

    A second Teensy would allow you to avoid 'impossible' programming. Just plug in the one you want to use.
  42. I don't see you setting the input more of any of...

    I don't see you setting the input more of any of the pins. You might need to configure the inputs to use pull down resistors so they don't float and give occasional wrong values.
  43. The big selling point for RISC-V is that it's...

    The big selling point for RISC-V is that it's open source. If the PJRC variant were not entirely open, that would make it less interesting.

    The world would be a safer place if there were more...
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    Probably the easiest way is to combine them and...

    Probably the easiest way is to combine them and add a new definition for the setup function that runs one or the other based on your choice.
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    Yup. Our layout guy recreated the layout (but...

    Yup. Our layout guy recreated the layout (but with smaller pin headers) so that if the on board Teensy recreation didn't work, others could still get work done by soldering a real Teensy 3.2 to the...
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    I used to work for a company that reflowed Teensy...

    I used to work for a company that reflowed Teensy 3.2 boards onto their custom PCBs. They were able to make it work but with caveats:



    Typical PCB manufacturers will not guarantee this to work...
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    Welcome, Eric! Here's a simple project that...

    Welcome, Eric!

    Here's a simple project that lights up some LEDs.

    Somethings to note: LEDs can easily draw more current than a Teensy can safely supply. It's up to you to make an appropriate...
  48. I'm rooting for you, Dustin. The troubles you're...

    I'm rooting for you, Dustin. The troubles you're encountering sound familiar. If I had solved them, I would have posted.
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    Try searching for LED Lighting Drivers at your...

    Try searching for LED Lighting Drivers at your favorite electronics distributor's website. Mouser has thousands of choices in this category.
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    As you've discovered, the sun is very bright. One...

    As you've discovered, the sun is very bright. One car battery won't supply enough current to light your display for long at levels required to compete with direct sunlight.

    You might want to look...
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