Svalebror

Member Since: May 30, 2008

Country: Norway

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Spoken Languages

English, Norwegian

Programming Languages

Ruby, C, C++

  • Product DEV-09802 | about 4 years ago

    I have tried with 2gb cards from SanDisk and Kingston and I have tried to format them with a variety of cameras, audio-recorders and disk utilities. In every instance I have verified that the card is indeed FAT16-formatted. I have even tried to partition the card so that the first partition is <64mb.
    I also know that the cards supports SPI as the file I try to create was at one point created, but it was empty and the card deemed corrupt by my card reader.
    I would be curious to know what cards if any people have gotten this shield to work with.

  • Product DEV-09802 | about 4 years ago

    As much as I respect and admire Sparkfun, I have to say this product just plain sucks. I can’t get it to work with any microSD card and I think the “out of spec”-choice should have been clearly communicated in the product description.
    At least tell us which microSD cards this is supposed to work with.

  • News - Free Day Recap | about 4 years ago

    I love you, Sparkfun. I didn’t get free stuff, but placed my order anyway a little later in the day. Now I wish you had a progress bar for the backlog. How far behind are you, and when do you expect to catch up?

  • Product LCD-08884 | about 4 years ago

    I cobbled together this simple api to talk to the display in C:
    http://pastie.org/768576
    you’ll have to implement serialWrite yourself :-)
    It is true the firmware of the serial backpack is badly implemented and riddled with bugs, but I still find it useful and it’s open source so someone could easily fix it.

  • Product WRL-00158 | about 5 years ago

    Perfectly simple and painless. Had it up and running in minutes.

  • Product ROB-08368 | about 5 years ago

    Ah, that was incredibly painless. Thank you Brian Schmalz and Sparkfun.

  • Product COM-00759 | about 5 years ago

    The LED Matrix I recieved uses an Atmega 168 while the sample code seems to be written for Atmega 8 with an old version of the gcc-toolchain. I updated the self-control firmware example like thus:
    http://pastie.org/321922

No public wish lists :(