February 4, at 8: June 30, at 5: The link light on the SPI adapter itself works fine. When it arrived I did a classic geek thing. January 15, at 8: December 2, at 8: I am planning to power the hubs and zeros separately, and just use them for the comms portion.
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A project has been lauched on Kickstarter that uses this Ethernet ehc28j60 to add ethernet to Raspberry PI zero: It seems a bit short-sighted for the miscap board to assume a particular ENC28J60 header pinout: The use of baseball bats for educational purposes is completely disallowed on this forum.
July 11, at 8: Fortunately, eenc28j60 the meantime, a device-tree driver has been produced for this chip, which means there is no need to compile anything, mess about with the kernel or even do very much at all.
Now I also have a free USB port. December 13, at 3: I dont know about the ethernet address but I set a static IP address for my zeroPi linuz Jessie as follows.
January 24, at 4: I had to use a USB Nic to do the update I did sudo apt-get upgrade, sudo apt-get update, enc28m60 sudo rpi-update and the little board works like a charm. All wired up and ready to go. No matter how I try to run it, it always fails.
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I have visions of taking my very capable USB flatbed scanner and doing the same. December 8, at 3: After a bunch of debugging, I found that if I waited some amount of time during board initialization, that I could get the link to come up. January 13, at 7: Also trust your common-sense. I’ve customized the ENC28J60’s driver to do a bunch of additional printk while I’ve been searching for the root of the ejc28j60.