|Re: The WP 34s - Where to get it and how to do it?!?|
Message #18 Posted by JustinM on 15 July 2011, 12:04 a.m.,
in response to message #16 by George Bailey (Bedford Falls)
Bruce meant that it's on the first page of the WP34s section in the HP calculator wiki (wiki4hp.com), not the museum.
Bruce, I like your guide. I was thinking about writing something similar after doing a fair amount of research to figure out where the cable and ARM software came from. A few additions/suggestions:
After I flashed my 30b, the first thing I wanted to do was adjust the contrast down. You do that by holding ON/CE (on a bare 30b) and using the '-' and '+' keys. The second thing I wanted to do was display the version (the Pauli, Walter) screen that you see in everyone's photos. On a bare 30b, you do RCL-blue shift-3-Input. You might add these instructions to section 6.
There appears to be a typo in section 5. The board should be "at91sam7l128-ek", not "at91sam71128-ek". Note that it's a lowercase "L" after the seven, not the number "one".
You might make a note that Eric's overlays are not yet available again, and update the wiki if/when he starts a new run. There is a paper-printable overlay provided in the WP34s zip file that can work in the meantime though.
Edited: 15 July 2011, 12:16 a.m.