Various sources / information on my keyboard situation
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README.md

Keyboards

Various sources and information on how KemoNine has setup their keyboards and macro pads.

Organization

  • The firmware folder has pre-compiled firmware as well as screen shots of the board layout
  • The mdloader folder has a copy of the mdloader 1.0.3 release that's been patched to work with more keyboard chip ids than massdrop provides
  • The keyboards folder has KemoNine's keyboard/macro pad setups

Source Tweaks

  • The qmk sources have KemoNine's massdrop alt configuration/keymap
  • The mdloader code has had the following chip id's added so others don't have to add them
    • 0x60060006
    • 0x60060305
    • 0x60060306
    • 0x60060005

Building mdloader on Windows

  1. Install Chocolatey
  2. Install build tools via Administrator Powershell window: choco install make mingw gnuwin32-coreutils.portable
    • make : for the Makefile included with mdloader
    • mingw : for gcc, the compiler used to build mdloader binaries
    • gnuwin32-coreutils.portable : for rm, used by the Makefile included with mdloader

Using mdloader

To work with this repo's fork of mdloader, build and run the mdloader tool with --list. I have patched the code to show all of the chip ids for boards found. Once you have the chip id, edit mdloader_common.c and change the chip id as necessary. Rebuild the tool and run per the standard documentation.

Licensing

Unless otherwise stated all source code is licensed under the Apache 2 License.

Unless otherwise stated the non source code contents of this repository are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License