October 20, 2008
about 5 years ago
- connect D0 to pin 5-yellow of a TTL-232R USB cable and use ‘screen /dev/ttyUSB0’ (or similar) to see output (you can also use the 5V provided by pin 3-red)
- no pull-up needed on D0
- pins required some bending and shoving to get it to fit in a breadboard - use the breakout board and headers
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about 6 years ago
Have you guys looked at TAPR Open Hardware License? It seems like it may be overkill, but is much more suited than the CC license (which is great for a lot of things, just not so much for hardware, as has been pointed out).
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