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I'm trying to load the firmware from the dist directory to my micro:bit but this keeps failing.
Off course I'm in maintenance mode and i have switched back and forth between the original firmware versions 0250 en 0253.
This is the .hex file I'm loading:
Size: 470092 bytes (459 KiB)
after dropping it on the storage the micro:bit resets and restarts in maintenance mode.
At this point I see the FAIL.TXT on the storage with the following content:
The hex file you dropped isn't compatible with this mode or device. Are you in MAINTENANCE mode? See HELP FAQ.HTM
My micro:bit has version v1.3 B on the print.
Any advice would be appreciated.
@virtualabs I'm trying to load your bltejack firmware on my micro:bit but it keeps giving me a FAIL.TXT telling me the .hex isn't compatible. Have any suggestions?
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On the Raspberry pi install the dnss package
apt install dnss
Edit the settings to make it listsn on port 5053, normally it listens on 53
# Sockets for dnss.
# This lets dnss run unprivileged.
# We typically want one UDP and one TCP socket.
And restart the service, because the pi-hole is running starting probably failed right after installation, port 53 is in use
systemctl restart dnss.socket
In the Pi-hole admin web interface under settings find the tab DNS and adjust the upstream DNS Server to the dnss installation
And we're good to go. dnss uses by default dns.google.com.
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Lots of kudo's for the expertise on this from @SandboxEscaper, but like it more if she would disclose this responsible 🤔