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    but jack, were'nt we supposed to received injection-molded cases, and not just weak laser-cut layers ? I thought I had seen this during the kickstarter campaign..
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    Hello Jack I also received my DUO case, but one of the layer is also broken :-( I'm also quite disappointed..
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    Bitcoin Mining on the Papilio One 500k

    Arf I got it. The problem seems to be due to the BTC mining pool having removed the "getwork protocol" support : from mining.bitcoin.cz: 08.07.2013 Getwork protocol support ended. Please be sure your miners support Stratum protocol. You can still use your old getwork miners with Stratum proxy installed on your mining rig. => the solution is to use their "stratum proxy" : http://mining.bitcoin.cz/mining-proxy-howto => there, the papilio seems to do some work.. (but I should maybe try to make the 7seg work to get some debug/stats..) especially I'd like to get an idea of papilio 500k MH/s figures.. (apparently my laptop GPU gives 3.7 MH/s) thanks for your great work Jack ;-) (no I don't plan to get rich with my 500k, was just to play a bit with BTC mining..)
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    Bitcoin Mining on the Papilio One 500k

    Hi Jack, I also gave a try to your xilinx-serial-miner papilio 500k port, thanks for your work ! But as haxtormoogle, I also face the "RPC getwork error", which would mean the PC and/or papilio is not able to get some work to do, which would mean no actual BTC mining occurs ? thanks for your help..
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    Using an updated Arduino IDE

    I too was able to succesfully test the blink sketch Thanks jack ! However i didnt test building my own custom as zwabbit, nor Could i build and test mozzi I will be busy these days as i wait for my second baby born So maybe someone can beat me to it Thanks again jack
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    Using an updated Arduino IDE

    Well, at least for the Mozzi library I mentioned about, the ide 1.0 or later is needed to build it I tried compiling mozzi lib with arduino 0018, and the build fails with errors..
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    Using an updated Arduino IDE

    Excellent ! I second the request from zwabbit : an updated version of the arduino IDE for papilio would be very welcome ! I just had the need yesterday, to test the excellent Mozzi sound synthesis package : http://sensorium.github.com/Mozzi/ Alas, the sketch only builds with arduino IDE >= 1.0... :-( It would rock to play some Mozzi sounds right on the papilio (I have a Papilio One 500k in my case)