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it's really hard to see but the pin one indicator on the diode network is the dot. It needs to point to the same pin as the dot on the pcb
I just started from scratch. Installed just fine once I had enough space for it.
found some more information about the board here : https://organicmonkeymotion.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/altera-cpld-learning-board1.pdf
Has anyone gotten the Quartus Prime "lite" software running on linux yet? I started downloading in on Ubuntu running in an VM, but had to abort the download when I realized that the 12GB(!) file wasn't going to fit in my 8GB vm.
yeah that's what I thought. I don't _think_ I shorted anything in the process but I might have. I'm not too worried about it though - I can still power this mini from usb, and I have several other mini's I can use with battery power.
so, trying to do steps 8-9, I had the transmitting arduino running off a 9 volt battery, and the receiving arduino powered by computer. I was getting annoyed by the sound coming from the pizo speaker so I unplugged it (while everything was running). The light on the arduino went out and I thought I smelled a whif of magic smoke. Now my arduino will only run off computer power. Does that mean I fried the regulator? Does anyone know if it's worth trying to fix it?
or perhaps it was an Id10T error - I think I hooked it up wrong. Working now.
My meter reads 0 ohms from the VCC pin to any of the GND pins
My pro mini has a power to ground short. Unfortunately I didn't test for this before I soldered the pins on, so I can't be positive that I didn't cause it, but I sure can't see any bridging anywhere on the board. I even cleaned the board with flux wash and inspected under a magnifying glass.
Great idea - I might do something similar. I'm gonna add the VU meter though so it will look straight out of the 80's
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