I received a batch of ESP32 Cam modules recently and wanted to test them out. I had a spare ESP-01 UART-adaptor laying around and tried to flash some stuff on to the ESP with the ArduinoIDE.
But after unplugging the UART-adaptor my Hackintosh crashed.
After rebooting I noticed that my keyboard...
Once, I tried to find a solution to make hackintosh power button works, but nothing has gained. The suggestion that long press result as no response in my computer, and even force shutdown computer suddenly.
I immediately get the idea, that work out with hardware solution. After few weeks on...
NO NOT YOU !! The fan's of ofcourse :P
Please STFU (Shut The FANS Up) :lol:
Hi all ... I'm back ... and almost finished with my new project ...
I made my mind up to control the fans with a micro controller and a I2C line for the sensors.
I discovered the micro controller a few weeks ago...
I've made a new apple chime PCB
I use an Arduino ISD 1820. From Dealextreame:
The chime plays when power is on.
I short the play button.
I use the original speaker of the G5.
I finished my G5 Mod Recently and it turned out very well.
However I was frustrated by the following parts:
Front Panel Harness: Firewire dosen't work after 3 re-do's!
no way to interface those internal temp sensors
FANS: AAGGGHH! i am disappointed by the lack of thought of some people who...
Just like the title says. Running a Arduino Leonardo board. Resetting or unplugging the board causes a kernel panic every time. Has anyone else encountered this? Is there a fix to allow for arduino development?