What has been release in this thread is the patched 1.1 working with backup manger.
I will need to figure out what leds to turn on in the source and then recompile it.
It will be trial and error if you want to test it I'll compile a few of them because I don't have an olimex.
As I have stated though its pointless to enable them because you will know within 15 seconds if the exploit worked or not.
For me alone you haven't to to this (olimex is hidden behind the tv), if any one else needs the led working Ill help testing as soon my ps3 finished the backup.
With olimex file 1.1 the led is not working. I have checked and tested.
ummm thats cuz one hasn't been released with a led fix yet
to fix the led problem with olimex at90usb162
go to \psgroove\lufa-lib\trunk\LUFA\Drivers\Board\TEENSY
open leds.h and edit:
/* Public Interface - May be used in end-application: */
/* Macros: */
/** LED mask for the first LED on the board. */
#define LEDS_LED1 (1 << 6)
/** LED mask for all the LEDs on the board. */
#define LEDS_ALL_LEDS (1 << 6)
replace the 6 by 4 and the red led will go on if the jailbreak worked.
of course the makefile should look like this:
MCU = at90usb162
BOARD = TEENSY
F_CPU = 8000000
Now is the time to start seeing proper memory dumps and studying them. For that of course a program needs to be written and compiled. Seeing FTP server being released I think it should not be a problem to share a source code as well as binary. Anyone?