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* configure ftdi_eeprom to use your serial id:
 
* configure ftdi_eeprom to use your serial id:
 
  sed -i "s/^serial=.*/serial=\"A9VQ459E\"/" example.conf  
 
  sed -i "s/^serial=.*/serial=\"A9VQ459E\"/" example.conf  
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* read your chip's eeprom:
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ftdi_eeprom --read-eeprom example.conf
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* find the file name where the eeprom is stored in:
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ls -ltr
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[...]
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-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  128 Dec 15 12:59 eeprom.new
  
 
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Revision as of 12:59, 15 December 2012

Ok for programming electronics I got myself an ftdi chip. I want to be able to invert the TX/RX/... signals so I can get some experiments working that I have on a paper. There is a good overview what the bytes in the EEPROM mean. I can read its EEPROM by working through this tutorial.

reprogram it

To reprogram the EEPROM of the ftdi, use the software ftdi_eeprom.

  • download the software
wget http://www.intra2net.com/en/developer/libftdi/download/ftdi_eeprom-0.3.tar.gz
  • unpack it
tar xvzf ftdi_eeprom-0.3.tar.gz
cd ftdi_eeprom-0.3
  • build it
./configure && make -j4 && make install
  • find out your ftdi's serial ID:
hwinfo --usb
[...]
Serial ID: "A7006Ys2"
[...]
  • configure ftdi_eeprom to use your serial id:
sed -i "s/^serial=.*/serial=\"A9VQ459E\"/" example.conf 
  • read your chip's eeprom:
ftdi_eeprom --read-eeprom example.conf 
  • find the file name where the eeprom is stored in:
ls -ltr
[...]
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root   128 Dec 15 12:59 eeprom.new