I recently got my packet of 50 RGB LEDs, and free 50 current-limiting resistors to go along with it, direct from China.
Here's a better shot of the MSNTV2.
Note: I added an old heatsink to the Northbridge, as it tends to run warm.
I bought 3 nice, new, and almost shiny CueCats in a package deal from eBay.
As far as a tutorial for hacking CueCats, here goes.
Here's my pocket gerb, Smokey, making his appearance for the camera. He loves snuggling in my pocket, with no real purpose besides being comfy.
Well, it's 3AM, but I got my first MSNTV2 server running using linux kernel 220.127.116.11, so here's a writeup on how it's done.
This is provided with no guarantee of accuracy or completeness
This tutorial assumes the following:
Here are our two new little boys.
If anyone's interested in the genetics, according to the Gerbil Color Palette:
The grey one is a Lilac (aa CC E- G- pp) named Smokey. He likes to bite fingers.
Built with the PC Starter Kit ("LCD Kit 04") from the good folks at 411 Technology Systems, it is mounted in a computer case spacer to be mounted in a computer.
This photo shows you the location of the solder points for the antenna. The "tip", or center of the antenna wire, is a little longer than the braided shield, and is soldered to the point marked "Tip". The shield is just soldered together onto the portion marked "Shield".
This is my new, snazzy Commodore 64 Direct-to-TV 30-in-1-games joystick. I ran it, played some games, now it's time to hack it up!